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Bandai Pippin Atmark

The Pippin, known in Japan as Pippin Atmark, and marketed as Pipp!n, was a multimedia platform designed by Apple Computer and produced by Bandai in 1995.

It was based on a 66 MHz PowerPC 603 processor, a 14.4 kbit/s modem and ran a stripped version of the System 7.5.2 operating system.

The goal was to create an inexpensive computer aimed mostly at playing CD-based multimedia titles, especially games, but also functioning as a network computer. It featured a 4x CD-ROM drive and a video output that could connect to a standard television display.

Our Pippin is the original Japanese release and is complete in its box.

This item is on long term loan to the museum from Jason Fitzpatrick.

Manufacturer: Bandai
Date: March 1995

Magazines RELATED to Bandai Pippin Atmark in our Library

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Edge - Issue 30 - March 1996 Future Publishing Mar 1996

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH19869. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

Bandai Pippin Atmark

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