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SG-1000
200px-Sega SG-1000
Manufacturer Sega
Released Japan: July 15, 1983

Australia: 1983

Generation Second
GPU NEC 780C (clone of Zilog Z80)
Media ROM Cartridge
Controller input 1 joystick
Price ¥15,000
Followed by Sega Master System
The SG-1000 (abbreviation for Sega Game 1000) is a video game console developed and released by Sega. It wasn't very successful or popular, but it was important in the development of the next Sega console, the Master System. A computer version of the SG-1000, the SC-3000 outsold the SG-1000. This was the first console developed by Sega, and Sega would go on to make more advanced consoles, such as the Mega Drive, Dreamcast, and Saturn.                                                                                                                                                                 
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