Launched in March 1991, the Commodore CDTV was a multimedia platform developed by Commodore International. and launched in March 1991. The internals were based on the Commodore Amiga 500 home computer with built-in CD-ROM drive and was designed to be controlled by a remote control. It was marketed as an all-in-one home multimedia appliance rather than as a home computer and the case and dimensions were styled in the same manner as home audio equipment. An optional mouse and keyboard were available.
The expected market for multimedia appliances did not materialise, and the CDTV is widely considered to be a commercial failure.
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