Sega Vision

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Sega Vision device and box.

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The Sega Vision (unrelated to the Sega-Vision television set) is a handheld device manufactured by Sega Amusements Europe and first released in 2009.

Once rumoured to be Sega's return to the handheld video game console market, the Sega Vision is actually a media player, capable of running AVIs, MP3s, MP4s, and a variety of image and eBook/text formats. It can also receive radio and television signals, and as 2GB of on-board memory. The device is not sold in stores, but is instead only available through Sega's UFO catcher arcade machines.