My friend had an panasonic cdr that does not have re-write. It was cheaper then re-writable that time but still cost him over $200.
They definately used to, my first on was a jvc xr2010 (scsi) 4x read and 2x write LOL (could have been 6x read, i forgets), but yes, not everyone wants a rewrite facility, but from a manuf point of view- its another feater to offer.....
Next time you wave - use all your fingers
they used to have them... back in the days of 2x and 4x writing. but Write and RW are standard features now.
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Once upon a time there were CDR drives that didn't rewrite. But AFAIK every CDR above 8x is a CDRW - the added cost must be insignificant (added core logic really).
How terrible is wisdom when it brings no profit to the wise
Yeah, I agree. There would be little or no difference in price.
tried my single 4x-10x ricoh cd that was supplied with my ricoh drive to back up all my utilites & drivers i have installed. mmm went wonderfully.
i may not use the RW feature again... but its still nice to have. the opportunity to add stuff or erase and start again on a high quality cd is not to be sniffed at. good data security incase things go titsup.com.au. LOL
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