CD-ROM

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Synonyms for CD-ROM

a compact disk that is used with a computer (rather than with an audio system)

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Dell Dimension 4100 series configurations begin at $1,299 for a system that includes a 733 MHz Pentium III processor, 128 MB of PC133 SDRAM, a 10 GB hard drive, 16 MB ATI Rage 128 Pro graphics card, 48X CD-ROM drive, E770 17-inch monitor (16-inch viewable) and a SoundBlaster Live
The EW16GA provides 48x CD-ROM and 16x DVD-ROM read speeds as well as 8x/4x DVD+R/-R double layer, 16x/8x DVD+R/RW, 16x/6x DVD-R/RW and 48x/32x CD-R/RW write speeds.
Oak's OTI-9797S controller is capable of 32X write speeds and 16X rewrite speeds, as well as 48X CD-ROM read speeds.
0GHz processor, 128MB of memory, 20GB hard drive and 48x CD-ROM drive, or the $799 system (T4165) offering the Pentium(R)4 1.
2-gigahertz processor to support daily computing tasks; 128-megabyte PC2700 DDR SDRAM memory; a 40-gigabyte UDMA hard drive; a 48x CD-ROM drive; two IEEE 1394 FireWire ports along with Integrated 5.
Oak's OTI-9797 controller is capable of 24X CD-R and 24X CD-RW write speeds as well as 48X CD-ROM read speeds, and it provides an upgrade path to 32X recording speeds.
It also includes a DVD+RW/CD-RW combo drive for recording digital music, videos or photo slideshows; a 48x CD-ROM drive; a 64-megabyte NVIDIA GeForce4 MX 440 AGP 8x graphics card; two FireWire ports; a six-in-one media card reader; and six USB 2.
Standard configurations include a 20 GB hard drive, 48X CD-ROM, 128 MB PC133 SDRAM, 56k v.
8 gigahertz), 40-gigabyte hard drive, 256-megabyte DDR (double data rate) SynchDRAM, 48x CD-ROM drive, six USB 2.
Oak's OTI-9797 controller, designed for used in PC-based or consumer audio CD-R/RW applications, is capable of 24X CD-R and 24X CD-RW write speeds as well as 48X CD-ROM read speeds, and it provides an upgrade path to 32X recording speeds.