Unlicensed Mega Drive clones (Keyboard models)
From Sega Retro
Educational Mega Drive consoles got second life in early 2000s, when bootleg sellers wanted to compete with 8-bit Nintendo educational computers clones. Most of these clones was intended for Chinese, Russian and CIS markets, where Sega was still popular.
New Star FDC-2000
Chinese clone using both cartridges and floppy disk, released around May 1995 by Tianjing Newstar Electronics., Ltd. (天津市新星电子) for the price of ¥1800. The console was unsuccessful because of its high price.