|Fast Facts on the Songa I|
Made by: Songa
The Songa I is a Sega Mega Drive console clone that was distributed in Brazil, Argentina and Uruguay. It is loosely based off the Japanese Sega Mega Drive I, though features slightly a different shell. It came with wired six button controllers.
The Songa I would be replaced by the Songa II, which shipped with wireless controllers and a different shell. Both were unlicensed consoles and were quickly disposed of by Sega's Brazilian distributor, Tec Toy.
This console has also been spotted as the Saba.