Thursday, August 25, 2011


Wow, we're sure glad we started cleaning up the warehouse. On top of finding two Factory Sealed NEC TurboExpress Handheld Systems we have now found 2 Factory Sealed NEC TurboDuo Consoles.

Everytime we open up another box of NEC video game goodness from the 90's are boss's smile lights up the room. Seems he had quite the video game love affair at the time with everything NEC.

Anyway, here's the pic of the two TurboDuo consoles. If we can ever pry these bad boys from our boss's hands we'll list them on ebay or sell them on our website.


The TurboDuo was a video game console released in the United States on October 10, 1992 at a pirce point of $299.99. The TurboDuo is essentially a combination of TurboGrafx-16 and TurboGrafx-CD hardware, plus the Super System BIOS + extra 192k RAM built-in to the motherboard. The TurboDuo was capable of playing standard audio CDs, CD+Gs, TurboGrafx TurboChips, Japanese and North American CD-ROM² (TurboGrafx-CD) and Super CD-ROM² titles.


CPU: 8-bit HuC6280A, a modified 65C02 running at 3.58 or 7.16 MHz (switchable by software). Features integrated bankswitching hardware (driving a 21-bit external address bus from a 6502-compatible 16-bit address bus), an integrated general-purpose I/O port, a timer, block transfer instructions, and dedicated move instructions for communicating with the HuC6270A VDC

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