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====Sega PAC (PAC-S10 / PAC-S1)====
 
====Sega PAC (PAC-S10 / PAC-S1)====
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*Pioneer Electronics (USA) and [[SEGA|Sega Enterprises]] released this module that allows users to play 8-inch and 12-inch LaserActive Mega LD discs, in addition to the hundreds of existing [[Sega CD]] and Genesis titles, as well as standard [[CD+G]] discs. It comes with the usual [[Sega Mega Drive/Genesis|Mega Drive/Genesis]] controller pad signed with a gold Pioneer LaserActive logo on it. The retail price was US$ 600.
 
*Pioneer Electronics (USA) and [[SEGA|Sega Enterprises]] released this module that allows users to play 8-inch and 12-inch LaserActive Mega LD discs, in addition to the hundreds of existing [[Sega CD]] and Genesis titles, as well as standard [[CD+G]] discs. It comes with the usual [[Sega Mega Drive/Genesis|Mega Drive/Genesis]] controller pad signed with a gold Pioneer LaserActive logo on it. The retail price was US$ 600.
   
 
====NEC PAC (PAC-N10 / PAC-N1)====
 
====NEC PAC (PAC-N10 / PAC-N1)====
[[File:PAC-N1.jpg|230px|right]]
 
 
*Pioneer Electronics (USA) and NEC Home Electronics released this module that allows users to play 8-inch and 12-inch LaserActive LD-ROM2 discs, as well as current TurboGrafx CD-ROM discs, game HuCards and CD+G discs. It comes with the usual [[TurboGrafx-16/PC Engine]] controller pad signed with a gold Pioneer LaserActive logo on it. The retail price was US$ 600.
 
*Pioneer Electronics (USA) and NEC Home Electronics released this module that allows users to play 8-inch and 12-inch LaserActive LD-ROM2 discs, as well as current TurboGrafx CD-ROM discs, game HuCards and CD+G discs. It comes with the usual [[TurboGrafx-16/PC Engine]] controller pad signed with a gold Pioneer LaserActive logo on it. The retail price was US$ 600.
   
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====Computer Interface PAC (PAC-PC1)====
 
====Computer Interface PAC (PAC-PC1)====
 
*The Computer Interface PAC has an RS-232 port, enabling the CLD-A100 to be controlled by a custom software developed for a home computer. The PAC came with a 33-button infrared remote control providing more functionality than the 24-button remote included with the CLD-A100. It also included a computer program called LaserActive Program Editor on floppy disk for DOS and Mac OS.
 
*The Computer Interface PAC has an RS-232 port, enabling the CLD-A100 to be controlled by a custom software developed for a home computer. The PAC came with a 33-button infrared remote control providing more functionality than the 24-button remote included with the CLD-A100. It also included a computer program called LaserActive Program Editor on floppy disk for DOS and Mac OS.
 
 
===LaserActive 3-D Goggles===
 
===LaserActive 3-D Goggles===
 
*The LaserActive 3-D Goggles (model GOL-1) employ an active shutter 3D system compatible with at least four 3D-ready LD-ROM software titles: ''3-D Museum'' (1994), ''Vajra 2'' (1994), and ''Virtual Cameraman 2'' (1994), and ''3D Virtual Australia'' (1996). ''3D Virtual Australia'' was the last software title published for the LaserActive.
 
*The LaserActive 3-D Goggles (model GOL-1) employ an active shutter 3D system compatible with at least four 3D-ready LD-ROM software titles: ''3-D Museum'' (1994), ''Vajra 2'' (1994), and ''Virtual Cameraman 2'' (1994), and ''3D Virtual Australia'' (1996). ''3D Virtual Australia'' was the last software title published for the LaserActive.
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