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Sega's Dreamcast 

    Sega of America's highly-acclaimed Internet-ready videogame console system, Sega Dreamcast has been discontinued as of April 1st, but consoles & games are still available.

    Sega Dreamcast, features an advanced 128-bit architecture that was designed to evolve and grow with advances in technology and the changing needs of the consumer market. The Sega Dreamcast is built atop a 200MHz Hitachi SH-4 CPU and the NEC PowerVR 2DC 3D graphics chip, the most powerful 3D technology ever developed for a console system. the Hitachi SH-4 gives the Sega Dreamcast 15 times the power of a Sony PlayStation, 10 the power of a Nintendo 64 and four times the graphics processing power of the fastest Pentium II processor. 

    Sega Dreamcast was also the first console to enter the market with Internet capabilities. Its built-in 56k modem ensures full Internet functionality, including chat, e-mail and browsing through the sega Dreamcast Network, an online gaming portal accessible only through Sega Dreamcast. Sega introduced full online gaming for the system in early 2000. AT&T is a strategic partner and AT&T WorldNet Service is the preferred Internet service provider for Sega Dreamcast. 

    In addition to being the most powerful console in videogame history and the first to offer online features at launch, the Sega Dreamcast was the first to utilize hand-held gaming through its Visual Memory Unit (VMU), which allows players to swap games with friends in the home, arcade or head-to-head using two VMU's. A Sega Dreamcast exclusive, the credit card-sized VMU houses a built-in LCD screen that plugs into the control pad for use with Dreamcast games as a memory device or game-enhancing peripheral. The VMU can also be removed from the control pad for portable game play and for swapping game information with other Sega Dreamcast or VMU users. The unit features an 8-bit CPU and a monochrome LCD display. The VMU adds a whole new level of strategy to game play on Sega Dreamcast with two-screen gaming using a TV and the VMU. 

    Gamers can use the LCD to set up plays in sports games or plan secret attacks in RPG's without their opponent's knowledge. Players can even download special characters and game enhancing add-on from the Dreamcast Network to the VMU, or trade game information by connecting two VMU cards. The VMU is also a portable game device, complete with a directional pad, control buttons and a LCD game screen.   by Jarod Carey

Sega Dreamcast 
Console PRICE: $99.95

DESCRIPTION:  With stunning 3D graphics, 128-bit processing, and sophisticated 3D audio capabilities, Dreamcast delivers the most immersive and compelling gaming experience available. This ultimate game machine hooks you up to the world via a built-in 56K modem. Surf the web and battle it out in an online showdown.
    The Dreamcast hardware box includes Dreamcast console, 56K modem, one standard Dreamcast Controller, stereo A/V cable, power cable, ten-meter phone cable, Internet browser CD-ROM, game sampler CD-ROM, and instruction manual.