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The compatibility of the Gen-X Dual Station is fairly good (more than the GN Twin), and is compatible with the Master System Converter II. There also appears to be another revision called the "Gen-X Hybrid Twin Console" produced by Retro-bit. This revision lacks the "Gen-X" label on the front, but otherwise looks identical; no shots of the actual console from this revision are known to exist. This revision also is not compatible with any other controller aside from the ones packaged with it, due to the shape of the controller port.
There are many variants distributed by different companies. Some versions have a 72-pin Nintendo Entertainment System cartridge slot, and some versions have a 60-pin Famicom cartridge slot.
|Mega Drive, US (Gen-X Dual Station)|
|Unlicensed Sega Mega Drive hardware|
|Mega Drive | Mega Drive 2 | Genesis 3 | "Mini" models | "PlayStation" models | Others|
|1990s||AX-660 | AX-990 | EZcom | Game Dunk | HK-986 | KW-501 | Megavision | Modern Mate | New 16 Bit | SB-16C | Songa II | Super 16 Bit | TW-168|
|2000s||C-11 | Dual Action | e-time Game Play | GN Twin | Mega Drive Extreme | Mega Drive III | Mega Drive V | Noritul FX-16 | RetroN 3|
|2010s||Fei Hao HD Retro Game | Hamy SD | MD Compact | MegaRetroN HD | Minigen | Minigen HD | RetroN 5 | Super Retro Trio | Super Retro Trio Plus|
|Clone console "families"|
|Magistr Drive | Maniac Drive | Super Drive | "Young" series|
|HG-806 | Mega Drive Portable | Pocket MD | RetroGen|