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What is LightScribe Laser Etching?
Robbie Ferguson: It’s got LightScribe do you know what that means?
Carrie Webb: No.
Robbie Ferguson: Light Scribe means that you can actually burn your DVDs and CDs, the data but then you flip over the disk and you can actually print. It’s called laser etching, so you can print directly on the surface of the disk, so that’s pretty cool.
Carrie Webb: So, if I like Meta CD I could put the other side and write, “This is your favorite CD.”
Robbie Ferguson: You could actually bring it up on the screen using the LightScribe software.
Carrie Webb: Yeah.
Robbie Ferguson: And put the text on there and everything and the list of the tracks or whatever.
Carrie Webb: Okay.
Robbie Ferguson: And then it will actually print just in black. It’s like a laser apps.
Carrie Webb: Okay.
Robbie Ferguson: So, kind of like the wood burning set wood burn on the wood you know, whatever you’re meant to be writing, so that’s a cool feature.
Carrie Webb: That’s good, a lot better than my CRP.
Robbie Ferguson: Definitely, it’s way better than a CRP. It looks more professional, it’s permanent.