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CD-RW

Compact disk-read-write Informatics A rewritable compact disk, capable of holding ± 750 MB of data; CD-RW is an active storage medium, allowing repeated data additions. Cf CD-ROM.
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For instance, this would allow for rewritable optical discs with unmatched storage density.
It is the first multimedia computer to have an integrated PD drive allowing users to read from and write to removable 650MB rewritable optical discs and also have the ability to play CD-ROMs.
The CF-62 is the first multimedia computer to have an integrated PD drive that allows users to read from and write to removable 650MB rewritable optical discs.