Tweak3D heeft een artikeltje gepost over de Sega Droomkast. Dat ding heeft een of andere super Hitachi CPU die 3 maal zoveel floating point operations uit zou moeten kunnen voeren als een 450MHz PII. Het apparaat draait op WindoosCE, wat het erg simpel zou moeten maken om PC spellen naar de Dreamcast te porten:
Tweak3D: PC Conversion should be a piece of cake due to Windows CE support and a flexible graphics chipset: Given the DC's impressive graphical power, I'm keen to know whether we'll be seeing games like Half Life, Unreal Tournament, or Quake 3 on the DC; Is there any possibility of a mouse peripheral being released for the hardened FPS fans?
Stephen: I guess it's up to developers to come aboard and write games for the Dreamcast now, as the hardware and programming tools are ready and waiting. As mentioned, games like Half Life and Quake would run incredibly well on the Dreamcast, and the Neon 250 PC card proves that the Power VR chip has the visuals quality and power to make these games look absolutely fantastic. A mouse peripheral is not on the release schedule for Dreamcast at the moment, so I can't make any comment on its appearance in the near future. What I can say is that the Dreamcast's Universal Serial Bus could support such a peripheral, as well as other devices like the Iomega Zip drive, which is due for release in late '99.