Pippin ethernet dock+wireless AppleJack

Pippin Atmark console with ethernet dock and wireless AppleJack controller.

Ethernet is a computer networking option that was available to Pippin consoles.[1]

The built-in Mini-DIN-8/9 serial ports of Pippin consoles were limited to LocalTalk networking speeds of up to 230.4 kbps.[2] Pippin expansion docks could add a RJ45 network port that was compatible with the 10BASE-T ethernet standard, capable of speeds up to 10 Mbps. However, such docks are extremely rare and most Pippin users connected to the internet through modems that were included with the console.[3]


  1. Pippin @World gets Ethernet by Tom Karlo, CNET News. 1997-05-21. Archived 2004-11-25.
  2. Macintosh Serial Throughput by Daniel Knight, Low End Mac. 1998-04-12.
  3. Les modems de la Pippin (French) by Pierre Dandumont, Journal du Lapin. 2016-09-24.

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