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Author Topic: How a computer works: The DVD-RW  (Read 985 times)

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How a computer works: The DVD-RW
« on: February 08, 2010, 04:51:53 PM »
You've seen people watching Austin Powers on their laptops. But with Digital Versatile Disc, aka DVD, you can do more than watch movies: You can also store gigabytes of data and run multimedia applications. DVD's 4.7GB of storage far surpasses that of CD-ROM's 650MB, though the discs are the same small size. Within the next few years, DVD-ROM drives will likely replace CD-ROM drives on most new computers.

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