The Amstrad Mega PC was not merely a computer or a gaming console; it was a hybrid device that offered the best of both worlds. Combining a fully functional personal computer with the capabilities of a Sega Mega Drive gaming console. The Mega PC’s dual-functionality allowed users to switch seamlessly between personal computing tasks and gaming experiences. The Mega PC was powered by an Intel 386SX processor, which was a mainstream choice during the early 90s. This processing power, combined with the device’s memory and storage capabilities, enabled users to perform various computing tasks. While the Amstrad Mega PC was not a mainstream succes mostly because of the high price, still the concept and approach had a very unique approach. None the less, IBM and SEGA launched the Sega TeraDrive two years earlier, but this model only included an Intel 80286 processor and only available in Japan. Sadly enough, the system proved unpopular with the Japanese market and ultimately failed. Because of this the system is very rare in Japan, but prices are still rising rapidly in the retro market because of high collector demand. In the end both projects never really succeeded because of high pricing and limited availability. None the less, the hybrids remain an intriguing historical curiosity, offering insights into how tech companies of the past envisioned the future of computing and entertainment.