Summary: Purchased this product to give DVDs a more professional look than stick-on labels. This printer does a nice job, especially when it's hooked up to the computer. Printer ink lasts longer than expected and it looks nice as well. I printed 35 DVDs the other night and it did not take very long at all. When working with the computer, the onscreen icons make it easy to figure out what to do in case you're guilty of not reading the directions.
Summary: I bought a re-furbished CW-75 and found it to perform exactly as it is designed. It's not intended to do all of the fancy picture printing that the computer based programs with paper labels do. It prints CLEAR black lettering (or other colors, if you choose) on CD's/DVD's with a smooth surface. The best part is that there is no requirement for a computer and computer printer. If you just want clearly printed titles, etc. this is the way to go.
Summary: Cannot review this item since it was received defective from DiscountJungle. It was returned and merchant refused to reimburse shipping charges. They stated that was the chance I had to take. Advice... not to do business with this merchant.
Summary: It is a simple gadget. It does the job for simple tasks, although it is surprisingly cumbersome. One color at a time. One side at a time. The keyboard isn't intuitive. The shift key doesn't change the case; I found that I have to lock the caps for individual letters. The number of fonts is very limited. The number of symbols is too restricted. One can connect it to the computer and do more, but I have a Mac.
Summary: So far so good. Fairly easy to use for simple titling projects not employing much in the way of graphics, though it has some basic capability I've not yet explored. Will use my Epson R220 for more elaborate needs. Have only had mine couple days, but initial use has been very good. Sure beats titling with a Sharpie. Very pleased with mine.