This is a list of Sega video game consoles.


  • Sega SG-1000: Available in limited markets
  • Sega SG-1000 II: Updated version of the SG-1000, includes a keyboard
  • Sega Mark III: Available in limited markets (Japan/Australia/New Zealand)
  • Sega SC-3000: A computer version of the SG-1000
  • Sega SC-3000H: An updated version with more RAM and keyboard (the original keyboard was of the low-end membrane type).
  • Sega Master System: Essentially the same as the Mark III only with a different name and a few minor adjustments
  • Sega Master System II: An update to the Master System with a new smaller redesigned frame, as well as inbuilt game "Alex the Kidd in Miracle World.
  • Sega Mega Drive: Known as the Sega Genesis in North America due to another company owning the Mega Drive trademark in that region.
  • Sega Mega-CD: Known simply as the Sega CD for the North American market, it allowed CD based games as well as Audio CDs to be played on the Mega Drive.
  • Sega 32X: Hardware update to the Mega Drive allowing 32-bit based games to be played
  • Sega Multi-Mega: a portable CD player with the functionalities of a Sega Mega Drive and Sega Mega CD. Following the Mega ... brands, its name was Multi-Mega in most of the world and Genesis CDX in North America.
  • Sega TeraDrive: A 16-bit PC with an integrated Mega Drive. Came with a Software Development Kit to allow creation of Mega Drive games. The system was only released in Japan.
  • Sega Neptune: A Sega Mega Drive/32X hybrid. It never passed the prototype stage. Only two empty cases are known to exist.
  • Sega Saturn: Sega's other 32-bit console released before the 32X in Japan, but after the 32X in North America and Europe.
  • Sega Dreamcast: First 128-bit (sixth generation) console, also Sega's last console.
  • Sega Pico: an educational gaming system.
  • Sega Advanced Pico Beena: Successor of the Sega Pico
  • Amstrad Mega PC: Although not actually produced by Sega themselves, the Mega PC is Amstrad's version of the TeraDrive for European and Australian markets, thus includes electronics for Sega's Mega Drive console built-in.