Video game console developed by NEC in 1992 and released in America by Turbo Technologies Incorporated (TTi). Released in Japan as the PC Engine Duo. It's a hybrid system which accepts the regular card-size games of a TurboGrafx-16 and the CD-ROM games of a TurboGrafx-CD system. Duos are still highly sought by gamers and usually are never sold less than $100. It's still worth it, though, especially if you have extra money for games.

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