DVD-rewritable

DVD-rewritable

[¦dē¦vē¦dē rē′rīd·ə·bəl]
(communications)
A DVD format that allows audio or other digital data to be written, read, erased, and rewritten. Also known as Book E; DVD-RAM.
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Recognized as the world's leading company in the optical storage industry, MediaTek offers comprehensive IC solutions for CD-ROM, DVD-ROM, CD-R/RW, DVD-Rewritable drives and DVD Players.
Hitachi Maxell is boosting output of DVD-rewritable disks by 30 per cent in view of growing global demand prior to Christmas sales of equipment such as personal computers and DVD recorders.
The DRU-510A (internal) and DRX-510UL (external) drives combine the DVD-rewritable (DVD+RW/-RW) formats with the DVD write-once (DVD+R/-R) formats.