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SEGA Pluto

The SEGA Pluto was a prototype SEGA Saturn unit with a built-in Netlink modem to allow for dial-up internet connectivity. Only 2 prototypes were produced and both use the North American system BIOS, suggesting the SEGA Pluto was developed specifically for that region. The system was never mass-manufactured and released to the general public.

Pluto 01 has no SEGA Saturn branding on it, while Pluto 02 does. Pluto 01 became infamous after 2 auctions failed to meet the seller’s reserve, which was set much higher than anyone was willing to pay for it. The seller, known as Kidvid666, was criticised for being, “a greedy unrealistic hipster”. In reality, the seller was trying to raise funds to help his family.

The dimensions of the SEGA Pluto are reported to be 9″s x 3½”s x 14″s, comparable to a Mega Drive II connected to a Mega-CD II.

Images of Pluto 01

Images of Pluto 02

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