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Philips released the first CD-interactive player to the market in 1991. Short for "Compact Disc Interactive", content was initially largely relegated to educational and self help videos before Philips shifted focus to the increasingly lucrative video game segment. Over 70 licensed CD-i hardware products were released. The 200 series players (including the 910 in the United States) were targeted at the mainstream electronics consumer market.

Description

  • Status: Discontinued
  • Availability date: 1991

Availability

  • Alias: CD-i 220, CD-i 210, CD-i 205

Also Known As...

  • Exterior surface: Matte

Hardware

  • CPU brand: Philips
  • CPU model: SCC68070
  • CPU speed: 15.5 MHz
  • GPU model: MCD 212
  • RAM: 1 MB

Performance

  • Audio / Video playback: CD, VCD

Audio / Video

  • Audio / Video output: Composite, S-Video
  • Physical controller port(s): 1
  • Controller connection: Wired

Ports

  • Game media: Disc

Software

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