A former Sega employee has unveiled an un-released Sega console; the Sega Pluto.
While essentially a Sega Saturn with Netlink built in, the console features two controller ports, a flip-top drive bay, a cart slot, a power button, and the reset button. Only two prototype units seem to have ever been made, and the console still bears the Sega Saturn logo.
As stated in the post over at AssemblerGames:
“A little more background info — as most of you know, Sega is a company with a history of turmoil. Employee turnover is a sad theme, and the Sonic Reaper (as we call him) strikes all too frequently. As such, the past gets forgotten quickly — treasures from the previous generation are quickly cast aside, as a new regime tries to make a name for themselves (or justify their existence). As such, some of said treasures get left on laid-off-peoples’ desks. And in a beautiful twist of fate, this beauty ended up finding its way to my desk, and then in a box with the rest of my stuff when I left Sega.”