Chatsworth, California (PRWEB) November 19, 2014
Aleratec Inc., award-winning designer, developer and manufacturer of Portable Device Management (PDM) charge/sync products for mobile devices and professional-grade duplicators for hard disk drives, USB flash drives and Blu-ray/DVD/CD discs, is adding the 1:7 DVD/CD Copy Tower to its lineup of DVD/CD duplicators. Incorporating the latest recorder technologies, the 1:7 Copy Tower makes perfect, simultaneous copies of up to seven DVDsor CDs without the need of a computer.
DVDs and CDs remain reliable storage mediums for organizations, but making numerous copies can take hours of time, says Perry Solomon, President and CEO of Aleratec. This model is just the right size for companies that duplicate a fair amount of discs but compact enough so it doesnt take a lot of space.
Aleratecs 1:7 DVD/CD Copy Tower uses the latest 22x DVD drive technology and supports a wide range of formats including DVD-R, DVD+R, DVD-Rand DVD+RW. The 1:7 DVD/CD Copy Tower will also copy up to 8.5gigabytes on double layer media for broad format compatibility, and supports CD-R and CD-RW formats as well. Operation is simply a matter of inserting a master disc into the source drive, blank discs intotarget drives, and then selecting copy on the user-friendly, front-panel LCD display.
Supports a broad range of DVD/CD formats
Stand-alone unit does not require a computer
Uses the latest 22x DVD recorders
Aleratec's 1:7 DVD/CD Copy Tower is part of Aleratec's Copy Tower family that also includes the 1:3 DVD/CD Copy Tower and 1:5 DVD/CD Copy Tower.
Price and Availability
The 1:7 DVD/CD Copy Tower is available from Aleratec's dedicated resellers and distribution partners with an Estimated Retail Price (ERP) of $ 849.
The full line of Aleratec solutions and accessories is also featured at Adorama, Amazon.com, B&H Photo Video, Barnes & Noble, Best Buy, CDW, Dell, HP, Insight, MacMall, Media Supply, Newegg, Office Depot, PC Connection, PCM, Quill, RadioShack, Rakuten, Sears, Staples, Tech Depot, Tiger Direct, and Wal-Mart in addition to other leading US retailers. Government and education customers may purchase from Government and Education Specialists including B&H Photo Video Gov, Best Buy for Business Gov/Ed, CDW-G, EnPointe, Global, GovConnection, GOVPLACE, Insight Gov, PCM-G, SARCOM, Shi.com, Softchoice, SoftMart, Sparco.com, TIG, and Unicom Government. All products are available to resellers in the U.S. through D&H Distributing, Ingram Micro, and Tech Data; in Canada through Ingram Micro Canada and Tech Data Canada; in Latin America and the Caribbean through Tech Data Miami; in the EMEA (Europe, Middle East, Africa) region through Ingram Micro UK.
The 1:7 DVD/CD Copy Tower (Aleratec P/N 260182, D&H Distributing SKU 260182, Ingram Micro SKU YC8978, Tech Data SKU 11599944.)
About Aleratec Inc.
Aleratec designs, develops and manufactures high-performance products acclaimed for their reliability and ease of use. Beginning in 2000, California-based Aleratec has met the needs of professionals in education, government and corporate markets with a diverse product line that includes professional-grade portable device management (PDM) charge/sync products for tablets and other mobile devices, duplicators for hard disk drives, USB flash drives and Blu-ray/DVD/CD discs, as well as disc printers, blank media, shredders, disc repair and related accessories. For more information, please visit http://www.Aleratec.com or contact us toll free at 866-77-ALERATEC (866-772-5372). You can also follow Aleratec at google.com/+AleratecInc, YouTube.com/Aleratec, Twitter.com/Aleratec, Facebook.com/Aleratec and Blog.Aleratec.com.
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