HP launches notebook with LightScribe technology

CIOL Bureau
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NEW DELHI: HP has launched a series of consumer notebooks - Compaq Presario V2100 notebook series featuring the LightScribe technology. Apart from LightScribe, these notebooks also offer BrightView technology, which improves contrast of the notebook display screen for clarity. The notebooks feature 1.7 GHz. Celeron process with 256MB RAM and 6-in-1 memory card reader which enables speedy transfer of files and information. The Compaq Presario V2148 notebook with LightScribe technology is priced at Rs 69,990.

LightScribe Direct Disc Labeling is a new technology, invented by HP that enables consumers to burn labels directly on their discs using the drive's existing laser. Detailing the use of this technology, HP India Sales, consumer portables category manager, Rajiev Grover said, "This technology will offer consumers and businesses alike a simple, no-hassle way to burn professional quality labels. Business executives can give their CDs a more professional look with these customized labels, consumers can jazz up discs of their favorite music with a personalized labels, etc."

He added that the LightScribe technology can be applied to both CDs and DVDs. Currently, in the Indian market, LightScribe CDs are available at a MRP of Rs 35 and the DVDs are yet to come.