HP dvd740i DVD Writer
Internal DVD±R/±RW drive with double-layer recording capability and
LightScribe direct disc labeling
HP's latest internal DVD writer with double-layer recording
capability and LightScribe direct disc labeling lets you preserve,
edit and share up to 8.5 GB on one double-layer DVD and burn
customized labels directly to LightScribe discs. It records DVD+R
DL at up to 8X, DVD-R DL at up to 4X and single-layer DVD±R
at up to 16X.
LightScribe is the innovative new disc-labeling system that gives
CDs and DVDs a neat, professional look without ink, pens, or
paper labels. With LightScribe, you simply burn your data, flip the
disc over, and burn a precise, silkscreen-like label directly onto
your LightScribe CD or DVD.
LightScribe labeling requires LightScribe supported media.
Also compatible with single-layer DVDs. Storing 8.5 GB on one DVD requires double-layer media, sold separately.
Now with LightScribe
• LightScribe is easy: just burn your CD or DVD, then flip the disc
over and burn a label.
• LightScribe can't peel off, get stuck, or cause disc damage the way
paper labels can.
• Use text, photos, and even pre-set designs, for beautiful results.
• No pens, no ink, no printer, and no sticky labels.
Excellent storage capacity
• Double-layer recording lets you store up to 8.5 GB of data, video,
music, and more on one double-layer disc.
much as single-layer DVDs hold.
• More photos, more video. Easily archive your family pictures and
home videos on high-capacity digital media.
Creative and fun
• Full software suite included—edit video, organize photos, create
slideshows, back up music and data, create personalized label
designs, and more.
• Surprise your family and friends with slideshows and home movies,
digitally preserved on DVD or CD, beautifully labeled with your
own personal touch, and ready for playback.
Compatible and versatile
• Excellent playback compatibility on DVD drives and players.
That's almost twice as
• Dual-format drive writes to DVD±R DL, DVD±R/±RW as well as
• Record hours of video onto DVD with your PC, then play it back in
your living room.