Apple eMac G4/1.0 (ATI)

PowerMac4,4 - Model A1002 - EMC 1955

The eMac, short for education Mac, is a Macintosh desktop computer made by Apple Inc. It was originally aimed at the education market, but was later made available as a cheaper mass market alternative to Apple's second-generation LCD display iMac.

The eMac design closely resembles the first-generation iMac. Compared to the first iMac, eMacs feature a PowerPC G4 processor that is significantly faster than the previous generation G3 processors, as well as a 17-inch flat CRT display. Unlike the iMac G3, however, the eMac is not meant to be portable as it weighs 50 pounds and lacks a carrying handle

The Apple eMac G4/1.0 (ATI Graphics) features a 1.0 GHz PowerPC 7445 (G4) processor with the AltiVec "Velocity Engine" vector processing unit and a 256k on chip level 2 cache, 128 MB or 256 MB of PC133 SDRAM, a 60 GB or 80 GB Ultra ATA/66 hard drive (the low-end M9252LL/A revision introduced October 22, 2003 has a 40 GB drive), a tray-loading "Combo" or "SuperDrive" drive, ATI Radeon 7500 graphics with AGP 4X support and 32 MB of DDR SDRAM, as well as support for AirPort Extreme (not pre-installed) in an all-in-one case with a 17.0" (16.0" viewable area) CRT display (resolution support up to 1280x960 in 24-bit colour).

The eMac G4/1.0 (ATI Graphics) shipped with an ice white Apple "Pro" keyboard and mouse, and could be configured with either MacOS 9.2 or MacOS X 10.2* as the default operating system. Custom configurations also were available.

Introduction Date: May 6, 2003* Discontinued Date: April 13, 2004*
Processor Speed: 1.0 GHz Processor Type: PowerPC 7445 (G4)
Details: The PowerPC G4 includes the AltiVec "Velocity Engine" vector processor.
Processors: 1 Geekbench: 541
RAM Type: PC133 SDRAM Min. RAM Speed: 7 ns
Standard RAM: 128 MB, 256 MB Maximum RAM: 1 GB
Standard VRAM: 32 MB Maximum VRAM: 32 MB
Built-in Display: 17.0" Flat CRT Native Resolution: 1024x768*
Standard Optical: 8X "Combo Drive"* Standard Disk: None
Details: M8950LL/A shipped with a DVD-ROM/CD-RW combo drive that "reads DVDs at up to 8x speed, writes CD-R discs at up to 32x speed, writes CD-RW discs at up to 10x speed, [and] reads CDs at up to 32x speed", and M8951LL/A shipped with a DVD-R/CD-RW SuperDrive that "writes DVD-R discs at up to 4x speed, reads DVDs at up to 8x speed, writes CD-R discs at up to 16x speed,
Standard Modem: 56k v.92 Standard Ethernet: 10/100Base-T
Standard AirPort: 802.11b/g (Optional) Standard Bluetooth: None
USB Ports: 3 (1.1) Firewire Ports: 2 (400)
Incl. Keyboard: Apple Pro Keyboard Incl. Input: Apple Pro Mouse
Case Type: All-in-One Form Factor: eMac
Apple Order No: M8950LL/A* Apple Subfamily: eMac ATI
Apple Model No: A1002 (EMC 1955) Model ID: PowerMac4,4
Pre-Installed MacOS: 9.2.2* & X 10.2.5 (6J73) Maximum MacOS: X 10.5.8
MacOS 9 Support: Boot/Classic Mode* Windows Support: Emulation Only
All models are capable of using Mac OS 9 applications within the Mac OS X "Classic" environment provided with Mac OS X 10.4.11 "Tiger" and lower ("Classic" is not supported starting with Mac OS X 10.5 "Leopard").
Dimensions: 15.8 x 15.8 x 17.1 Avg. Weight: 50 lbs. (22.7 kg)
Original Price: US$999, US$1299*

Our machine is the A1002 EMC 1955 together with the original keyboard, mouse and documentation

Manufacturer: Apple
Date: 2003

Apple eMac G4/1.0 (ATI) Manuals:

Item Manufacturer Date
InterMedia Owners Guide 1989
eMac User Guide 2003

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This exhibit has a reference ID of CH21149. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

 

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