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What is the difference between a 12X 700MB 80 min CD-RW disk and one that is 4X 700 MB 80 min ?

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The difference is how fast you can burn(write data) onto these discs

12x would be faster than 4x

Also the 12x is written as CD-RW Which is Compact Disc - Re-Writable Which means that you can write over this.

4x Is not specified meaning that its probably not 'cd-rw' meaning once the data is written on it, it cannot be taken off.

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