CD-RW


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AcronymDefinition
CD-RWCompact Disc - ReWritable
CD-RWCompact Disc Recordable/Writable (common, but incorrect)
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Remember that it is in the order of CD-RW that you should practice personal finance.
The Net Vista came with a 2GHz Intel Celeron processor, a 400MHz front side bus, 128MB of SDRAM, a 60GB hard disk, a 48x CD-RW, and a 56K modem.
Some CD burners are called CD-Rs, and some are called CD-RWS. The R in CD-R means you can record once onto the CD.
Currently, erasable optical storage is too slow to be used as a computer's main storage facility, but as the speed improves and the cost comes down, CD-RW and DVD-RW devices are becoming a popular alternative to tape systems as a backup method.
-- A Stamina Rechargeable Battery: Battery life allows for up to approximately nine CD-R discs or eight CD-RW discs to be written at 24X speed, up to four hours of CD audio playback, up to one-and-a-half hours of DVD-ROM playback, and up to 10 hours of MP3 CD playback.
Rather, it's the bother of having to keep an eye on the system while it's being backed up, so that a fresh, empty CD-R or CD-RW can be inserted into the drive when required.
The latest CD-RW drives are as fast in reading data as Zip drives and nearly as fast in writing data.
The Iomega Predator drive is compatible with Macintosh and PC platforms and sets a new standard of functionality for external CD-RW drives.
Release 5.30 provides CD-R and CD-RW support, and it handles DVD-ROMs with up to 9 GB, caching for 255 CDs, and Pure IP communications in Novell's NetWare environment and SLPv2.
Toshiba has until now avoided the CD-RW space, which has been troubled by standards issues.
There are two kinds of recordable audio CDs: CD-R and CD-RW.