This is a list of
. Note: All of them are discontinued since Sega no longer produces hardware systems. Sega video game consoles
Consoles [ edit ]
Available in limited markets.
Sega SG-1000 II
Updated version of the SG-1000, includes a keyboard.
Sega Mark III
Available in limited markets (Japan/Australia/New Zealand).
A computer version of the SG-1000.
An updated version with more RAM and keyboard (the original keyboard was of the low-end membrane type).
Sega Master System
Essentially the same as the Mark III only with a different name and a few minor adjustments.
Sega Master System II
An update to the Master System with a new smaller redesigned frame, as well as inbuilt game
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Sega Mega Drive
Known as the Sega Genesis in North America due to another company owning the Mega Drive trademark in that region.
Known simply as the Sega CD for the North American market, it allowed CD based games as well as
Audio CDs to be played on the Mega Drive.
Hardware update to the Mega Drive allowing 32-bit based games to be played.
A Sega Mega Drive/32X hybrid. It never passed the prototype stage. Only two empty cases are known to exist.
Sega's other 32-bit console released before the 32X in Japan, but after the 32X in North America and Europe.
The unreleased second model of the Sega Saturn.
sixth generation console.
Sega Zone (console)
A lesser known Sega Console from 2010 that only came out in the UK and US (known as the Sega Arcade Motion in the US), also Sega's last console.
Handhelds [ edit ]
Sega Game Gear: Sega’s 8-bit handheld.
Sega Nomad: A portable version of the Mega Drive. Was never released in PAL territories, though it retains its PAL/NTSC switch on the internal board. Sega
VMU: Memory Card for Dreamcast, also able to download games.
Sega Vision: A portable media player.
Educational consoles [ edit ]
Dual systems [ edit ]
Sega Multi-Mega: a portable CD player with the functionalities of a Sega Mega Drive and Sega Mega CD. Following the Mega ... brands, its name was Multi-Mega in most of the world and Genesis CDX in North America.
Sega TeraDrive: A 16-bit PC with an integrated Mega Drive. Came with a Software Development Kit to allow creation of Mega Drive games. The system was only released in Japan.
: Although not actually produced by Sega themselves, the Mega PC is Amstrad's version of the TeraDrive for European and Australian markets, thus includes electronics for Sega's Mega Drive console built-in. Amstrad Mega PC
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