"The Bandai Pippin was a multimedia platform designed by Apple Inc. (then Apple Computer, Inc.) and produced by Bandai in the mid 1990s."
It was based around a 66-MHz PowerPC 603 processor, a 14.4 kbit/s modem and ran a stripped version of the System 7.5.2 operating system. The goal was to create an inexpensive computer aimed mostly at playing CD-based multimedia titles, especially games, but also functioning as a network computer. It featured a 4× CD-ROM drive and a video output that could connect to a standard television monitor. The platform was named for the Newtown Pippin, an apple cultivar, related to the McIntosh apple (which is the origin of the name Macintosh).
Voici un lien qui présente bien la première console de jeux signé Apple, sympa !