WebTV for Dreamcast is a Japanese-only disc that allowed users of Microsoft's WebTV service to access the Internet from their Sega Dreamcast. The service, which debuted in Spring 1999, used the Windows CE capabilities of the Dreamcast to run a version of Internet Explorer 2.0. At the time of its release, the WebTV browser was an improvement over Sega's bundled Dream Passport software. By the release of Dream Passport 3, however, the Sega browser became more capable than WebTV. A later version of the WebTV disc included 128-bit SSL capabilities which were not present on the launch disc.
In total, there are four known WebTV for Dreamcast variants, each with their own user agent:
As the software requires a Japanese WebTV account, which are no longer available, the service can no longer be used on a Dreamcast.
|Sega Dreamcast Hardware|
|Dreamcast Variations||Special Dreamcast Models|
|Console Add-ons||Dreamcast Karaoke | Dreameye|
|Game Controllers||Controller | Arcade Stick | Fishing Controller | Gun (Dream Blaster) | Racing Controller | Maracas | Twin Stick | Keyboard | Mouse|
|Controller Add-ons||Jump Pack (Third Party) | Microphone | VMU (Third Party)|
|Controller Connectors||DC Tsunaident 123 | Dream Connection 2 in 1 | Dream Connection 4 in 1 | Dream Connection II | Super Converter 3 | Total Control | Total Control 2 | Total Control Plus | Total Control 3 | Total Control 5|
|Development Hardware||Dreamcast Dev.Box | Controller Box | Sound Box | GD-Writer | C1/C2 Checker | Dev.Cas | Dreamcast GD-ROM Duplicator|
|Online Services/Add-ons||Dreamarena | SegaNet | WebTV for Dreamcast | Modem | Modular Cable | Dreamcast Modular Extension Cable | Broadband Adapter|
|Connector Cables||5-Pin Cable | Audio Cable | RF Adapter | Scart Cable | Stereo AV Cable | VGA Adapter|
|Misc. Hardware||Action Replay | Code Breaker | Kiosk | MP3 DC | MP3 DC Audio Player | Treamcast|
|Unreleased Accessories||Dreamcast DVD Player | Dreamcast Zip Drive | Swatch Access for Dreamcast | VMU MP3 Player|