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SG-1000/SC-3000 box variation
Post Posted: Wed Dec 08, 2004 5:54 pm
This is getting very hardcore... but if you are curious.
http://www.sg-1000.net/sg_box1.html
(page in Japanese, many pictures)

Three SG-1000 alternate boxes.
I knew about the two "main" ones, but the common version of the box has two alternate with a different screenshot and different fonts.
As if one was too easy to find.

Two different SG-1000-II boxes.

Two different SK-1100 boxes.

+ closeup pictures of prototype hardware/software from ads/boxes.
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Post Posted: Thu Dec 09, 2004 5:19 am
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> This is getting very hardcore... but if you are curious.
> http://www.sg-1000.net/sg_box1.html
> (page in Japanese, many pictures)

> Three SG-1000 alternate boxes.
> I knew about the two "main" ones, but the common version of the box has two alternate with a different screenshot and different fonts.
> As if one was too easy to find.

What, no Grandstand Sega 1000 pal variant? guess I'll have to pick up a cheap digicam someday, the ugly 3stripe-sega logo must be knowen to all
 
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Post Posted: Thu Dec 09, 2004 6:31 am
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> > Three SG-1000 alternate boxes.
> > I knew about the two "main" ones, but the common version of the box has two alternate with a different screenshot and different fonts.
> > As if one was too easy to find.

> What, no Grandstand Sega 1000 pal variant? guess I'll have to pick up a cheap digicam someday, the ugly 3stripe-sega logo must be knowen to all

Well, the website only mentions Japanese products. It doesn't show the plenty of SC-3000 variants released in France, Italia, New Zealand, Australia, etc.
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Post Posted: Sun Aug 24, 2008 2:38 pm
Bumping this thread to link to the SG1000 with black label mentioned some time ago in another thread:
http://smspower.org/forums/viewtopic.php?t=10346
That a total of 4 SG1000 boxes variants.
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Post Posted: Thu Jul 01, 2010 2:53 pm
Unfortunately the website SG-1000.net went down. Does anybody has a backup of it? I may have an old one.

Attaching some close-up pictures of the first edition SG-1000 in colored box.
This is the first ever released Sega system. :)
It's very cute, colorful and the back of the box is covered with Sega logos.
It's quite rare (way more uncommon than the "regular" grayish SG-1000 box).

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Post Posted: Mon Feb 09, 2015 3:56 pm
Bock wrote
Unfortunately the website SG-1000.net went down. Does anybody has a backup of it? I may have an old one.

Attaching some close-up pictures of the first edition SG-1000 in colored box.
This is the first ever released Sega system. :)
It's very cute, colorful and the back of the box is covered with Sega logos.
It's quite rare (way more uncommon than the "regular" grayish SG-1000 box).


I got 2 variations.
The first one I got is the regular box but came with black label SG-1000.
Then I got the second one came with big colorful box showing black label console on the top but actually came with regular blue label console.

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