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Sega gets back on the hardware horse with...portable PCs?


1:30 PM on 02.15.2013
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Wait, what? Not content with letting their mark on the hardware market fade into obscurity, Sega has teamed up with Japanese retailer Enterbrain to produce Sega flavored portable PCs.

This bizarre team-up has produced Mega Drive, Saturn, and Dreamcast colored machines, along with a general "Sega" themed piece of hardware. The specs for these machines can be found here.

I'm not a big fan of laptops or netbooks in general, but for the right price (right now they're going for ¥99,750 to ¥194,250), I'd easily pick up that Dreamcast one for pure novelty purposes.

[Retro Collect via NeoGAF]

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