|Case Type:||Set Top Box / VCR|
|Chipset:||ECS (plus additional chips Grace and Beauty)|
|Expansion Slots:||1 x FMV slot
1x Video Slot
1 x PCMCIA styled connector.
Note, this is NOT a true PCMCIA connector, only very early experimental units ever contained a true PCMCIA slot
|Standard CHIP RAM:||2MB|
|Hard Drive Controllers:||1 x (2.5"??) IDE Controller|
|Drive Bays:||1 x 3.5"
1 x 5.25"
|Expansion Ports:||1 x Mini-Din Serial
1 x 25pin Parallel
1 x 23pin RGB Video
1 x S-Video
1 x Composite
1 x 23pin External Floppy
2 x RCA Audio (Left/Right)
1 x MIDI IN/OUT
1 x 3.5mm Heaphone Socket
|Floppy Drive:||1 x Internal 880k Floppy Drive|
|Battery Backed Up Clock:||Unknown|
The CDTV-II, perhaps correctly called the CDTV-CR (CR = Cost Reduced) was intended as the successor to the original CDTV. Unfortunately like many of Commodore's projects it was never officially released to the public. Like the original, the CDTV-II also includes an infra-red remote controller but it also has a digital LCD display on the front and a built-in floppy drive which the original doesn't have. The CDTV-II does not have a keyboard port, or a mouse port like the original model.
Thanks to Nominoua