|Related Models:||Astro City, Madonna|
|Dimensions:||660 (W) x 955 (D) x 1320 (H) mm|
|Monitor:||Nanao MS8-26, 26 in, 15/24 kHz|
|Rotatable:||Yes (no rotate mechanism)|
|Downloads:||AeroCity-Manual+2 AeroCity-Manual Article Flyer Flyer2 Flyer3 Flyer4 Flyer5 Flyer6 Flyer7|
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Description:Released in 1988, the Aero City is the machine that brought fame to Sega's City series. The basic control panel configuration did not change from the Aero Table 26, but because of its compact design it remained a fixture of game centers for a long time. Its other merits included a 26 inch monitor that was large for its time, and its easy operability. The machine was compact, but at 110 kg, it weighed 20 kg more than the Aero Table. The Aero City was also sold in yellow and green. This may have been an attemp to escape the dark and scary image of game centers that many people still held onto.
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Owner Registry: Robert Ivy, alien_mame, Mango
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