From Sega Retro
The unit is made up of two components - an Aiwa bookshelf-size CD radio and a dock which added the Mega Drive connections (apart from sound, which the main radio unit handled.) Oddly, Aiwa chose not to place the interface between the two on the sides that would connect, but instead opted to use a connection cable on the back. This variant of the Mega Drive is one of the rarest made, and only saw limited release in Japan in 1994.
The unit wrestling with a Sega 32X. Due to the shape of the add-on, it is impractical to stand the system up normally.
- http://black16bit.pixnet.net/blog/post/65506396 (Wayback Machine: 2017-08-11 12:24)
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