TecToy has released the official trailer for its limited edition Sega Mega Drive console, due for release in Brazil next year.
According to a pre-order listing for the unit, it is scheduled for release in June 2017, and will be priced at R$400, which is equivalent to around $125.
The limited edition Mega Drive console will be based on the design of the original Genesis/Mega Drive system, and will feature 22 built-in games and original controller, as well as a cartridge slot and a micro SD card reader to presumably play ROMs.
TecToy has been Sega’s official distributor in the country for nearly three decades, and is perhaps best known in recent years for starting the ‘console-on-a-chip’ craze that led to numerous Mega Drive clones being released around the world.
The company has confirmed that the console will, like its predecessors, integrate its processors onto a single chip, while it will also output only composite (RCA) video and audio.