From the Australian Gaming Database
AU John Sands Electronics|
NZ Grandstand Leisure
|Launch RRP||NZ $NZ399|
|Successor||Sega Master System|
The Sega SC-3000 (short for Sega Computer 3000) was a home computer produced by Sega. It was distributed in Australia by John Sands Electronics and in New Zealand by Grandstand Leisure, who also handled the system's home console equivalent, the SG-1000.
- In New Zealand a magazine was also produced for a number of years "Sega Computer - The official magazine of the SEGA User Club of New Zealand". It was published by Grandstand Leisure for 11 issues, and Sega Software Support for a further 5 issues.