Wednesday 24 September 1997 | 00:00 CET | News
Sega Enterprises plans to launch its Pico toy computer in Taiwan and Indonesia later in 1997, and expects to achieve combined sales of 330k units in the two countries by 2000. Sega, which has sold 1.4 mil Pico machines in its domestic market, expects that Asian demand for children's computers will be high, as PC-related education begins to spread.

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