Philips portable CD-i players
On this page, you will find a complete overview of all portable CD-i players that were sold under the Philips brand name.
Please refer to the Comparison table of all Philips portable CD-i players for an overview of differences between versions of a single player.
Philips CDI 310
The CDI 310 was a so called transportable CD-i player, lacking a display, but with an integrated 3.5" floppy disk drive. Intented for professional applications where frequently changed actual data is needed. The CDI 310 needs the docking station 9142 to place the Digital Video cartridge.
Philips CDI 350
The CDI 350 was a lower cost follow-up to the CDI 360, because of its lesser quality Sharp LCD display. The CDI 350 needs the docking station 9142 to place the Digital Video cartridge.
Philips CDI 360
The CDI 360 was Philips' first all-in portable CD-i system. It featured a very high quality, and hence expensive, Philips LCD display. The CDI 360 needs the docking station 9142 to place the Digital Video cartridge.
Philips CDI 370
The CDI 370 was build by LG Electronics (then GoldStar), and was based on their own portable CD-i system. The player has an integrated Digital Video decoder and recharchable battery, and was far more compact then the earlier Philips portable players.