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For consumers on the go who sport a high-energy lifestyle, Fellowes is introducing its NEATO CD/DVD Labeling System for both business and consumer applications. The two key differences in this labeling system from others on the market are Design Wizard and Digital Fingerprinting, said Fellowes.
The interactive guide Design Wizard offers users four simple steps to labeling success. First, the type of label is selected. Choices include CD, DVD, mini CD, business card CD, mini disc, audiocassette and others. Next, a label background is chosen from among the software's 500 high-resolution images, a user's own pictures or images.
Third, a CD is identified with a title and subtitle, as well as a list of tracks, data, photos, text or whatever is burned. It is typed in, a final click is added, and it is done.
Digital Fingerprint uses the product's MediaFACE 4 to access a database of over 3 million songs.
The Fellowes labeling system includes software, 34 assorted CD/DVD labels in matte, gloss, clear and holographic finishes; 20 CD/DVD core labels; 50 jewel case strips, tray liners and booklets for decorating jewel cases; 2 CD/DVD sleeves; 14 multipurpose labels; and one, no-fuss, patented applicator. Suggested retail is $19.99, and the system is available now.
This TWICE webinar, hosted by senior editor Alan Wolf, will take a look at what may be the hottest CE products at retail that will be sold during the all-important fourth quarter. Top technologies, market strategies and industry trends will be discussed with industry analysts and executives.