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eMacs monitor??


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The new eMac looks to be a good buy at the moment, compared to other macs. I've been interested in the powerbooks, but the cost of them have been abit of a barrier, but with the new eMac I believe in terms of power and cost its the right move for me.

I don't no much about the eMacs in general, still doing my reserch before buying. I was wondering how the eMacs monitor compairs to that of the powerbooks and stand alone ones? :confused:

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This is one of the sweet things about Mac. Even entry level desktops - eMacs are top grade hardware. The eMac display is a true flat screen CRT and a nice bit of eye candy at that!
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I was wondering how the eMacs monitor compairs to that of the powerbooks and stand alone ones? :confused:

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The eMac's display is different from other Macintosh displays in that it is a traditional CRT (cathode ray tube) display, rather than a flat panel LCD. However, it is still an excellent display - very bright and clear.

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cheers for the advice!!

So its thumbs up, its a good monitor..

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