Compact Disc Interactive (CD-I) Glossary Term
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Compact Disc Interactive (CD-I)
A data format on CD that is geared toward the consumer, requiring a specialized player which is connected to a television or on a computer. The CD can be accessed in the same manner as a computer memory. The format is backed by Phillips, Sony, Matsushita, and others.

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