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The Pippin was Apple Computer's attempt to develop an inexpensive platform aimed mostly at playing CD-based multimedia titles, especially games, but also functioning as a network computer. Bandai was the primary distributor of the consoles, the Pippin Atmark in Japan and the Pippin @WORLD in the United States. Katz Media marketed a variant called the Katz Media Player for Canada and Europe.
Bandai officially abandoned the Pippin platform and closed its Bandai Digital Entertainment subsidiary on March 13, 1998, less than two years after it was launched.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 Morgenstern, David (1996-12-02). @World: Pippin shippin'. MacWeek. Archived from the original on 1996-12-20
- ↑ Burrows, Peter (1996-04-01). Apple's Pippin: A Pip--or a Pipsqueak?. BusinessWeek. Archived from the original on 1997-06-28
- ↑ Johnston, Chris (1998-02-27). Bandai Says Goodbye to Pippin. GameSpot.