Friday, November 9th 2007

Verbatim Develops World’s First Color-background LightScribe DVDRs

Verbatim Corporation, the storage media producer known for offering the widest range of premium-quality LightScribe media, recently announced the world’s first Color-background LightScribe 16x DVD-R and DVD+R media. The new 4.7GB LightScribe DVDRs are available in vibrant shades of red, orange, yellow, blue and green in addition to the original gold color. Verbatim has begun shipping them in the US market in 25-packs which include five discs of each color. The richly colored DVDRs are produced using LightScribe Media Version 1.2 coating technology on the label side for enhanced image contrast and faster label printing. Verbatim claims that these new colored LightScribe DVDR discs are label-compatible with all current LightScribe-enabled drives.Source: Verbatim
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11 Comments on Verbatim Develops World’s First Color-background LightScribe DVDRs

#1
Chewy
Good news, I always buy Verbatim Discs... I will deff be checking theese out!
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#2
PVTCaboose1337
Graphical Hacker
Cool... I wonder how the color will come out?
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#3
Chewy
I think it will come out good since Verbatim pwns. I like thier discs, very high quality company.
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#4
oli_ramsay
u reckon u'll need a new DVDRW drive for these?
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#5
Chewy
nope just new sftware that thier releasing (free I think). gtg work!
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#6
FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
by: oli_ramsay
u reckon u'll need a new DVDRW drive for these?
you will need a NEW lightscribe capable DVDRW if thats what you mean, but if u already got 1 then u dont have to worry
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#7
Sasqui
I swear by Vertbatim disks. I wish they had some images of the results - also wonder about the archival quality of the images.
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#8
d44ve
by: PVTCaboose1337
Cool... I wonder how the color will come out?
You are still burning the image in the same color... its just the backround is a differant color.
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#9
OnBoard
Picture of these or is it? Dated 03.09.2005: http://www.heise.de/newsticker/meldung/63559

Weird, wound it by google picture search.

Translation:
"HP has on the new IFA colorful Light Scribe-blanks. Instead bronzefarbene have the new blanks red, yellow, orange, blue and green label."

So HP has done this 2 years ago already, but those must be CDs then. Well colors are propably same, if not identical.
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#10
WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
Fantabulous. Blue for movies, Black for Porn, Red for Games, etc etc etc. I like I LIKE!
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#11
panchoman
Sold my stars!
very cool! verbatim ftw! very nice idea & product :toast::toast::toast:
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