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The Songa I is a Sega Mega Drive console clone that was distributed in Brazil, Argentina and Uruguay. It is loosely based off the Japanese Sega Mega Drive I, though features slightly a different shell. It came with wired six button controllers.
The Songa I would be replaced by the Songa II, which shipped with wireless controllers and a different shell. Both were unlicensed consoles and were quickly disposed of by Sega's Brazilian distributor, Tec Toy.
This console has also been spotted as the Saba in South America and as the SB-16C by Subor in Russia.