Processor: 2 Processors(16-bit)
Speed: varies upon source
Resolution: 350 lines (horiz.)
Colors Available: millions
Colors on screen: Millions
CD-i can be used to play audio cd's as well as 
some movies with optional MPEG cart more

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Dallas Page  ddp098@yahoo.com  on Wednesday, April 11, 2001 at 13:50:15
Okay, before I start bad mouthing this system, let me tell you what
I do know. Believe it or not, there was actually a really good game
released for the system called "Burn Cycle", which is a cyber punk 
adventure game. It looked cool (in it's time) and was very interesting.
Another interesting note about this system is that there was actually
a "legend of Zelda" game released for this system. No, really, I dont
know why nintendo let them borrow this franchise for, but there really 
was a "legend of zelda" game released (if you don't beleive me, do some
research. I forgot which website had it, but it shows an actual screen
shot. Another website, one of the UNofficial Zelda sites actually has it.
(but no screen shot) 
    the game was set up like "the adventure of link" for 8-bit nintendo
however, nintendo did NOT make the game, another company did.
To say the least, the game really sucked since you would get the snot
beaten out of you. NOT A GOOD THING.
     Aside from that, and a few other games that ranged from OKAY to 
"WHO THE HELL MADE THIS CRAPPY GAME???" type quality. The system was a 
flop (I think it was REALLY expensive...... $500 to $700 dollars.
and apparently NO ONE KNEW ABOUT IT (bad marketing)
okay, gotta go. I'll try to find the exact name of those sites that 
have the CD-I version of Zelda on it (I AM NOT CRAZY! there was actually
a zelda game for this system. I WILL BRING PROOF some time in the future)
more info on burn cycle (cool game) and other stuff.
P.S: there were also Movie CD's available for the system.
I remember seeing a john Candy film on the system (was it the one with
steve martin "train, planes, automobiles"?)
from- dallas page
James Osgood  banez_crump@yahoo.com  on Monday, January 22, 2001 at 13:53:53
I own a cd-i 220 and have a decent collection of games and accessories. I have wasted alot of 
$$ on this system and have had alot of ?'s about bootleg games and full cell animation games
that might be obtainable via ISO. If any one out there can help please send me an email with 
details. This system may have taken off if it wasn't so expensive during it's launch. 

Thank you 
James Osgood

Ralph Verdieck  verdieck@yahoo.com  on Wednesday, December 20, 2000 at 14:37:53
've had a Philips CD-I player for years. I still think it is the  best game system on the market. 
We also have Playstation and the Philips beats it hands down for graphics. Only problem I 
have is trying to locate some of the games that I don't have. I have over  50 original titles and 
one of the best is Lil Devil.
Michael loa  m.v.loa@cable.a2000.nl  on Saturday, November 25, 2000 at 17:56:55
I have a philips cdi player and a Sony F505 cybershot camera...how can I burn the photo's 
on a cd to play it in my cdi player..??
thanks in advance,
Brian Peterson kalz555@home.com on Tuesday, August 8, 2000 at 11:42:40
CD-i Technical Specifications 

Central Processing Unit
68070RISC Chip
Clock Speed of15.5 MHz


1.5 MB of Main Ram

Four Modes Using 24-Bit CLUT's
Resolutions from 384x280 to 768x560
MPEG 1 Cart Pug-In for VideoCD and Digital Video
Capable of 32,768 Simultaneuos Colors

ADCPM Eight Channel Sound

Single Speed CD-Rom Drive

CD-i Consumer Models
CD-i 220

CD-i 450/550

Made By Magnavox 
The 550 is the same as the 450 but comes with the DV Cart.

Usable Discs
+CD-i Ready
+CD Bridge

With DV Cart 1,460 Kg, Without DV 1,210 Kg

CD-i 910

CD-i Accessories

CD-i Mouse
Roller Controller
CD-i Trackball
I/O Port Splitter
Touchpad Controller
Gamepad Controller
IR Wireless Controller

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