Advanced Pico Beena is an educational home console released only in Japan by Sega in 2005. The purpose of the console, like its predecessor, Sega Pico, was educational for children between 2 and 8 years old. Unlike Sega Pico however, the console released only in Japan. The games of the console, like Sega Pico also, was similar to picture books. The topics of the games are educational like intellectual, moral, physical, dietary and safety education. Even if there was no official discontinuation, no games were produced for Advanced Pico Beena until 2011. In 17 of July, 2008 a cheaper version of the console called Beena Lite was released.
Advanced Pico Beena was an improvement of the older model, Sega Pico. The console could be used without a Television, supports multiplayer mode using an additional stylus that could be bought separately, supports data saving in SD Cards, playtime can be limited by settings in the system and lastly, some games have adaptive difficulty, meaning that players with more skills can play the games in a more difficult mode to win.