Yeah, the Dreamcast was great and sold okay while it was new. The Saturn is what killed Sega…terrible hardware (although I love it). They cut the Dreamcast’s life short, it was barely given a chance as far as console lifespans go: it sold 10 million in 2 years. The Gamecube sold 20 million but in 6 years, and oddly, barely anybody considers the Gamecube’s performance as bad as Dreamcasts (when in reality it did much worse).
I’ve always wondered why Apple’s allowed to call things unibody when they clearly are not (see all of their unibody products). My “Unibody” Macbook Air is NOT unibody at all…I felt slightly ripped off because I couldn’t find any pictures of the base online beforehand but I trusted them anyway (bad move). Even the iPhone isn’t “unibody” – the closest thing you can probably get is the HTC 8X or similar – no gaps anywhere apart from ports (obviously).