A 6-pack of
CD-ROMs bundled with the special " Network set" of the Pippin Atmark console. Bundled discs were packaged by Bandai Digital Entertainment with Pippin Atmark consoles in Japan and Pippin @WORLD consoles in the United States.
Macintosh-themed magazines, such as or Mac Fan , have bundled MacUser demo discs with coverage about the Pippin platform in Japan.
A 4-pack bundled with the "
Pippin Atmark body set".
In December 1995,
Bandai manufactured 3,000 Pippin Power Player prototypes for development; many were bundled with a pre-release set of demonstration and beta software.
Bandai launched the
Pippin Atmark on March 28, 1996 through 300 retailers with a special " Network set" (「ネットワークセット」) containing a modem and 6 bundled CD-ROMs for JP¥ 64,800. 
A lower-priced base "
Pippin Atmark body set" (「ピピン＠アットマーク」「本体セット」) was introduced on June 15, 1996 with 4 bundled CD-ROMs plus a bonus disk of for JP¥ 49,800; an Atmark Network CD-ROM set "optional internet kit" (「別売インターネットキット」) was available for JP¥ 5,800. PEASE 
United States Edit
Katz Media Player disc
Katz Pippin Demo CD 2.0
Katz Pippin Demo CD
being loaded into a
Pippin @WORLD Basics
Introductory demonstraton of console features.
TV Works (Pippin @WORLD)
English demonstration of Paint Word Mail productivity suite.
Let's Play Apple Pippin Bundle (partie 1)
Let's Play Apple Pippin Bundle (partie 2)
Pippin Developer Newsletter No. 4 (Japanese), Atmark Channel. 1996-01-10. Archived 1998-05-08.
Pippin News: Bandai Takes Responsibility for Pippin Developer Support in the United States, The Apple Pippin Market Development Group. 1996-09-01. Archived 1997-04-14. ↑
Spec. by chemy cano, Pipp!n@Archive (Japanese). Archived 2007-02-05. ↑
ピピン＠アットマーク店頭販売、単体販売開始!!, Bandai Digital Entertainment (Japanese, Shift JIS). Archived 1997-10-25.
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