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Anyone ever heard of an eMate???


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So my school just bought a whole bunch of alphasmarts and they are handing out theses old emates that they no longer need or want. One problem they have 8 eMates and two power cords and I didnt get a power cord where would i find one??? Anyone ever seen these things work????
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eBay? Just a guess?
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What kind of powercord is it? I don't know what an emate is so I can't help, but if you let me know what kind it is I will be sure to try to point you in the right direction. Is it an apple powercord or is it a standard in powercords, just old an outdated?

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eMate was Apple's educational Newton laptop type thing. eBay is probably your best bet.

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yes my new emate looks identical to that of the picture that Mr. Daines put up. The power cord is a 7.5V-12V plug and is just the opposite of the plugs for Ibooks which have a prong in the middle of the circle mon the cord the eMate has one in the computer port.
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I found this site that sells Emates and even a power supply. Check it out. It's for the emate 300.

http://www.wegenermedia.com/emate.htm#
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thanks travis I will order those tonight a battery and power cord just in case
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