video games gallery from the last century

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AVTMSX
AcornABC
AcornArchimedes
AcornAtom
AcornBBCMaster
AcornBBCMicro
AcornElectron
AcornSystem1
ActApricot
AltairMicroorde
AltosComputerSy
Amstrad8b
AmstradPC
AmstradPCW
AppleI
AppleII
AppleIII
AppleLisa
AppleMacintosh
AppleNewton
AppleiMac
AppleiPad
AppliedTechnolo
Atari8b
AtariPC
AtariPortfolio
AtariST
AtariClone


Apple-Newton

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Apple Newton

1993


El Apple Newton, o simplemente Newton, fue una línea temprana de asistentes digitales personales (PDA) desarrollada, manufacturada y
comercializada por Apple Computer entre 1993 y 1998.
Las Newtons originales estaban basadas en el procesador RISC ARM 610 e incluían reconocimiento de escritura manual. El nombre oficial
de Apple para el dispositivo era MessagePad; el término Newton era el nombre de Apple para el sistema operativo que usaba, pero el uso
popular de la palabra Newton ha crecido hasta incluir el dispositivo y su software juntos.
A pesar de ser considerado un fracaso de Apple en su momento, tras el que abandonó el sector ante la aparición de equipos como el Palm,
hoy se considera un honroso predecesor del iPad, lanzado en 2010.

Apple Newton Emate 300

1997


The eMate 300 is a personal digital assistant designed, manufactured and sold by Apple Computer to the education market as a low-cost laptop running the Newton operating system. It was the only Newton Device with a built-in keyboard. The eMate was introduced March 7, 1997 for US$799 and was discontinued along with the Apple Newton product line and its operating system on February 27, 1998

The eMate 300 featured a 6.8 480x320 resolution 16-shade grayscale display with a backlight, stylus pen, keyboard, infrared port, and standard Macintosh serial/LocalTalk ports.

The keyboard was roughly 85% the size of a standard full size keyboard.

Power came from built-in rechargeable batteries, which lasted up to 28 hours on full charge. In order to achieve its low price, the eMate 300 did not have all the features of the contemporary Newton equivalent, the MessagePad 2000. The eMate used a 25 MHz ARM 710a RISC processor and had less memory than the MessagePad 2000 which used a StrongARM 110 RISC processor and was more expandable.



 
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