I'm looking into buying a CD Burner for my computer but I haven't kept up on the technology. Last I could remember there was a standard for the CDR, but not CDRW. Basically I just need two know which brands are out there and which ones are good. I keep heering about Phillips but that is just mostly ads. Any help would be appreciated.
ok,use CD-RW, and USE CD-R media type if you are going to use it to give CD to other people. buy VErbatim CD-R. they work in any CD-Rom. and it cost 15$ the pack of 10. the CD-RW CD cost around 10$ each.
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