Optical Drives

Optical drives have been extensively used for reading and writing data on compact disks, DVDs and Blue Ray disks in several electronic devices and are found in most types of computers and laptops. An optical disk drive uses a laser beam of electromagnetic wavelength near or within the visible light spectrum for reading and writing data on a disk. Optical drives with the ability to both read and write data on a disk are also known as burners or disk writers. Depending on the type of drive an optical drive may support one or multiple disk formats. Optical drives were common a few years ago in most of the computers and laptops although now with rising internet speeds and easy availability of external drives and USBs many manufacturers have stopped providing them. Ultra-books and other similar low-weight laptops have completely shunned optical drives.

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