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Mega Drive consoles in Northern Europe

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Baltic States

Steepler and Dendy

In addition to the official products, it was possible to buy Mega Drive from Steepler and later from Dendy. Some of them came from the original sources, for example from Buka and Nissho Iwai, and some were imported from other countries or created as a maple.

Box Name Date & Price Console Label Hardware Software Documentation
MD2 Steepler Box Back.jpgMD Steepler.jpeg
Mega Drive II (1994)
Megadrive2.jpg


MD2 Steepler Box Back2.jpgMD Steepler3 ver 3.jpg
Mega Drive II (1994)
Megadrive2.jpg
MD2 Steepler 2 manual.jpg


MD2 RU Box Back Steepler Dendy.jpgMD2 Asia Buka RU box front.jpg
Mega Drive II (Import from Buka) (1995)
Megadrive2.jpg
Sega RU Catalogue 2.jpg
Sega RU Catalogue.jpeg


MD2 RU Box Back Steepler Dendy.jpgMD2 Dendy RU front.png
Mega Drive II (Import from Buka) (1997)
Megadrive2.jpg


MD2 RU Box Back Steepler Green.jpgNospine-small.pngMega Drive Steepler2 ver2.jpg
Mega Drive II (1994)
Megadrive2.jpg
MD2 Steepler Green manual.jpg
Manual


MD2 RU Box Back Steepler Green.jpgNospine-small.pngMD2 Box Front Asia Green PAL.jpg
Mega Drive II
Megadrive2.jpg


Original consoles

The first original consoles could only be purchased from Buka and Vilandra (Lithuania).

Box Name Date & Price Console Label Hardware Software Documentation
MD2 RU Box Back Steepler Dendy.jpgMD2 Asia Buka RU box front.jpg
Mega Drive II [1] LV,EE:(1995)
LT:(1997)
Megadrive2.jpg
Sega RU Catalogue 2.jpg
Sega RU Catalogue.jpeg


Mega Drive II (1995)
Megadrive2e.jpg
MD2 Manual HU PL RU.jpg
Manual


Denmark

Box Name Date & Price Console Label Hardware Software Documentation
Mega Drive (1993)
Megadrive1e.jpg


Nospine-small.png
Mega Drive II
Megadrive2e.jpg


Finland

Box Name Date & Price Console Label Hardware Software Documentation
Mega Drive
Megadrive1e.jpg


Mega Drive II (199x)
Megadrive2e.jpg


Iceland

Box Name Date & Price Console Label Hardware Software Documentation
Mega Drive (Tölvuland distribution) (199x)
Megadrive1e.jpg


Mega Drive (Japis distribution) (1993)
Megadrive1e.jpg


Mega Drive II (Japis distribution)
Megadrive2e.jpg


Norway

Box Name Date & Price Console Label Hardware Software Documentation
Mega Drive (199x)
Megadrive1e.jpg


Mega Drive II (199x)
Megadrive2e.jpg


Sweden

Box Name Date & Price Console Label Hardware Software Documentation
Mega Drive (199x)
Megadrive1e.jpg
Brio AB Svarspost SE.jpg
Svarspost


Mega Drive II (199x)
Megadrive2e.jpg
Brio AB Svarspost SE.jpg
Svarspost


Unknown

References


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Development tools ERX 308P | ERX 318P | Sprobe | SNASM68K | SNASM2 (Mega Drive) | SNASM2 (32X)
Unreleased Floppy Disk Drive | Mega Play 1010 | Sega VR | Video Jukebox