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PowerCD

A consumer-oriented CD-ROM player from Apple that connects to a TV for Photo CD use, to a Mac for data, audio and Photo CD or to a stereo for audio CDs.
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Apple, for one, received quite an extensive education from its misfires: without the Apple Lisa, the Performa, the QuickTake, the PowerCD, the Bandai Pippin, the Newton, and the Interactive Television Box, there likely wouldn't be the iMac, iPod and iPhone.
As part of CLEARVUE/eav's PowerCD series, Native American Rock Art of the Southwest has common, easy-to-use features: an outline navigator, a presentation manager, a grade book, quizzes, a brief CD-based learning guide, view mode, photo index, and a history feature that allows you to retrace your path.
This title is one of Clearvue's PowerCD series CDs, which require no hard disk space and no installation.
The PowerCD includes a menu that allows the user to navigate to any subject covered, view given, or concept presented.
Lastly, ZCI Publishing's PowerCD, a multimedia operating environment that runs on top of either Windows, DOS or Macintosh, utilizes Word for Windows 2.0 (chosen for its compatibility with other word processor documents).