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|ComputerBase: 32-bit console Amiga CD≥≤ & 16-bit CD player Philips CD-i (german)|
At the title link, german tech magazine ComputerBase compares Commodore's Amiga CD≥≤ as Europe's first 32-bit game console with the CD-i, the 16-bit multimedia system that was introduced by Philips in 1991 and co-developed with Sony.
The actual competing product, however, the Amiga CDTV, that had been introduced by Commodore also in 1991, is not mentioned at all. (snx)
[News message: 12. Oct. 2021, 11:00] [Comments: 0]
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