Those fed up with printing out circular labels and hoping to get things lined up when customizing a CD can finally look forward to a (relatively) cost effective alternative. Dymo's DiscPainter, which is slated to land sometime this fall, reportedly inks your designs directly to the disc in around 60 seconds at 600dpi, while doubling the resolution is said to increase the wait time to a still-reasonable three minutes. Additionally, the device looks to work with both Windows and OS X-based machines, and will come bundled with one ink cartridge for $279.

[Via SlashGear]

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