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The CDTV models of the Presario family allow users to stay on top of world events by watching or listening to television in a "window" while working in other PC applications, or by viewing a full-screen TV image.
Presario 500 Series -- including the CDS 524, CDS 526 and CDTV 528 -- adds increased power and performance to the flagship "all-in-one" series of affordable, easy to use, easy to set up PCs.
The enabling technology is a circuit called the CDTV 256 QAM demodulator, which is integrated into a TV set-top box.
The company has four product lines: the Amiga multimedia computers, the MS-DOS PC compatibles, the C64 computers, and the CDTV.
Three new models of the Presario 500 Series -- CDS 524, CDS 526 and CDTV 528 -- add increased power and performance to the flagship "all-in-one" series of affordable, easy to use, easy to set up PCs.
Most recently, Popular Science included the Compaq Presario CDTV 520 in its 1994 "Best of What's New" awards for innovation and achievement in science and technology; Popular Mechanics awarded the Compaq Presario 500 Series with a 1994 "Design & Engineering" award; and the Compaq Presario CDS 520 earned an "Awesome" rating from New Media Magazine for its fun, comfortable out-of-box experience and its easy-to-use, unique set of features that include speakerphone, telephone answering functionality with voice mail boxes and audio CD capability.