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Spurred on by the success of newcomer Sony in the video game market, Apple teamed up with Bandai to produce their own entrance, utilizing the same disc-based technology used by the PlayStation and Sega Saturn of the time. The Pippin was largely a stripped down Macintosh, running a modified version of Macintosh System 7.5. The Pippin would end as a commercial failure, having too high of a price at $599, and too few games available to warrant such an investment.

Description

  • Status: Discontinued
  • Availability date: Mar. 28, 1995
  • Price at launch: $599.00

Availability

  • Alias: MacJr, Pipp!n, Apple Pippin

Also Known As...

  • Color: Black, White
  • Exterior surface: Matte

Hardware

  • CPU brand: IBM
  • CPU model: PowerPC 603
  • CPU speed: 66 MHz
  • RAM: 5 MB

Performance

  • IR: Optional

Connectivity

  • Supported resolutions: 480p, 480i
  • Audio / Video playback: CD

Audio / Video

  • Audio / Video output: S-Video
  • Physical controller port(s): 2
  • Controller connection: Wired
  • Expansion slot: Yes

Ports

  • Internal storage: 128 KB

Storage

  • Game media: Disc

Software

  • Power supply: Integrated

Power

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