Philips CD-i 21TCDI30

This is the rather uncommon CDi system, complete with a 21" TV, and full games console built in.

The console inside has the same GUI as the 400 series of machines, and has the DVC cartridge built in as standard.

This was one of the last CDi players to reach market, released in 1995, this was always going to be a niche product, and was of course never going to compete with the playstation or Saturn.

It was marketed towards professional and institutional organisations, less than 7000 are thought to have been produced.



Manufacturer: Philips
Date: 1995



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This exhibit has a reference ID of CH55096. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

 

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