Mega Drive X
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|Mega Drive X|
|Manufacturer: Simba's Video Games, Dongguan Dewei Electronic Co., Ltd|
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The Mega Drive X is a unlicensed Sega Mega Drive clone manufactured by Simba's and later by Dongguan Dewei Electronic Co., Ltd. It was distributed in China, Russia and parts of Europe, and seems to have a shell based on the Genesis 3. It's compatible with the Master System Converter II. It comes with a manual in Russian, a power adapter, AV and RF (sometimes) cables, and two six-button turbo controllers. It has overclock, region, and hertz switches on the bottom. It's notable for having heavy input lag.
One variation has "16-Bit" printed on top, one has the Sega logo (made by Simba's), and one has nothing (made by Dongguan Dewei Electronic). One has an RF port, while the other does not. There are three box types (and another with just a spelling fix), the later, more common two seemingly correlating with the console-on-a-chip version and having Pokémon pictures on the side for some reason.
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- 1700 igr dlya Sega (RU) #1: "" (2003-xx-xx)