Macbook Pro Touchscreen

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  1. Kasaki

    Kasaki Member

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    http://www.trolltouch.com/
    This site seems amazing , is this really possible to make macs touchscreened, I have no ipod touch or iphone so I have no clue as to how it would work
  2. Blake

    Blake Super Moderator Emeritus

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    I have no clue...
    But what the hell is an apple eMac?
  3. Kasaki

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    lol, I believe it is an old model?
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    Blake Super Moderator Emeritus

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    Lol...
    I just started getting interested in apple about 4-5 years ago...
    So I didnt know lol...
  5. ramcosca

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    <n00b bash edited, taken out>

    eMacs were the first "affordable" Apple computers to include a G4 processor in them. They were available for the first time as an education-exclusive computer, hence the eMac name: education Mac. They were based off the first-generation iMac computers, except with an all-white non-see-through external shell and a flat 17" CRT instead of a non-flat 15" one.

    Damn, I can't believe I have such a good memory for tech stuff sometimes but I tend to forget the names of people I know. Heh.

    By the way, next time, before you ask, Google and Wikipedia can be your best friends. You're lucky I'm nice.

    Not a valid comment. Apple stopped selling the eMacs during summer 2006.

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