Apple updated its eMac all-in-one computer to include a CD-RW/DVD-ROM combo drive. When the eMac was first introduced for the consumer on June 4, 2002, the consumer machine came equipped with a CD-RW as the only option.
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Options available now for the eMac include the low-end model for US$1099 that includes a 700MHz PowerPC G4; 128MB SDRAM; 40GB Ultra ATA drive; CD-RW drive and a 56K internal modem.
The $1199 mid-range model includes 700MHz PowerPC G4; 128MB SDRAM; 40GB Ultra ATA drive; Combo drive (DVD/CD-RW); and a 56K internal modem.
The high-end eMac, which sells for $1483 comes equipped with a 700MHz PowerPC G4; 512MB SDRAM; 40GB Ultra ATA drive; Combo drive (DVD/CD-RW); 56K internal modem; and the eMac Tilt & Swivel Stand.
More information on the eMac configuration is available from the