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Bandai Digital Entertainment is adding Ethernet connectivity to its Pippin @World, a device that works with a computer monitor or television to provide Internet or intranet access. The Ethernet docking station, scheduled to ship by midyear, lets the device also connect to local area networks. A Pippin @World bundled with an Ethernet docking station will cost $695. The docking station alone will cost $139 each if the customer buys at least 100 units.