DVD-RAM won't go far without CD-R

Starrett, Robert A.
December 1998
EMedia Professional;Dec98, Vol. 11 Issue 12, p44
Academic Journal
Examines the outlook for digital video disk-random access memory (DVD-RAM) drive becoming the peripheral of choice for the masses. Chances of DVD-RAM overtaking the compact disk-recordable (CD-R) technology; Arguments for DVD-RAM; Applications for CD-R; Market where DVD-RAM may gain a foothold.


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