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¥ Sony's PlayStation For Your Palm Sony has developed a palm-sized PDA able to run software downloaded from a PlayStation. Based on the PlayStation's memory card, the PDA uses a 32-bit RISC processor, a monochrome LCD (32 x 32 pixel) and an infrared communications port. The device, due in time for Christmas in Japan, has five input buttons and a reset button. ¥ Sega Brings 128 CPU To Arcades Sega may start selling arcade games based on a new high-performance 128-bit processor. The new CPU is expected to be the heart of the new Sega 128-bit system due in 1999. The new boards will cost ¥200,000

¥ Sony's PlayStation For Your Palm Sony has developed a palm-sized PDA able to run software downloaded from a PlayStation. Based on the PlayStation's memory card, the PDA uses a 32-bit RISC processor, a monochrome LCD (32 x 32 pixel) and an infrared communications port. The device, due in time for Christmas in Japan, has five input buttons and a reset button. ¥ Sega Brings 128 CPU To Arcades Sega may start selling arcade games based on a new high-performance 128-bit processor. The new CPU is expected to be the heart of the new Sega 128-bit system due in 1999. The new boards will cost ¥200,000

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