DVD-RAM is a rewritable media that uses phase change technology for recording. Two generations of DVD-RAM are available: 2.6GB/5.2GB and 4.7GB/9.4GB. DVD-RAM is designed for data intensive, high performance applications. Data stored on DVD-RAM can be accessed in the same manner as a hard drive, with drag and drop capabilities, and can be overwritten 100,000 times. Double sided discs are available either in a Type 1 (non removable) cartridge (5.2GB capacity) or Type 4 (removable) cartridge (9.4GB capacity). Single sided discs are available bare, or with a Type 2 (disc removable) cartridge for reading in later generation DVD readers, DVD-Video players and DVD recorders.
|Description||Type 4 - A case for a double-sided 120mm DVD-RAM disk such that the disk may be removed from the case. This case is reversible.|
|Cartridge Type||Type 4|
|DVD Recording Capacity||9.4GB|
|Recording Time (Maximum)||240 minutes|
|Form Factor||DVD Media|