Looks like a PC to me...M2?

Discussion in 'Console Technology' started by sir doris, Aug 28, 2004.

  1. sir doris

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    So is it an M2, 3do, or a CD-i?
     
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    'Panasonic'

    I don't think they made CD-I and 3DO ;)
     
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    Or maybe i didn't understand what you meant?
     
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    Woa, my previous sentence has some messed up construction and content, sorry. :oops:

    What I meant was that it is a M2 PANASONIC FZ35-S (according to seller), so it's not a Panasonic made CD-I or 3DO.
     
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    That looks like my m2 . So i think its real .
     
  7. sir doris

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    Wow JVD, I didn't even know they made any M2 chips let alone the finished product. Is there any software, near finished games, does it even have a joypad? :D
     
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    There were a couple of finished games and hardware, which made it out in limited quantities as arcade units and devkits, (I've seen the shell with the controller, but don't know if anyone has a full, final unit). Every now and again you'll see one on ebay.
     
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