These days it seems like there are no limits to what a good printer can do. The more that printer manufacturers add to print units, the more you can do with your machine. One thing that a few manufacturers have starting adding to their machines is direct CD and DVD printing capabilities. Though not every manufacturer has jumped on that bandwagon, you can be sure that they are all soon to follow. The real pioneer for this CD and DVD printing is Epson; however, Canon, Lexmark and Dell have all followed suit.
<br><br>If you have a printer that is a few years old, you may have the ability to print off labels for your CDs and DVDs; however, this will be a lot more convenient than that option ever was. Think about it—how annoying is it when you go to pull a label off and you the sides get stuck together so you have to throw it away wasted? Even worse, what do you do if you go to put it on the CD and you put it on the wrong spot so it doesn’t match up completely? Whether you are making a mix CD for your boyfriend or a CD of all the music you’ve written for a music producer, you don’t want to hand them something embarrassing and non professional. With a CD/DVD printer, though, your CDs and DVDs will look professional no matter what situation they are for.
<br><br>Did you recently get married? If so, change that video your uncle filmed into a DVD, and then print directly on it with your inkjet printer. You could print on a CD for your best friend’s birthday or a DVD for your father of his last fishing trip that his friend recorded. With one of these inkjet printers, you can add text and graphics to your CD/DVD projects easily.