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Hi, I just bought a bunch of old iMac g3s and eMacs. I am trying to figure out which version my eMacs are. I've looked at the sticker on the optical drive panel and discovered all but one to be the 1Ghz version. However, the last doesn't have the flap. I know I can go to the About this Mac box but I have only a keyboard. Any help would be greatly appreciated, thanks!
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Hi, I just bought a bunch of old iMac g3s and eMacs. I am trying to figure out which version my eMacs are. I've looked at the sticker on the optical drive panel and discovered all but one to be the 1Ghz version. However, the last doesn't have the flap. I know I can go to the About this Mac box but I have only a keyboard. Any help would be greatly appreciated, thanks!
Like you said...to identify these eMac's...you either have to find the spec. label on them...or boot the computer & go to the "About This Mac" window.

They all pretty much look the same...so there's no tell-tale external differences to easily identify them.

If you only have a keyboard...almost any USB mouse will work (or almost any USB input device).

Your thread title says something about "Leopard" (OS 10.5)...but you didn't ask a question about it...so I cannot comment.

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