Angeldust Consoles & Computers - Sega

Sega Consoles Photo Gallery

After Atari had moved their efforts over from the console market to the computer market, Sega were one of the biggest games console manufacturers of their time.  They went from 8-bit consoles on to 16 & 32 bit machines before finally coming to an end after the phenomenal release of the Sony Playstation.  OK so Sega were the first to introduce a CD based machine, but it appears that they were to early & the console technology wasn't ready, & how could they be expected to compete with the big money marketing campaign launched by such a huge company as Sony.

 
Sega Master System a Sega Master System b Sega Megadrive 1a
Sega Master System a Sega Master System b Sega Megadrive 1a
Sega Megadrive 1b Sega Megadrive 1c Sega Megadrive 2a
Sega Megadrive 1b Sega Megadrive 1c Sega Megadrive 2a
Sega Megadrive 2b Sega Megadrive 1a with CD2 Sega Megadrive 1b with 32x
Sega Megadrive 2b Sega Megadrive 1a with CD2 Sega Megadrive 1b with 32x
Sega Megadrive 1b with CD1 Sega Megadrive 1c with CD1 Sega Megadrive 2a with 32x
Sega Megadrive 1b with CD1 Sega Megadrive 1c with CD1 Sega Megadrive 2a with 32x
Sega Megadrive 2a with CD2 Sega Megadrive 2b with 32x Sega MultiMega
Sega Megadrive 2a with CD2 Sega Megadrive 2b with 32x Sega MultiMega
Sega GameGear with TV Sega Genesis 1 Sega Genesis 2
Sega GameGear with TV Sega Genesis 1 Sega Genesis 2
Sega Genesis 3 Sega Genesis 1 with CD1 Sega Genesis 1 with 32x & CD1
Sega Genesis 3 Sega Genesis 1 with CD1 Sega Genesis 1 with 32x & CD1
Sega Genesis 2 with CD2 Sega Genesis 2 with 32x & CD2 Sega Genesis CDX
Sega Genesis 2 with CD2 Sega Genesis 2 with 32x & CD2 Sega Genesis CDX
Sega Genesis Nomad Sega Neptune (Unreleased) Sega Saturn
Sega Genesis Nomad Sega Neptune (Unreleased) Sega Saturn
  Sega Dreamcast  

Sega Dreamcast
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