Thursday, September 3, 2009

The Most Advanced Games Console of the year 2000

The SEGA console Dreamcast was the most advance console which were released in Tokyo, J apan, November 20th 1998. It is a 128-bit, 200MHz game console which also had a 33.6-kbps onboard modem. The graphic engine of SEGA Dreamcast is capable of drawing greater than 3 MILLON polygons per second, and the maximum color capacity of the Dreamcast console is 16.77 mill colors. (This info was from the "Guinness World Records 2000: Millennium Edition)

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