|Production start (mm-yyyy)||10 - 1985||Production end (mm-yyyy)||-|
|RAM||8KB + 16KB VRAM||ROM|
|CPU||Z80A - 3.579 Mhz|
|Operating System||Sega BASIC (Optional)|
|Text (Cols x Rows)|
|Graphics||256x192@64 color. 256 sprites but only 64 simultaneous .|
|Sound||3 sound channels with 4 octaves + 1 noise (SN-76489 PSG)|
|Storage memory||Cartridge, MyCard|
|Serial port||Parallel port|
|Others port||Cartridge (44 pin), Card Catcher, RF, Audio/Composite video. Slot edge for expansion. 2 joysticks.|
|Original price||Currency original price||15000 YEN|
|Note||The Mark III is similar to the Mark II (SG-1000 II), with improved video hardware and more RAM.
It has a Hold button for pause the games.
This consolle is the third revision of the SG-1000. It was released to compete with the Nintendo Famicom (know as NES or Nintendo Entertainment System in Europe and America.
The Mark III was redesigned externally and released as Sega Master System in other markets. Internally was the same.
|Configurations||The cartridge slot is compatible with the SG-1000 and SG-1000 II. Also has built-in the Card Catcher for My Cards games.
The Mark III had available a FM Sound Unit that provided 9 FM channels.
It also had a Telecom Pack that provide a wireless conecction between the console and the TV.
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