Newton eMate 300

Newton eMate 300

The Apple Newton eMate 300 is a personal digital assistant device that was designed, manufactured, and sold by Apple from 1997 to 1998 as part of the Newton series. The device has been introduced on March 7, 1997 and its price started at $800. The all-new eMate features a 25 MHz ARM 710a RISC processor, 3 MB of RAM, 8 MB of ROM, 480 x 320 Screen, built-in keyboard, and powered by 4x AA batteries or an external power supply. This eMate has been discontinued on February 27, 1998.

Today Newton eMate 300 is 24 years old!

Newton eMate 300 General Information

Overview

IntroducedMarch 7, 1997
DiscontinuedFebruary 27, 1998
Model NumberUnknown
Order NumberUnknown
Price$800
ColorsDark Grey
Weight4 Ibs.
1.814 KG
Dimensions12” H x 11.4” W x 2.1” D
30.48 cm H x 28.95 cm W x 5.33 cm

Hardware

Processor

ProcessorARM 710a RISC
Processor Speed25 MHz
Architecture32-bit
Number of Cores1

Memory

ROM8 MB
RAM3 MB

Display

Input MethodeMate Pen
Resolution480 x 320

Expansion

Expansion Slots1 – PCMCIA-Slot I & II & III

Connections

Serial1 – Serial
1 – Newton InterConnect
Infrared1 – 115k with 3.3 feet (1 meter)
Audio In1 – 3.5-mm analog input jack
Audio Out1 – 3.5-mm analog output jack
1 – Built-in speaker

Keyboard

KeyboardBuilt-in keyboard with 77 (U.S.) or 77 (ISO) keys

Software

Original OSNewton OS 2.1 (EN)
Maximum OSUnknown

Power

BatteryNiMH rechargeable battery or external power supply
Battery Life12-28 hours

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