Game Gear

Game Gear - 01
	   
In the early 90's, Sega decided that they wanted to produce a portable
console to compete with the current systems.
Deciding that a color display would be more attractive to gamers then the
Game Boy's grey scale display, Sega developed and released the Game Gear
in late 1991.
The Game Gear was in fact a portable version of the Sega Master System
with boosted graphical capabilities. 
	   

Manufacturer Sega Name Game Gear
Type Hand-Held Console Origine ???
Introduction Date 1990 End of production ???
Built in Language ??? Keyboard None
CPU Zilog Z80 Speed 3.58 Mhz
Coprocessor ??? Amount of Ram 24 Kb
Vram ??? Rom ???
Text Modes ??? Graphic Modes 256 x 192
Colors 64 Sound 3 voices
Size / Weight ??? Built in Media Cartridges
I/O Ports cartridge connector; power supply connector OS -
Power Supply External Introduction Price ???
Sold ??? Serial Number ???
Other Extras Boxed, 3 games Bought Where Impe
Bought When June 01, 2002 Condition Excellent
Price Paid 35 Specs of my Model -
Setup Today -

Boxed The Game Gear in Action

Front View Back View

Testing the Game Gear Test Passed !

	   
	   
Game Gear-01:

Bought via an auction site on 01/06/2002 in Impe (near Aalst)

35  for the Game Gear, Adaptor and 3 games
(Sonic, Chuck Rock and Deep Duck Trouble).
I already bought two games (Sonic 2 and Crimal Rage) on a flea market
in Antwerpen.