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+ - Former Sega employee reveals Sega Pluto prototype console->

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An anonymous reader writes "A new Sega console has been revealed, albeit it an old one that never made it past the prototype stage.

The console is called the Sega Pluto, and apparently only two prototype units were ever made. As for what’s inside the Sega Pluto, it looks to be a modified Saturn that includes the NetLink 28.8kbit/s modem as standard. It allowed Saturn consoles to be linked up using a dial-up connection for multiplayer gaming. A disc has also been found by another user that is an internal Sega Saturn CD-R that holds a terminal specifically for Pluto."

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