|RAM:||512 KB (later version with 1MB)|
|Betriebssysteme:||Kickstart 1.3 (+ additional ROMs for CD-support)|
|Data Medium:||CD, Disc|
|Colors:||up to 4096|
|Sound:||Stereo, 4-Channel, 8 Bit|
|Ports:||Seriel, Parallel, Disc, Infrared,
Mouse, Keyboard, Video out, HF, RGB, Midi, Memorycard
|Specials:||1x Speed CD-ROM|
|Accessories:||Disc, Keyboard, Mouse, Genlock, RAM-Card 64KB|
|Launch price||699,- engl. Pound|
|Got own one from::||Used, 220,- DEM|
The CDTV from Commodore i think is the curiosest of all Amigas. The first version has build in the technic of the Amiga500 (512 KB RAM).
Further Version included the technic from the Amiga500+ (1MB RAM). The CDTV has a Memorycard-Slot at the front. Through accessories
like a Keyboard and Discdrive the CDTV could be upgraded to an complete Amiga 500 (Amiga 500+).
The included Infrared-Joyboard could be switched to use as Joystick or Mouse. Also all CD-Player-funktions could was included on the joyboard.
With the Genlock-Addon the TV-Signal could be mixed with the Amiga-Grafic. But only the Backgroundcolor of the Amiga could be cut and replaced through the TV-Signal.