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Sega VIC Dual

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Sega VIC Dual
Manufacturer: Sega
Release Date RRP Code
Arcade
JP
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Arcade
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The Sega VIC Dual (VIC standing for "Video Interface Chip"[n 1]) is an arcade system produced by Sega in 1977, and is the first Sega hardware to use the Zilog Z80 processor. Sound is handled by a discrete logic sound card which is unique to each game. Dual cabinets contained two games.

Technical specifications

List of games

Promotional material

Notes

  1. The "VIC" in the Commodore VIC-20 home computer (also supported by Sega) is also an abbreviation for "video interface chip", however this refers to the MOS Technology 6560 or 6561 microprocessor powering the unit, not the Z80 or Intel 8080 found in VIC Dual arcade hardware.

References

Sega Arcade Boards
Originating in Arcades
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Fonz Galaxian Zaxxon Appoooh X Board Model 2 Hikaru Atomiswave
Blockade G80 Hang-On / Space Harrier Model 1 H1 Model 3 NAOMI 2
VIC Dual System 1 System 24 NAOMI
VCO Object LaserDisc System SP
System 2 System 18
System 16
OutRun System 32
Gigas
Y Board
Based on Consumer Hardware
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SG-1000 System E System C Triforce Europa-R RingEdge 2
Mega-Tech System Sega Titan Video Chihiro Nu
Mega Play Lindbergh
RingEdge
RingWide
Hardware Series / Generations
1960s 1970s 1980s 1990s 2000s 2010s
Electro-mechanical systems Sega System series Sega NAOMI series
Discrete logic systems Super Scaler series Post-NAOMI systems
Pre-System boards Sega Model series