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CD writer

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(Computer Science) a device on a computer for writing CDs
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Supply of computers, servers, printers, laptops, CD writer required for the different departments of the company.
95.71 percent of the engineering colleges possess CD writer and its facility in their library network and the rest of the institutions have no such facility.
IT'S expensive, but the built-in CD writer lets you burn photos straight to disc without a PC, and print speed and quality are excellent - 40 secs for 6x4in pic.
Then, they can decrypt those documents using any computer that has an attached CD writer, add to or alter the data, and then burn it back to the same CD while reencrypting it.
* CD Writer. Before I had Maxtor, my daily backups were made to my Yamaha 52X CD writer.
Often derided for its less than lightning speed and a capacity of only 1.44MB (CD Writer drives are now popular components of many laptops and can store up to 700MB) the floppy is still an ideal way to swap smaller files such as word processor documents or spreadsheets.
In January 2001, worried about the steep rise of private copying in the digital environment, VG Wort proposed a copyright levy of $34 on each new computer and CD writer sold.
Within an hour we had bought a CD writer and recordable CDs and set up on one of the many sites that has almost every song you can think of ready to download.
The HP Pavilion 735n desktop PC is an affordable DVD creation and video editing station, with DVD+RW/CD-RW drive (a DVD writer and CD writer combination drive) priced under $900.
But last week Office Max advertised a 48X speed CD writer that, after rebates, was just that--under 20 bucks.
Today's new backup/recovery software, combined with your notebook or laptop CD writer, can make data protection as natural as a second cup of coffee.