Cd-R/RW on the go

Bennett, Hugh
April 1999
EMedia Professional;Apr99, Vol. 12 Issue 4, p52
Academic Journal
Discusses the growing popularity of compact disc (CD) drives in notebook computers. Data storage demand of notebook computers; Reasons for the popularity of CD-R and CD-RW; Technical challenges faced in the creation of portable CD-R/RW drives.


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