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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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LaCie also offers the CDRW
product with a 16x recording speed - the CDRW161040 model, priced at GBP139+VAT.
Initially, different OPU manufacturers led the market in DVD and CDRW
. For this reason, the number of suppliers coming to market early with combo OPUs is a smaller subset of current CD-RW and DVD OPU makers.
LaCie has introduced what it claims to be the market's fastest CDRW
The company also announced it has developed a drive that records CDRW
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-24 November 2000-LaCie bundles free CD-R discs with selected CDRW
drives (C)1994-2000 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.m2.com
The program works with ordinary CDR and CDRW
drives that support Disc-At-Once (DAO), and a Pentium II or newer computer is recommended.