Kyocera of Japan was a partner of Philips in the early development years. Both companies jointly developed the first CD-i system CDI 180. Kyocera also sold their own players, like the Pro 1000S (see picture). The small portable unit could be connected to an optional LCD screen.



NBS sold a portable CD-i player called the Lookman ID (see picture), which had an integrated Digital Video decoder. It was based on the GoldStar GPI 1100.



The European computer retailer Vobis sold an OEM-version of Philips' CDI 450.