If you wanted to play CD-ROM² games on your PC Engine, this was only half of the solution. In a bizarre move, NEC sold the CD-ROM² unit and the Interface Unit (a fancy name for a docking station) seperately. The IU was set up so that the CD-ROM² sat left to the PCE, and the IU itself featured a big plastic cover, to keep your investments safe and looking stylish (if hidden).

Later on, the Interface Unit was joined by the Karaoke system, making your whole setup about four times as big as one PCE system.

See also TG-CD & TG-CD+ Base.

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