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Tuesday, April 01, 2008
Xerox Tower Duplicators Available by Vinpower Digital


Vinpower Digital, manufacturer and supplier of digital duplication equipment, entered into an exclusive trademark licensing agreement with Xerox Corporation to develop, market and support a new line of Xerox-branded duplicators.

Available from Octave, the Xerox DVD/CD & Blu-ray Duplicators are manual tower disc duplicators that range from one to 15 writer drives, each of which operates independently of a PC, providing businesses a quick and inexpensive way to make multiple copies of CDs and DVDs. In addition, each of the new models allow users to transfer image files directly from a PC to the duplicator?s internal hard drive, saving users the time and effort usually required to produce a master disc for each project.

Several models in the line also provide users with a 256MB buffer memory for more stable and reliable high-speed duplication.


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