Alera Technologies is introducing its new 1:3 DVD/CD Copy Tower Pro 16(tm) and 1:7 DVD/CD Copy Tower Pro 16 , stand
alone DVD/CD Duplicators that copy DVDs at up to 16x with no computer required.
The new Aleratec Copy Towers include a fast 80GB Hard Disk
Drive to store frequently used source material and to help assure the
fastest possible copies. The new "Pro 16" also supports 8.5GB Double
Layer recording technology so users can copy 8.5GB DVDs using Double
Layer media. The distinctive "professional black" design fits perfectly
in any environment, from the computer room to the Hollywood Studio.
The 1:3 DVD/CD Copy Tower Pro 16 (Aleratec Part No. 260132, Ingram
Micro SKU No. E30324) and 1:7 DVD/CD Copy Tower Pro 16 (Aleratec Part
No. 260133, Ingram Micro SKU No. E30325) can make up to 3 copies or 7
copies, simultaneously, of a 4.7GB DVD in as few as 4 minutes at 16x
DVD recording speed. With the low Estimated Street Prices of $1,199 for
the 1:3 and $2,299 for the 1:7, the new DVD/CD duplicators are ideal
for Prosumer, Corporate, Government and Education applications. The 1:3
and 1:7 DVD/CD Copy Tower Pro 16s incorporate a built in 80GB hard disk
drive to store frequently used source disc images and the hard disk
also maximizes copying stability especially in high speed copying
operations. The Copy Tower Pro 16s can also make a quick copy of a
DVD/CD, by just placing the master disc in any one of the DVD/CD
Recorders, loading in blank media for the number of copies you want and
pressing "Copy". The towers will sense the master disc and
automatically make the copies.
The duplicator controller gives you the copy control flexibility your
need. You can select multiple speeds for both Read and Write processes.
You can prescan your source discs for optimum copy speeds. You can
analyze discs showing the size, number of tracks and sessions. You have
the power to select your duplication source. The back lighted LCD
display reports the % complete and other status elements of each
duplicator function. It is important to be able to see this information
as the process is taking place. The display indicates when a process
will be completed which is particularly useful in copying difficult to
duplicate discs that cannot be copied at full speed.