Up to now CD-Rom drives have usually had to be added to systems, but more systems are being sold with a CD-rom drive as an integral part.
The cheapest way into CD-rom is Amiga's CDTV, in the shops at under pounds 300, and Philips CD-i, at under pounds 500, which offer interactive information packs and games using an ordinary television set as a monitor. At the high end, recordable CD systems are on their way.
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