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Death of CD label printers?

The Yamaha CRW-F1 is the first CD-RW drive to incorporate the DiscT@2 Laser Labelling system which can burn text and graphics directly onto the surface of the CD disc, eliminating the need for labels. From the sounds of it, this doozy of a product adds the information after the data is written which will add some time to the burn process, but even so it’s a great idea.

I can never be bothered to print off a CD label afterwards, which often leaves me wondering exactly what is stored on a particular disc. [via]

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  • Just to have a brief idea regarding what exactly is stored in the CD I use the labels so that after years also it can be remembered. This is the easiest way to remember and to organize things effectively, that is what I perceive. Thanks for the post!

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