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Philips introduced the CD-i onto the market in 1991. The i stands for ‘interactive’, so it’s no surprise that this competitor to the CD-ROM was mainly used for video games. The optical disc could store up to 650 MB multimedia data, such as audio, video or photos. You didn’t need a computer for the CD-i; you could simply connect your CD-i player to your TV.

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Did you know …

… the CD-i player couldn’t just play CD-i’s, but also audio CDs, photo CDs and DVDs?

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