Updated: 10/02/2017 by Computer Hope

CD CaddyA caddy is a container that is used to hold various items or objects. For example, the picture to the right is of a CD-ROM caddy, a container used with early Apple computer CD-ROM drives that would hold and protect the disc. This caddy is inserted into the drive with the CD instead of placing the CD on a tray or feeding it into a disc slot, like most disc drives today. Today, the CD-ROM caddy is rarely used or found with computers.

Other types of CD-ROM

Apple terms, CD terms, Hardware terms