- Pre-release modem 14,400 baud (bps), Product ID: PA-82007. (included with developer consoles or prototypes)
- Atmark Modem 14,400 baud (bps), Product ID: PA-82007. (included with most Pippin Atmark consoles)
- Atmark Modem 14,400 baud (bps), Product ID: PA-82010. (same as above, but sold separately in white or black)
- Atmark Modem 33,600 baud (bps), Family number: BDE-82017. (included with some Pippin Atmark consoles)
- @WORLD Modem 28,800 baud (bps), SKU: 42141. (included with some Pippin @WORLD console sets, manufactured by Motorola)
- @WORLD Modem 33,600 baud (bps), Product ID: PW-10013. (included with some Pippin @WORLD consoles, possibly in Japan)
The 14,400 bps modems did not include a separate power supply because they could draw 5 volts of DC power directly from the 9th pin of the GeoPort on Pippin consoles, even though they were not true GeoPort Telecom Adapters. On September 23, 1996, Bandai announced that Pippin @WORLD console sets shipped in the United States would include a re-branded 28,800 bps Motorola ModemSURFR, which came with its own separate power supply. On November 22, 1996, Bandai released 33,600 bps Atmark Modems which were GeoPort-powered and required no separate power supply. Some third party manufacturers, such as Global Village, also created conventional modems that could draw power from the 9th pin of GeoPort-equiped Macs to eliminate the need for a power supply.
The GeoPort on Pippin consoles could also support a GeoPort Telecom Adapter, which can emulate a modem, though at the expense of increased CPU overhead. Though Telecom Adapters were not included with Pippin consoles, many were shipped for Power Macintosh computers of the time. Use of a Telecom Adapter on a Pippin would require a "Pippinized" CD-ROM that includes software support for the GeoPort.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 Les modems de la Pippin (French) by Pierre Dandumont, Journal du Lapin. 2016-09-24.
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 Making a Universal Teleport Gold IIP modem. by James Lockman.
- ↑ Bandai Digital Entertainment bundles Motorola 28.8 modem with Pippin @World Internet TV appliance., BusinessWire. 1996-09-23.
- ↑ ATMARK MODEM (33,600bps) (Japanese), Atmark Channel. Archived 1997-06-29.
- ↑ GeoPort 'Modems' by Daniel Knight, Low End Mac. 1998-04-10.
- Pip PPP (@WORLD Dialer)