a CD ROM drive that can write data to a CD-RW disk
a drive that can record data onto a CD-RW, erase that data, and re-record it
Drive that writes on and reads CD-RW discs. 7.22
A CD-ROM drive with data-writing capabilities. With a CD-ROM drive, you can listen to music CDs. But if you want to record ( burn) CDs, then you need a CD-RW drive.
Similar to the CD-ROM drive, but with the added function of being able to record (write) information on a blank 'recordable' compact disc (CD-R), for storing, archiving, or backing up information. Can also be used to record over (over-write) data on an existing CD, if using a 'rewritable' CD (CD-RW).
A drive that can read CDs and write to CD-RW (rewritable CDs) and CD-R (recordable CDs) discs. You can write to CD-RW discs multiple times, but you can write to CD-R discs only once.
Compact Disk-ReWritable (CD-RW) drives allow you to read CD discs like CD-ROM drives and also allow you to write data and music files to CD-R discs. CD-RW discs can be erased and written over unlike CD-R discs. CD-RW drives can also record on standard CD-R discs.
Compact Disc-Rewriteable. CD-RW drives can create a CD-R, but they also can use CD-RW media, which can be rewritten hundreds or thousands of times.
Acronym for "compact disc, read/write". A CD-RW drive allows you to both read and write data to a CD. It stores about 700 megabytes of data.
A CD-RW drive allows you read CD's like a CD-ROM drive and record multiple times on CD-RW discs. A CD can hold up to 700MB or more of data making it an inexpensive choice for saving files. A CD-R drive can only write to a disc one time, while a CD-RW allows a disc to be written to numerous times.
A drive in your PC that is capable of writing to CD-R and CD-RW discs, as well as reading data from CD-ROMs, and playing audio"
A CD-based drive that can record or erase data, as well as read it.
Drive that can read and write audio and/or data to a CD Disc.