The M2, essentially 3DO 2, never managed to get itself produced, despite actually being an almost finished system, that already had more than a few games under development. Bits of the M2 technology were instead utilized in such rare systems as the 3DO FZ-35S by Panasonic. The FZ-35S was built to the M2 spec sporting dual PowerPC 602 CPUs, but with a whopping 16MB of RAM, a DVD drive and networking capabilities.
The machine is of course both rare and expensive, but you should really try your luck on this Panasonic M2 System 3DO FZ-35S auction. The system is a fully functioning 3DO M2, that impressively comes with two software disks: an original Pontiac 'kiosk' DVD, and a beta version of 3DO Studios' IMSA Racing - a fully working, playable prototype game. Seller ships to most parts of the world, and includes the system's box, manual, power lead and its mouse.