Saturn

Saturn ( Model : MK-80200A-50) - 02
	   
The Saturn was the first competitor to the Jag and came out at around
the same time as the Playstation.
Technically there was little to distinguish the three consoles other
than that the Sega and Playstation were CD Rom rather than the
cartridge consoles which gave them a bit of an advantage over the Jag,
who's cart size was the same as the SNES.
After the Jags demise, the Saturn was the only competition to the
Playstation and despite a brief and impressive struggle lost out to
that horrible Sony machine, mainly due to its being difficult to program
(apparently).
Despite this some great games were released for it including
Virtua Fighter 2, still argueably the best 3D beat em up of its generation. 

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Manufacturer Sega Name Saturn
Type Console Origine ???
Introduction Date ??? End of production ???
Built in Language ??? Keyboard None
CPU CPU 32bit RISC SH2 (28.6MHz, 25MIPS) x 2 Speed 28.6 Mhz
Coprocessor 32bit RISC SH1 (20.0MHz) Amount of Ram 16 Mb
Vram 12 Mb Rom ???
Text Modes ??? Graphic Modes 320 x 224
Colors 16.77 Million Sound 16 bit Stereo Sound, Audio DSP (32 Channel, 44.1KHz Frequency (CD Quality))
Size / Weight W:260 mm, L:230mm, H:86mm Built in Media Double Speed CD- ROM
I/O Ports cartridge connector; TV; 2 Joysticks; Expansion port OS -
Power Supply Internal Introduction Price ???
Sold ??? Serial Number 169108926
Other Extras None Bought Where Ebay
Bought When ??/??/2003 Condition Working
Price Paid ?? Specs of my Model -
Setup Today -

Bottom View

Back view Serial Number

	   
	   
Saturn-02:

This was bought on ebay (??/??/2003) for ?? + ?? shipping costs.
Also bought 2 Games (Tomb Raider & Worms) from the same guy (??).