1995 – Sega launches the Saturn video game console in the US. The 32-bit Cartridge loading system contained the 2 x Hitachi SH-2 32-bit RISC (28.6 MHz). It was launched in Japan and Europe earlier in the year, but didn’t hit the US until this date.
This Day in Tech History podcast show notes for September 2
You could get the system with Virtua Fighter for $399. Below is the teaser commercial for the game system.
Other items in Day in Tech History:
- Ultima I released
- The first Interface Message Processor is connected to the ARPANET
- eBay stops an auction of a human kidney
- Both the VHS (1983) and the CD-Video (1987) were introduced