Blu-Ray Duplicator from Microboards Shipping

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The first Multi-Drive Blu-Ray system with both duplication and recording functionality began shipping today from Microboards Technology, LLC. Called CopyWriter Blu-Ray, the system will be used for recording and duplicating stored multimedia and data content.

The first Multi-Drive Blu-Ray system with both duplication and recording functionality began shipping today from Microboards Technology, LLC. Called CopyWriter Blu-Ray, the system will be used for recording and duplicating stored multimedia and data content.

CopyWriter Blu-Ray systems can be used in a standalone mode for duplication, or can be connected to a PC or Mac via a USB 2.0 connection for accessing one of the Blu-Ray drives.

Besides traditional large data storage applications and video footage archival, Microboards Blu-Ray towers have garnered the interest of a wide range of industries, from video game developers to medical imaging and patient records.

The tower-style system can also record and duplicate DVD-R discs. "CopyWriter Blu-Ray is the most versatile Blu-Ray Recording and Duplication system available today," said John Westrum, vice president of operations and Chief Technology Officer at Microboards Technology.

The solution uses standard BD-R and BD-RE (rewritable) media, which are currently available with capacities of up to 25 GB. “It is amazing to be able to duplicate ten Blu-Ray discs in the time it takes to record one. This is a major time savings for developers of HD content.”

The list price for a ten-recorder system is set at $19,995, and the four-recorder system at $8,995. CopyWriter Blu-Ray records and duplicates at 2x speed, and requires a standard USB 2.0 interface for connection to a computer. It comes backed by Microboards’ industry-leading 2-year warranty.

About Microboards

Microboards ignited the industrial disc duplication revolution in the 1990s with the CopyWriter Tower and continued its tradition of leadership with the first DVD Duplicators and other award-winning products. Today, Microboards continues to lead the industry in innovation with its award-winning automated publishers and industrial disc printers.

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