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|T-series code: T-388|
NEC (Nippon Electric Company) are a Japanese electronics firm, responsible for a number of parts used in Sega console and arcade hardware. NEC also released the PC-Engine/TurboGrafx-16, a rival to the Sega Mega Drive. NEC later published video games for Sega consoles.
NEC's in-house video game development team before the mid-1990s was called NEC Avenue; this was eventually consolidated with other software developers to form NEC Interchannel. Their NEC Home Electronics division was also responsible for developing and publishing video games during the NEC Interchannel years.
- 780C (version of Zilog Z80 CPU used in Sega Master System)
- µPD8255A (Programmable Peripheral Interface used in Sega OutRun hardware)
- µPD9004G (VDP graphics processor used in Master System II)
- µPD7759 (speech synthesis sound chip used in System 16B/16C, System C2 and Pico)
- μPD70616 (CPU used in Sega System 32)
- µD65654GF102 (sound chip used in MPEG sound boards for Sega Model 2C)
- µPD4168 (XRAM used in Sega Master System and Mega Drive)
- µPD41264 (VRAM used in Mega Drive)
- µPD4504161 (SDRAM used in 32X and Saturn)
- µPD481850 (SGRAM used in Saturn)
- µPD4811650 (SGRAM used in Sega Model 3)
- µPD432232 (Syncronous SRAM used in Sega Hikaru)
- µPD4564323 (SDRAM used in Sega NAOMI 2)
Softography (NEC Home Electronics)
- Seventh Cross Evolution (1998)
- Sengoku Turb (1999)
- Seventh Cross F.I.D. (1999)
- Industrial Spy: Operation Espionage (1999)
- Sengoku Turb: Fanfan I love me Dunce-doublentendre (1999)
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