Don't family reunions bring a tear to your eye? Flickr user Matthew Pearce reunites a MacBook Air with its elder in the form of an eMate 300. He also takes a quick jab when he asks, "How can the MacBook Air be an 'ultraportable' when it doesn't even have a handle?" Good question.
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February 25th 2014 at 10:30am
Apple's new iMac is perhaps the sexiest desktop computer the company has ever made (the new iPad mini isn't too shabby either). But Apple hasn't always put out sleek and sexy products.
CNNMoney has compiled a list of the six ugliest Apple products of all time. Products that made the list incl...
October 30th 2012 at 12:30pm
Newton users, they are a crafty bunch. Nevermind the fact that Apple killed the Newton years ago, that doesn't stop the enthusiasts from tricking out their PDA of choice. The latest Newton 'hack' comes in the form of adding a WiFi card to an eMate.What will Newton users do next?[via MAKE: blog]
Here's a great shot of
three siblings. JoeBob posts a photo of his SE, original iPod and Newton eMate, which seems to be running Newtonworks
(?). Unfortunately, the SE is displaying the dreaded blinking question mark. Time to give that thing a little TLC,
Joey."Old Iron" posted by JoeyBob....
April 13th 2006 at 1:00pm
Has it really been 30 years since two buddies named Steve sold off their prized possessions (Woz's HP calculator and Jobs' VW van) to raise money and launch a company? Has it really been 30 years since the two Steves, tired of selling blue boxes, built the Apple I and began selling it for $66...
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Flickr user Henri has got a great set of vintage Apple products in his snapshot. Note the (blueberry?) iMac, the
Powerbook, Newton Message Pad, the Apple PowerCD with remote (wow), eMate, Color Classic and a Twentieth Anniversary
Mac. I must confess, I had never seen an Apple
January 26th 2006 at 7:00am
What do you do when you have a ton of spare parts from
Newton eMates lying around? Make a gutted eMate wall
clock of course!Andrew Peleikis of Canada had collected many eMates
from eBay for repair purposes. The extra parts--a logic board, a screen, and a battery--were enough to make a working, albei...
January 12th 2006 at 9:30am
If this large vintage collection
of Macs made its way into Dave's basement, I'm sure all the Newton-related items being offered up in this eBay
auction will also end up there. The complete collection of The
Newton Museum's stock is up for grabs and it's nothing if not a thorough collection. I mean,...
December 22nd 2005 at 12:00pm