Sega Mega Drive Models
The Sega Mega Drive stands as Sega's most popular video games console, and variations of the unit are still being released today. There are several models of the console and it was frequently bundled with different games. This page has been split into different regions in the interests of simplicity.
These lists do not cover "consoles on a chip" - just official systems with cartridge slots. It also does not include hardware variations such as the Sega Mega Jet and Sega Nomad, "combo" systems such as the CDX, X'eye, Pioneer Laseractive and Aiwa Mega CD, or computers such as the Sega Teradrive, Amstrad Mega PC, al-Alamiah AX-330, al-Alamiah AX-660 or al-Alamiah AX-990.
|Sega Mega Drive Hardware|
|Console Variations||Japan | North America | Europe | Brazil | Asia | South Korea|
|Add-ons||Mega CD (Multi-Mega | Wondermega | CSD-G1M) | 32X (Mega CD 32X)|
|Controllers||Control Pad | Six Button Control Pad | 6 Button Arcade Pad | MK-1470|
|Network Services||Sega Channel | Sega Meganet (Sega Game Toshokan) | Tectoy Mega Net | TeleBradesco | XB∀ND|
|Misc. Hardware||4 Way Play | Action Replay | Game Genie | Mega Anser | Power Plug | StuntMaster | Super Multi-play |Team Player | Tototek MD-Pro|
|Unreleased Hardware||Floppy Disk Drive | Video Jukebox|
|Built-in Cartridge Hardware||J-Cart | Sonic & Knuckles Lock-On|
|Cartridge Chips||Sega Virtua Processor|
|Consoles on a Chip||Arcade Classic | Arcade Master | Arcade Motion Classic | Arcade Motion Dual | Arcade Nano Series | Arcade Portable | Arcade Ultimate | Genesis Gencore | GenMobile | Legends series | Mega Drive 3 (2000) | Mega Drive 3 (2007) | Mega Drive 3 (2008) | Mega Drive 4 | Mega Drive Twin Pads | Micro Drive | Sega Zone|