CD writer


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CD writer

A CD drive that supports write once (CD-R) or rewritable media (CD-RW). See CD-R and CD-RW.
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Majority of the libraries have CD writer facilities and they have 2 to 5 CD writers in their libraries.
Since CD writers are generic to almost every notebook and laptop computer (internal or external), and the media is almost as economical as paper, CDs provide an excellent backup and recovery medium for mobile users.
The system includes a scanner, computer and CD writer that allows photofinishers to deliver digital imaging products and services over the Internet or on CD-ROM or floppy disk in less than an hour.
The mp3 file can even be converted back into a format that can be written to a recordable compact disk using a cd writer or burner and played on a regular cd player.
Plus it added a single CD burn station consisting of a Power Mac with an external hard drive and CD writer.
If you add the free software that Hewlett-Packard bundles with its excellent HP CD Writer Plus 7200 series, the value/price ratio of CD-RW drives is really superior, and the ability to rewrite individual files on a CD-RW disc just as you can as on a floppy or hard disk is a dream come true.
For example, Virtual CD Writer 2.1 for Netware networks allows a Novell server to write directly to CD-R drives attached to the server.
For custom labeling of CD-R disc, TDK is offering its TDK CD Writer, a permanent marker pen.
It is now available with a built-in CD writer, providing a quick and easy way of copying key events to CD.
You can make your own CDs from the download, using iTunes, if you have a CD writer on your computer, which makes a proper CD that works in your car for instance, although iTunes only lets you do this five times.
GE Interlogix has also released its QuickWave solution which lets users locate and transfer stored videos onto a CD using a CD writer.
So, one CD writer, a copy of Audiograbber and a new hard drive later, and I'm midway through transferring all of my albums onto my computer (as MP3s, 192Kbps bitrate, if you must know!) To think that a 120Gb hard drive can store about 2,000 albums, at CD quality, in a space not much bigger than a cigarette packet.