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Saturday, March 15, 2003
CeBIT 2003 Show Coverage

18. Intenso

Intenso

Intenso was founded in 1998. The company is located in Vechta, near Bremen in Northern Germany and distributes and manufacturers CD and DVD media, media packaging kits, Smart Media cards, etc. This year Intenso demonstrated the new series of 52x CD-R media and 800MB 99min CD-R discs.

The company currently offers only DVD-R media and soon it will expand its product line to include DVD+R and DVD+RW discs as well.

Very interesting seems to be the new innovative "Intenso Ejector" packaging system for CD and DVD discs. The company designed a special plastic slim CD/DVD case for disc archiving, offering fast and easy eject of the disc through a simple but very smart "arm". The disc slips out of the plastic case by pressing the arm in the right side of the case. The case is robust and very slim, offering reliable archiving and space saving.




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