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Wiki Entry: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sega_Nomad

The Sega Nomad (also called Sega Genesis Nomad or just Nomad) was a handheld game console sold for the North American consumer market which played Mega Drive/Genesis game cartridges. The system was similar to the Japanese Sega Mega Jet, but featured a built-in color screen; the Mega Jet needed a separate monitor. The Nomad was never officially released in PAL territories such as Europe and Australia, though the unit retained its PAL/NTSC switch on the internal board. It was released in Japan after a delay as the Mega Jet was already being sold in Japanese retail stores. The Nomad is one of the few Sega systems that can play most games regardless of region without an adapter. Its codename during development was Project Venus, as per Sega's policy at the time of codenaming their systems after planets.

Processor: Motorola 68000 16 bit processor running at 7.67 MHz
Co-processor (Sound Controller): Zilog Z80 8-bit at 3.58 MHz
Memory: 156KB total - 64 KB Main RAM, 64KB VRAM, 8KB Sound RAM. 20 Kb ROM
Display Palette: 512
Onscreen colors: 64
Maximum onscreen sprites: 80
Resolution: 320 × 224
Sound: Yamaha YM2612 6 channel FM, additional 4 channel PSG. Stereo sound. Also Texas Instruments SN76489 PSG (Programmable Sound Generator)
Display: Integrated CSTN LCD at 320 x 224
Power Rating: 9V 850mA (same as Genesis/Mega Drive model 2)

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Song Title Artist Song Length Status Vote Queue Last Request
Handheld » NomadA Nocture For Necromancy flag Little-Scale (Sebastian Tomczak) 4:17 Active 4.0 l Locked 2019-01-01
Handheld » NomadFlowers flag Little-Scale (Sebastian Tomczak) 2:33 Active 4.4 Log in to queue 2018-12-09
Handheld » NomadI Am Still Breathing flag Little-Scale (Sebastian Tomczak) 1:56 Active 3.7 l Locked 2019-01-18
Handheld » NomadKinetic Energy flag Little-Scale (Sebastian Tomczak) 2:26 Active 3.6 l Locked 2018-12-29
Handheld » NomadMonoculture flag Little-Scale (Sebastian Tomczak) 1:50 Active 4.0 Log in to queue 2018-06-25
Handheld » NomadMulti-Dimensional Plastics flag Little-Scale (Sebastian Tomczak) 0:51 Active 3.0 Log in to queue 2017-12-30
Handheld » NomadMy Heart Is Forever Collapsing flag Little-Scale (Sebastian Tomczak) 1:55 Active 4.5 Log in to queue 2018-12-30
Handheld » NomadUp Against The Wall flag Little-Scale (Sebastian Tomczak) 3:08 Active 4.2 Log in to queue 2018-12-21