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Wednesday, June 11, 2003
Rimage launches Everest II CD/DVD label printers


Rimage announced it is now shipping Everest(TM) II, the next generation of its popular thermal retransfer CD and DVD label printing technology. Everest II, which is available both as an automated and standalone printer, is the featured print technology on all of Rimage's automated Producer II CD/DVD publishers.

Rimage has now introduced several significant improvements, including:

Cost Reduction: A 30% reduction in the cost of ribbons and the availability of a wide range of low-cost Everest compatible media options.

Speed: Full-coverage, full-color labels in less than 60 seconds.

Better Output: Surpasses even the original Everest, with enhanced printing of solids, more vibrant colors, and increased clarity and crispness.

Everest users are able to produce full-coverage, full-color, photographic quality discs at less than $0.30 per label.

Full-color, full-coverage labels at less than $0.30 per print, compared to more than $0.40 before.

Monochrome Black and Grayscale images at around $0.10 per print.

CMY+W Ribbons, allowing advanced label printing with silk-screen effects, had per print costs formerly at $0.60, which have now been reduced to about $0.40.


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