Do you have the site with the new batteries? I need one.Vector said:I have one that i bought a couple of years ago to add to my collection.
I love the case design of the eMate. It is one of my favorite Apple designs along with their other organic, curvy cases like my Wallstreet powerbook.
They are pretty much useless today, but it is still nice to use. You can still do a lot with them just like with Newtons, but there are much better solutions. It is also harder to connect them to newer computers and synch them, but it can be done.
If you are going to buy one, try to find one that still has a battery that will hold a charge. I was able to find one, but many of the ones on eBay are sold without working batteries. There are sites that have instructions on how to build new batteries that will work though.
They are about the size of the 12" powerbooks, but a lot of the size is actually just extra casing that makes the design look better.
Here is the site that tells you how to refurbish them yourself and has the relevant links you need for the batteries. The guy says that he will do it for you, but then you will have to pay him and it isn't that hard to do by yourself.Candyfingered said:Do you have the site with the new batteries? I need one.
Try http://www.unna.org for software (both PC side and eMate side). You might also look at the Newton Talk website (I can't remember the URL off the top of my head but it's probably NewtonTalk.com or something like that... google will find it).nefermoon said:I have a G4 at home. I think I'll need to get a Serial/USB adapter, but what else will I need to have in order to hook the eMate up for transferring files? Is there a driver to install? I don't believe that the eMate I'm getting off ebay will include any installation disks.