Yamaha & Fujifilm tout LabelFlash to Taiwanese ODD makers

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 Just a  few weeks ago, FujiFilm  and Yamaha both introduced LabelFlash technology, which works in a similar  process to HP's  LightScribe technology.  Both work by using the...
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I have yet to see the first LabelFlash discs in retails market.

“From what I can see, the biggest competitor to both LabelFlash and LightScribe technology has to be the printers that feature direct CD & DVD printing. Not only do these print in colour, but they also take up a fraction of the time.” Thas completely correct. I own such a printer and like printing on dvd’s and cd’s the media is cheaper than lightscribe media and it’s in colour. With my Canon Pixma 5000i it looks great !:B

totally agree. These lightscribe and labelfash technologies are pointless when you have a cd printer. Not to mention the fact that printable discs are the same price as non printable ones…At least for me anyway.

Based on the technology, which one looks better ?:slight_smile: