This 32-bit gaming system distinguished itself from its competitors with an optional adapter-like peripheral called the "Magical Shop Word Processor." This device used the cartridge slot for connection and also contained A/V input jacks, allowing the user to connect an external video source such as a VCR or DVD player. Using the built-in thermal printer, the user could then take input from the external video source and make it into a printable sticker. The printer also worked with on-screen game images.
- CPU is a 32-bit RISC SH-1.
- 24V external power supply.