Moser Baer introduces India’s first range of fragrant discs ‘Expressions’- a unique gift for the loved ones on the occasion of fast approaching Valentine Day.
In this digital age, expressing your feelings on a greeting card is a passé! Discerning consumers on a look out for better, smarter and elegant communication means to wish their loved ones on this Valentine Day, would surely find Moser Baer’s latest offering- the Expressions Discs, befitting.
Sprinkled with apple-green and rose fragrance, these DVDRs are first-of-its-kind gifts in the Indian digital space. With 4.7 GB, one has immense space, freedom and flexibility to capture a personalised repertoire of videos, songs and photos for the loved ones. This obviously gives an edge over ordinary greeting cards or e-cards.
The scented disc full of memories adds to the value of the feelings with which it has been given. It truly makes the recipient feel special. The attractive covers add further elegance to the product, giving a nice and proper fit to the disc and a dapper look to the whole package.
ASUS today launched the DRW-24B5ST, the first DVD writer bundled with two of the top disc burning solutions around. With ASUS-exclusive E-Green and OTS technology, this disc drive consumes less energy and increases the burning rate by auto-detecting the type of disc before adjusting its power requirements to suit the task at hand. The E-Hammer and Disc Encryption II features give the users the most secure methods of data protection. The DRW-24B5ST is the one drive for users who are looking for additional data protection, energy efficiency and faster burning rates.
The ASUS DRW-24B5ST is the first optical disc drive to come bundled with not one, but two top branded burning software solutions: Nero Essentials 10 and Cyberlink Power2Go 7. Nero Essentials 10 is one of the world’s most popular CD/DVD recording software available in the market and in addition to the basic functions; it also comes with three special features. Discspeed utility and Infotool utility allows users to test the performance of the drive while Gracenote, is an advanced music recognition technology which automatically offers users up–to-date album and track information with each ripping of a music CD. Power2Go 7 software suite is a complete burning tool that provides users the extra credibility in file protection and encryption of data. With two of the top software solutions bundled together, the DRW-24B5ST is the only DVD writer that offers choice when choosing the most appropriate burning solution.
Pioneer Japan sent out a press release earlier this week, announcing the its new BDXL compatible Blu-ray Disc writer, the BDR-S07J. Along with the ability to playback BDXL discs, the drive can write to triple- (100GB) and quad-layer (128GB) BD-R media at 6x and triple-layer (100GB) BD-RE media at 2x. The BDR-S07J is also capable of 12x BD-R, 12x BD-R DL, 6x BD-R LTH, 2x BD-RE and 2x BD-RE DL writing speeds and includes features like Pioneer's PowerRead and PureRead3+ technologies as well as power-saving and silent modes. Pioneer rounds all this out with a software bundle from CyberLink that supports BDXL recording as well as Blu-ray 3D playback. The BDR-S07J also includes DiXiM BD Burner 2011 from DigiOn, which lets you burn video directly from DLNA or UPnP devices on your home network.
The BDR-S07J is scheduled to ship in mid February and is expected to retail for about 25,000 Yen ($326US).
Pioneer Japan sent out a press release this morning, announcing its new professional-grade Blu-ray Disc writer, the BDR-PR1. Designed for businesses, libraries and museums looking to archive important data to Blu-ray Disc, the BDR-PR1 features like a SATA 3 Gb/s interface and is capable of 6x BD-R, 6x BD-R DL, 6x BD-R LTH, 2x BD-RE and 2x BD-RE DL writing speeds. The drive also comes with software which can be used to check the recording quality by measuring the RSER (Random Symbol Error Rate) and the number of Burst Errors. The BDR-PR1 is scheduled to ship at the end of January and, while a price has not been announced, its expected to cost about three times as much as a consumer grade Blu-ray writer ($300-$400).
In support of Pioneer's new Blu-ray Disc writer, Mitsubishi Chemical (MKM) has released its new professional, archival-grade 50GB BD-R DL media. Designed to work with the BDR-PR1, these new discs have a lifetime of more than 50 years when stored at room temperture (25° C) and 80% relative humidity. Contrary to earlier reports, Mitsubishi's archival-grade BD-R DL media has been developed in-house and will continue to be manufactured in the company's own factory.
