- n. trademark, computing A line of low-end computers made by Apple Inc.
- Short for education Mac. (Wiktionary)
“If he wants something cheaper, I would recommend an eMac, which is Apples low end but still great computers.”
“I love Apple; my eMac is still running strong but there is certain point where all the speculation is a bit much for something that is just a phone.”
“I use Apple Logic Pro 8 recording software on a MacBook (this is a new purchase, the first 12 sci-fi songs were recorded on an old eMac).”
“Several weeks ago, my five year old eMac pretty much gave up the ghost.”
“I installed the Sonos software on an old eMac I keep running in the laundry room.”
“Some, might not be all of us would be very lucky to afford a Mac, or course, with the recent announcement of newer batch of Macs with Intel processor, it proved to be somehow a better buy. eMac”
“Locate this switch on the bottom right side of your eMac”
“Therein the Prequel: I'm here at my uncle Tony's house right now and I'm useing his eMac to blog with and this thing is my test computer (for when I get a Mac) so I know what every thing looks like and stuff and I've came to this conclusion ... it's slow, old, and slow.”
“Me: owns MacBook Pro, MacBook, eMac, and a little Zen.”
“Just four months after Jobs' declaration, Apple brings out the eMac, a 17-inch flat CRT powered by a G4 processor that's pitched at the education market.”
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