East Farmingdale, NY (PRWEB) January 11, 2005
MF Digital's newest standalone CD/DVD duplicator has been awarded EMedia magazine's Editor Choice designation in the publication's December issue. The MF Digital Scribe 3702 EC was reviewed by EMedia's Contributing Editor Hugh Bennett.
Introduced in May 2004, the 3702EC is a fully automatic CD/DVD duplication system which meets the need of customers requiring a professional grade standalone supplication solution with an easy photocopier-like interface. MF Digital is a leading manufacturer of CD/DVD duplication, publishing and printing equipment for the professional audio and video, corporate, religious and government markets.
EMedia Magazine's Editor's Choice honor is awarded to innovative and category-leading products. The MF Digital 3702 EC SA is reviewed in the December issue of EMedia, and the article may also be viewed at http://www.emedialive.com
As EMedia's Bennett has said, ÂMF Digital's Scribe EC SA offers valuable standalone and interesting network possibilities and is a flexible, capable, and solid choice when it comes to performing straightforward DVD/CD disc duplication and printing chores.Â
The MF Digital 3702 EC is also a featured product in Microsoft's Window Embedded Device Showcase Program. The MF Digital duplicator is being shown with other embedded platform applications and devices demonstrating unique and effective integration of the embedded platform at Microsoft's headquarters in Redmond, WA in its Customer Experience Center, which is used extensively for press and analyst tours, meetings, conferences, focus groups, product demonstrations and video shoots. In addition, the 3702 EC will be featured in the Device Showcase section of the Microsoft booth at the CES event this week in Las Vegas.
ÂMF Digital's 3702 system exemplifies the kinds of innovative products that Windows Embedded Partner program members are delivering to market,Â said Jane Gilson, group product manager, Mobile and Embedded Devices Division at Microsoft Corp. ÂWith over 10,000 individual feature components, Windows XP Embedded enables device makers like MF Digital to achieve optimum functionality in customized, small footprint devices.Â
MF Digital, based in E. Farmingdale, NY, has been developing duplication solutions for over a decade. The company's extensive line of high quality manual and auto-loading CD-R and DVD-R/+R duplicators are used throughout the A/V, graphic arts and data/enterprise networking industries. MF Digital CD/DVD duplication systems employ Microsoft's Â® Windows XP embedded platform to provide ease of use and scalability.
For more information, visit http://www.mfdigital.com