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 By 1965, Rosen Enterprises had grown to a point where they operated over 200 [[arcade|arcades]] in Japan. That year, David Rosen sought a merger of Rosen Enterprises and Japan Entertainment Products. The resulting company, in which David Rosen was named chief executing officer, was named Sega Enterprises,​ after the trade name of Japan Entertainment Products. By 1965, Rosen Enterprises had grown to a point where they operated over 200 [[arcade|arcades]] in Japan. That year, David Rosen sought a merger of Rosen Enterprises and Japan Entertainment Products. The resulting company, in which David Rosen was named chief executing officer, was named Sega Enterprises,​ after the trade name of Japan Entertainment Products.
  
-==Hardware ​by Sega==+==Home video game and computer hardware ​by Sega==
  
 {| class="​wikitable"​ style=style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 2px" "​text-align:​center"​ width="​100%"​ {| class="​wikitable"​ style=style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 2px" "​text-align:​center"​ width="​100%"​
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 | style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | EU: 1993 | style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | EU: 1993
 | style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | Not Added Yet | style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | Not Added Yet
-| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | An [[Amstrad]] computer powered by an [[Intel]] 80386SX processor, 1MB of RAM, and an ISA card containing ​ [[Genesis|Mega Drive]] hardware. \\ The Mega Plus had a [[Cyrix]] Cx486SLC processor, 4MB of RAM, and an ISA card containing ​ [[Genesis|Mega Drive]] hardware..+| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | An [[Amstrad]] computer powered by an [[Intel]] 80386SX processor, 1MB of RAM, and an ISA card containing ​ [[Genesis|Mega Drive]] hardware. \\ The Mega Plus had a [[Cyrix]] Cx486SLC processor, 4MB of RAM, and an ISA card containing ​ [[Genesis|Mega Drive]] hardware. 
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 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | [[Sega PAC]] 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | JP/NA: 1993 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | Not Added Yet 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | A module for the [[LaserActive]] laserdisc video game system that allowed it to play [[Genesis|Genesis/​Mega Drive]] games, [[Sega CD|Sega CD/Mega CD]] games, and [[Sega PAC|Mega LD]] games.
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 | style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | September 9, 1999 | style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | September 9, 1999
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 +==Handheld video game hardware by Sega==
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 +| style="​background-color:#​ccffff;​ border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | Name
 +| style="​background-color:#​ccffff;​ border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | Year Released
 +| style="​background-color:#​ccffff;​ border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | Date Added to the Museum
 +| style="​background-color:#​ccffff;​ border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | Notes
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 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | [[Game Gear]]
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | JP: 1990 \\ NA/EU: 1991 \\ AU: 1992
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | Not Added Yet
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | Based on [[Sega Master System]] hardware with support for palettes with a wider variety of colors and stereo sound.
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 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | [[Pico]]
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | JP: 1993 \\ NA/EU: 1994
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | Not Added Yet
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | An educational portable video game system that was the first to utilize touch controls.
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 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | [[Visual Memory Unit]]
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | JP: 1998 \\ NA/EU/AU: 1999
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | September 9, 1999
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | Memory card for the [[Dreamcast]] that had a screen, a joypad, buttons, and also functioned as a portable video game system.
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 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | [[Advanced Pico Beena]]
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | JP: 2005
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | Not Added Yet
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | An educational portable video game system that is the successor to the [[Pico]].
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