You have a set of files that totals 7 gigabytes of information. Which optical formats can store these files on a single optical platter? Choose two.
D) Secure Digital
The answers: A) DVD-ROM and C) Blu-ray
The DVD-ROM format can store 8.5 gigabytes in dual-layer mode, and Blu-ray can store up to 50 gigabytes in dual-layer mode. CD-ROMs max out around 700 megabytes, and Secure Digital (SD) is a flash memory format.
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