The CD-ROM squeeze

Feeley, Jim
August 1995
Macworld;Aug1995, Vol. 12 Issue 8, p37
Discusses the view of companies developing high-density computer disks (CDs), that previously made disks are no longer effective and efficient. Description of the 5-inch CD formats; Information pertaining to various CD manufacturers; Features of CDs. INSET: Two double-decker CD-ROMs..


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