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Casio’s Latest Gadget Makes Printing CD Labels Easier

Casio CD Label Printer

By Luke Anderson

One of my many bad habits is that I never label my CDs when I burn them. I use a Sharpie once in a while, but my handwriting is so bad that I never know what I wrote anyway. Sure, I could print out labels and affix them to the CD, but that’s a pain. That’s why I like this new Casio CW-E60 Title Printer.

This little device will use a thermal transfer ribbon to print the label onto your disc. The Title Printer comes with simple software to design your labels. You can choose from 8 different colored ribbons for your prints. The printer will set you back $60.

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    This would be a gadget I’m looking forward. It can be great to our printing business.

  • Saechen

    This would be great if it only was supported by a Linux distro! Gave up on Windows years ago. Other than the odd device that is not supported I haven’t looked back.

  • Tina M

    My Casio worked OK for simple line art graphics but it could not print image labels for my discs. The image came out blotchy and totally unrecognizable. Frustrated I got a Dymo DiscPainter which prints awesome looking, clean images right on the disc. My time is too valuable to waste it on devices that “sorta work”.