Keyboards were manufactured by Bandai for Pippin consoles and were connected through the AppleJack (P-ADB) port. These keyboards featured a digitizing tablet with stylus.[1] Its clamshell design allowed it be closed after use.[2]

An adapter dongle could also be used to connect a Macintosh ADB keyboard to a Pippin console.[3] Likewise, a Pippin keyboard and tablet could be used on a Mac through a corresponding adapter and system extension.[4]

Keyboard modelsEdit

  • Atmark Keyboard (white), Product ID: PA-82003. (sold separately for Pippin Atmark)
  • @WORLD Keyboard (black), Model No: PW-10003. (very rare, included with some Pippin @WORLD sets)[1][5]



  1. 1.0 1.1 Pippin @WORLD User's Manual p.33, Bandai Digital Entertainment. 1996.
  2. Bandai Pippin Image Archive, The Mac Geek.
  3. Demystifying the Bandai Pippin Developer Dongle, Peter Wong. 2010-04-29.
  4. The Pippin keyboard / tablet on a Mac (French), Le Journal du Lapin. 2016-07-11.
  5. Testing the Apple Pippin: Part 2. by xsuicidesn0wmanx, Gamelust. 2016-08-09

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