Saturday, May 18, 2013

Sega SG-1000 II (Boxed)

Sega released the SG-1000 II, the aptly named successor to its earlier SG-1000, in 1984, and presented the world with a more, err, presentable and slightly better 8-bit console. You could actually find out much more about it by grabbing this boxed Sega SG-1000 II currently on auction @ eBay. Seller ships to the Americas, most of Europe, Asia and Australia.

The console is in full working order, seems to in a fine aesthetic condition and comes complete with its manual, two controllers and all the required cables and adapters.

4 comments:

  1. Very nice. Still saving up for my in-box SG-1000 one of these days though.

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    1. You sir are aiming for the best!

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    2. yeah - aiming is free. To bad hitting it costs a lot of $!

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