Press release

24 March 2000

Fuji Television Network to Launch TV With Dreamcast PowerVR Series2 Technology

Television Set Features Sega Dreamcast Technology For Game Play And Internet

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Imagination Technologies the international company that develops, licenses and supplies market-leading 2D/3D graphics, digital video, audio and speech technologies is pleased to report that CSK, Sega and Fuji Television Network (https://www.fujitv.co.jp) have announced a new multi function TV set incorporating PowerVR Series2 technology.

The system, called Divers 2000 Series CX-1, features inbuilt technology from Sega’s Dreamcast console including the PowerVR 2DC graphics processor designed by Imagination Technologies’ PowerVR Technologies division and manufactured by NEC.

Divers 2000 Series CX-1, which is fully compatible with Dreamcast software, will be available in May, exclusively in Japan, for 88,888 yen (approx. $830 USD).

Divers 2000 Series CX-1 features a 14inch television, the DreamEye Dreamcast digital camera and a Dreamcast keyboard and game-controller. All components are rendered in a stylish black colour. The system can run a custom version of the Microsoft WindowsCE operating system and is powered by a Hitachi SH4 200MHz CPU and PowerVR 2DC graphics processor with a high-density GD-Drive for games and CD playback. The system can also function with a Dreamcast modem for Internet access and features a dedicated MIDI connection for music devices.

Divers 2000 Series CX-1 can be pre-ordered by Japanese customers now on the Internet at www.d-max.net.

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