CD-ROM drive


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CD-ROM drive

CD-ROM drive

A device that holds and reads CD-ROM discs. Modern CD-ROM drives also play audio CDs. See CD-ROM and CD-ROM drives.
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It is important that CD images stored on the CD sharing server can be loaded from a CD-ROM drive of any client computer on the network.
CD-ROM drives: Many laptops now come with slots for CD-ROM drives.
World wide CD-ROM drives sales achieved a fifth straight year of triple digit year sell-through growth according to a recent study published InfoTech, the market research and consultant firm based here.
Tax professionals who want the flexibility to port the CD-ROM drive from one machine to another (e.
With the CSD-760E CD-ROM drive kit, Sony offers easy access to the world of CD-ROM," said Takashi Sugiyama, Director, Multimedia Peripherals Marketing for Sony Electronics' Component and Computer Products Group.
If you recently bought a decent audio player for about $200, tack on about four times that price for a CD-ROM drive.
amp;uot;With the Kenwood 72X TrueX CD-ROM drive, users can be assured that they are getting the highest transfer rate attainable in the market today for their graphics-intensive applications such as 3D games, data visualization, desktop publishing, software installation, and digital audio extraction,&uot; said A.
In the ``Gee whiz, I'm glad they thought of this'' department is the long-overdue debut of front panel controls on new Compaq Presario desktop PCs that make possible ``one touch'' playback of CD music through the CD-ROM drive, easy speakerphone operation or instant access to messages from the PC's built-in answering machine.
The most intriguing feature of the 9240 is the writeable CD-ROM drive, called a "PD-CD" drive by its maker, Panasonic.
The Gateway 2000 P5-100XL combines the fastest Intel(R) Pentium(TM) processor with the best color monitor available and one of the industry's fastest CD-ROM drives.
In a strategic move to expand its notebook computer add-on offerings, CMS Peripherals Monday announced its new MiniCD Flip CD-ROM drive.
The single diskette is specifically for users who do not have a CD-ROM drive connected to their systems.