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PC CARD PHILIPS CD-I
From the official Philips catalog
I am still unsure if this card was really produced for the
consumer market. Surely a similar model was distributed for
developers but consumer distribution wasn't confirmed by Philips when
I tried to contact them. I hope to have more on the subject
Compatible with the following standards: Interactive CD
(CD-I), Audio CD,Photo CD and Digital Video (for movies,
musical clips and videogames).
Easy to assemble thank to a Plug and Play
Compatible with any VGA screen. Use the PC mouse like
On board CD-ROM controller via a IDE
AV output to connect it to TV sets and Hi-Fi
Comes with: CD-I system on card, 4x CD-ROM player, 2
speakers, complete documentation.
IBM PC compatible with 386 SX/160 processor or
2 MB of RAM or higher.
2 MB free on hard disk or more.
1 full lenght ISA slot.
VGA or Multisync card.
Microsoft Windows 3.1 or higher.
MS-DOS 5.0 or higher.
1 free bay for the CD-ROM player.
I didn't kwon about this model until few weeks ago.
It is an ISA board that add CD-I compatibility to a Windows
or DOS-compatible PC. I don't think it was sold in high
numbers... probably is one of the less sold CD-I player by
If you want more informations you can find the Official CD-I
FAQ from Philips here.
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