Excerpt: Earlier this year I did a review on a CD/DVD burner/printer from Primera called the Bravo II Disc Publisher seen here is more suited for business applications. Today I have a new piece of hardware from Primera that is targeted more for home or small office applications, the Bravo SE Disc Publisher. Will the Bravo SE perform as well as
Excerpt: Like other models in Primera's Bravo line of disc publishers, the Bravo SE automates the disc production system by providing both burning and printing of CD and DVD media. The difference with the SE is that it comes in at about $1,200 less than the next-lowest-priced model. It can burn and print up to 20 discs at a time hands-free. Audio producers (demo CDs and the like), post houses, wedding/event/corporate videographers, church and school users, photographers, etc.
Excerpt: Available with either a DVD or Blu-ray drive, the SE Disc Publisher is an all-in-one, low-volume disc burner and printer that’s a much more rounded product than its predecessor. An entry-level model with a 20-disc capacity, it packages together a Panasonic burner and Lexmark printer, complete with robotic arm for whipping blank discs between hoppers.
Pros: Improved labelling software, Simplified Mac connection, Good results
Cons: Doesn’t support 8cm discs, Whopping price tag, Competition from online duplicators