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The Treamcast is an unlicensed Dreamcast clone manufactured by an unknown third party based in China. The machine uses actual Dreamcast hardware, but is presented in a smaller form factor with a built-in 5″ TFT display, internal speakers and a headphone jack. The goal of the system was to modify the design of the original Dreamcast to create a version of the system made for travel, hence the Treamcast name, which literally means ‘travel Dreamcast’. The console is region free and also supports mp3 and video CD formats. However, the console does have to be conneced to a power source to function. Treamcasts are available in white and black plastic and some models even have widescreen displays. Treamcasts are bundled with their own custom controllers based on SEGA Saturn controllers. However, any Dreamcast-compatible peripheral can be used with a Treamcast. Because the system is unlicensed, SEGA have often tried to block the sale of Treamcast consoles.


Hitachi SH-4 32-bit RISC @ 200 MHz

16 MB RAM, 8 MB video RAM, 2 MB audio RAM

100 MHz PowerVR2, integrated with the system’s ASIC

67 MHz Yamaha AICA with 32-bit ARM7 RISC CPU core, 64 channels

GD-ROM disc
Video CD
MP3 disc


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