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DVD ROM - Definition

A DVD Rom is similar to a CD Rom except that it can access a recordable or rewritable DVD disk. With this specific technology, the DVD disk can store up to 25 times more data than a standard CD Rom disc. With a DVD Rom drive, movies can be watched, games and music can be played and much more. DVD Rom drives are also backward compatible with CD Rom disks, which means they can play these older disks.


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