Plextor, leading developer and manufacturer of high-performance digital media and storage equipment, announces the release of its latest External Slim DVD/CD Writer, PX-612U, with PlexTV at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas today.
PlexTV is a new feature enabling Plextor’s DVD/CD drive to work with televisions, media players, and other USB-enabled devices. The external drive connects directly to the desired display via USB cable and the user is able to access information stored on a CD or DVD without a PC. PlexTV will be available exclusively with the PX-612U during the first quarter of 2012.
Currently, HDTVs are compatible with a wide variety of devices via USB connection, including hard drives, cameras, and flash drives, but they do not support optical disk drives built for computers. PlexTV enables the use of Plextor’s PX-612U drive with these previously unsupported devices by translating signal output to mimic a hard drive.
Plextor, a leading developer and manufacturer of high-performance digital media and storage equipment, announces the release of their new PlexEasy External DVD/CD Burner at 2012 CES in Las Vegas. The PlexEasy is a versatile stand-alone optical storage device with a host of special features.
PlexEasy is a compact 8X DVD/CD Writer with a built-in SD/MMC card reader and a USB connector. It has the ability to connect directly to a wide variety of devices including both mass storage devices and Picture Transfer Protocol (PTP) devices such cameras, smartphones, tablets, and camcorders. And no computer is required.
Now for the first time, users can burn photos directly from a camera (point-and-shoot or DSLR) or smartphone (iOS, Android, Blackberry, etc.) without going near a computer or learning a complicated software package. It's now a three-step process: 1) connect the device, 2) insert a disc, and 3) press a button to burn a backup.
Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., a worldwide leader in digital consumer electronics and information technology, announced today Optical SMART Hub, the SE-208BW optical disc drive (ODD) for backing up and accessing all your media files – pictures, movies, MP3s and data files.
The new Optical SMART Hub can be accessed from your tablet, smartphone, and Smart TV and up to four devices can access simultaneously. The Optical SMART Hub helps extend the storage on devices by acting as a personal cloud. The Optical SMART Hub allows CD and DVD writing function without ever turning on a desktop or notebook. With the addition of a Samsung application, users can enable their smartphone, tablet, and PC access to the Optical Smart Hub. The app for the Samsung smartphones and tablets are available now.
Millenniata today announced it received the Visionary Product Consumer Storage device award during the Storage Visions 2012 conference at the 2012 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) for its M-DISC permanent storage technology that etches data onto a stone like material.
M-DISC is on display today in booth #8 at Storage Visions and in the LG booth #8204 in Central Hall during CES Jan. 10-13.
“We are pleased to be recognized with this award,” said Scott Shumway, Millenniata CEO. “It recognizes the need of permanent storage across many different industries and applications, and is a true testament of the devotion and innovation displayed by our developers, employees, partners and investors.”
Millenniata received the award Sunday during the 11th Annual Storage Visions Conference. The conference features sessions on media and entertainment technology, consumer electronics, computer applications and all aspects of digital storage.
Pioneer Electronics (USA) Inc. today unveiled the BDR-XD04, the world’s smallest and lightest BD/DVD/CD portable burner supporting BDXL currently available. The ultra-compact clamshell type drive can read and write to all BDXL disc formats including BD-R triple-layer 100GB media, BD-R quad-layer 128GB media, and BD-RE triple-layer 100GB media, as well as conventional Blu-ray™ discs (single-layer 25GB media and dual-layer 50GB media). The portable device, measuring only 5.2” (W) X .55” (H) X 5.2” (D) and weighing a mere 8.46 ounces, also features PowerRead, PureRead2+, Auto Quiet mode and the ability to be powered directly via USB.
The BDR-XD04 also includes CyberLink® software, enabling users to watch standard Blu-ray and Blu-ray 3D titles, and author high-definition Blu-ray Disc content or standard-definition DVD content.
“As the popularity of drive-less ultrabooks continues to rise, the BDR-XD04 becomes the ideal accessory because of its compact size and portability,” said Steven Cohn, director of Optical Sales for the Home Electronics Industrial Department at Pioneer Electronics (USA) Inc. “There’s a growing need for a drive that’s highly transportable for playing CDs, DVDs and Blu-ray discs, as well as for storing valuable personal files on a secure, removable medium.”