On some packaging for blank DVD media I see a stylized "RW" logo. What does it mean? I'm not talking about the RW that signifies rewritable discs. This logo is pretty small and inconspicuous.
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It is the logo for the DVD+RW Alliance, the group of companies which developed the standards used for DVD+R, DVD+R DL and DVD+RW media.
usually_quiet is correct. Please note that although this was not done in the past, in recent years the Alliance has put this logo on DVD+R disc packages and some consumers have incorrectly concluded that their DVD+R discs were actually DVD+RW.
Yea, I noticed that too. Some guy goes by PA Bear on Tech Support group said Toshiba won't let the DVD+RW Alliance group use the regular DVD logo, so they chose the little RW Logo. It doesn't mean Re-Writable (in this context). paj692