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Sega 32X
TypeVideo game console add-on
GenerationFourth generation
DiscontinuedSeptember, 1995
Units soldAt least 600,000
CD-ROM with Sega Mega-CD/Sega CD
CPU2 × SH-2 32-bit RISC (23 MHz)
PredecessorSega Mega-CD

The Sega 32X is a game console first released by Sega in 1994. It was an add on for the Sega Mega Drive and was Sega's first console in the 32-bit games market. In Japan, it was called the Sega Super 32X. In North America, it was called the Sega Genesis 32X. In Europe and Australia, it was called the Sega Mega 32X.

The Sega 32X was an unpopular console and had poor sales, mostly due to there being only a handful of games made for it and because it was overshadowed by the Sega Saturn.