“Apple Computer introduced an updated version of its eMac desktop system Tuesday, adding a faster processor and DVD-burning capabilities,’ Matt Hines reports for CNET News.com. “The new model, a revamp of Apple’s top-end eMac, is the first of the line to offer the company’s SuperDrive DVD recorder/CD burner, and it features a 1.25GHz processor, a step up from Apple’s previous 1GHz machines. The upgraded eMac features 333MHz DDR memory, faster graphics and USB 2.0 ports. The computers will retail for $999, representing a drop of $100 off Apple’s current pricing for its most powerful eMacs. The company will continue to offer a $799 version of the desktop with a smaller hard drive and no SuperDrive.”
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MacDailyNews Take: What is going on at CNET? Apple introduced the eMac with SuperDrive on August 13, 2002. It took us less than 20 seconds to find this information online, yet CNET headlines their article about the new eMacs today with “Apple adds Superdrive to eMac line.” What are they doing over there now, just totally making stuff up? A little research goes a long way, CNET.