Sega Dreamcast Basic Package (Sega Dreamcast)
The last video game console developed by Sega, it was released in Japan on November 27, 1998, in the United States on September 9, 1999, and in Europe on October 14, 1999.
In the first two weeks after launch, Sega sold 500,000 consoles and it was one of Sega's most successful hardware units. Over 276 games were released for the Dreamcast. The last American release was "NHL 2K2" in February of 2002.
Sega Dreamcast Technical Specification
- CPU: SH-4 RISC CPU with 128 Bit FPU functions for 3D graphics computations (operating frequency: 200 MHz, 360 MIPS, 1.4 GFLOPS)
Graphics Engine: PowerVR2 CLX2, 6.7 Mio polygons/second peak performance, supports Trilinear filtering
- Memory: Main RAM: 16 MB 64 Bit 100 MHz, Video RAM: 8 MB 4x16 Bit 100 Mhz, Sound RAM: 2 MB 16 Bit 66 MHz
- Sound Engine: Yamaha AICA Sound Processor: 22.5MHz 32-Bit ARM7 RISC CPU core, 64 channel PCM/ADPCM sampler, 128 step DSP
- GD-ROM Drive: 12x maximum speed (Constant Angular Velocity)
- GD-ROM: Holds up to 1.2 GB of data. A normal CD-ROM holds 700 megabytes.
- Modem: Removable; Original Asia/Japan model had a 33.6 kbit/s; models released after September 9, 1999 had a 56 kbit/s modem
- Color Output: Approx. 16.78 million simultaneous colors (24 bit)
- Storage: Visual Memory Unit ("VMU") 1 Mbit (128 KByte) removable storage device and 4x memory cards that hold four times as much data.
Sega Dreamcast (DC) System Basic Package include (complete set):
Preowned basic package: Cleaned & tested and even shrink-wrapped to ensure your satisfaction. Guaranteed 90 days. Preowned DC Basic set may not include Web browser and telephone cable
- Dreamcast System
- 1 Controller (color and manufacturer may vary)
- AC Adapter
- AV Cable or RF Switch
- Built-in 56K Modem