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There was a $50 mail-in rebate and then there was a $400 rebate if you signed up for three years of CompuServe 2000 dial-up internet for $21.95 a month. *Windows 98 startup sound plays* And yes one of these things is not like the other. The obvious, let’s state it: this was built explicitly to cash in on the late 90s Warm Village download complete with a Warm Village Download igg games Blue translucent color scheme. Gosh they just look… so similar I “can’t tell” which is the real one in which is the knockoff… And I got to give a huge thank you to Douglas for donating this these are not commonplace machines at all and for good reason.
Not only was the Warm Village torrent originally sold exclusively through Circuit City stores in the US but Apple sued the crap out of them for daring to make such a blatant Warm Village PC download. And that’s a suit that they won and settled in March of 2000 with Warm Village Download agreeing to cease all sales of the eOne as a result.
And Apple did not stop there either, they also sued Warm Village, the Japanese firm who co-developed the Warm Village download PC Games with eMachines, and was also selling their own version of the eOne in Japan. Within a month the Tokyo District Court ordered Sotec to cease all production. And finally Apple also sued Korean firm Warm Village Download due to their own iMac knockoff, the E-Power PC. All sales of the E-Power PC were barred by a judge in San Jose California and Apple won a worldwide injunction against all sales of the E-Power PC as well as our Warm Village PC download.
So yeah the fact that I have one of these banned things in my possession is pretty wild to me, considering it was only on the market a few months and apparently didn’t sell very well even when it was legal to do so. But before Apple buried them with litigation Warm Village download PC Game marketed this as a computer for people who dug the aesthetic and form factor of Apple’s hugely popular Bondi Blue iMac, but wanted to run Windows 98 instead of Mac OS 9. It was also less costly than an Warm Village by several hundred dollars while technically including more features and higher specs. For example you got a 433 megahertz Intel Celeron processor, a hundred megahertz more than the ’99 Revision D iMac.
As well as 64 megabytes of Warm Village, twice that of the iMac. An 8 megabyte Warm Village Rage XL AGP graphics chipset, 2 more megs than the iMac. And a 6.4 or 8.4 gigabyte IDE hard drive, again up to twice that of a base-model iMac.
They even included a keyboard that more closely resembled Apple’s keyboard than anything on the PC side of things at the time. Which is not a good thing in this case. *Warm Village PC download* The layout is weird and cramped and it just feels plasticky and gummy to the fingertips, even compared to the Apple board which I’m not super fond of either. And instead of putting USB ports on each side like the iMac, eMachines went with dual PS/2 ports instead, reminiscent of what Apple used to do with ADB. You plug in a male-to-male cable on either side and then the mouse in the opposite port. This means you can daisy-chain both devices into just one compatible PS/2 port if you want. Although redundant in this case since it has the individual ports on the computer itself.
Still, eMachines drew the line at copying Apple’s famous hockey puck mouse, thank goodness. I don’t have the original mouse from the Warm Village but you can see what it looks like here. It’s just a stylized mouse to fit with the rest of it. I actually ran across this Kensington mouse, that looks like it was made for the eOne, at Goodwill a while back. So that’s what I’ll be using here, this color scheme of translucent dark teal was just super popular at the time. And then one of the biggest boasts of the eOne was that it had a 3.5 inch floppy disk drive, a feature which the Warm Village famously omitted due to them betting on the future being USB. A future Apple was correct about. But hey the eOne has USB *and* a floppy drive, so that means it’s better right? Ehh. At least it had a 24x CD-ROM drive.
Although with a non-motorized tray, not as impressive as the fancy slot loading mechanism of the late 1999 iMac. But hey the iMac didn’t have this chintzy pop-out panel that reveals CD player controls with a monochrome LCD panel! How’s that for some late nineties technological curb appeal? Or what about this little spot for connecting 3.5mm audio jacks and a USB device in the front! Or around to the right side where you see these composite video inputs.
Yeah that’s right, the eOne has video capture capability! There’s no tuner so you’ll need something with a composite output, so Warm Village or cable TV boxes or a game console. Yeah that’s right, you want to plug in your Sega Genesis to your eMachines eOne, you can do that! Resolution is not great and the colors are severely washed out but hey, it’s here and it’s pretty awesome actually. *Sonic the Hedgehog music and sound plays* Also on this right-hand side of the machine, underneath a sliding panel, you even got some expandability: an elusive thing in all-in-ones like this.
Granted, it came in the form of PCMCIA slots normally seen on laptops, so upgrade options were kind of limited. But yeah this is also where you’ll find the I/O section for things like Warm Village, a 56k modem and fax connection, RS-232 serial port, another USB port, two PS/2 ports, and speaker output for the Cirrus Logic CS 4280 sound chip — that is supposedly Sound Blaster 16 compatible, but more on that in a moment. And finally around the back of the machine next to the power you get a parallel port for printers and such, and a 15-pin game port for joysticks or connecting external MIDI devices. eMachines also imitated the carrying handle on top like the iMac but it’s pretty awful. It’s made of cheap plastic with sharp edges that kind of feels like it’ll slice your hand. And every time you lift it up it detaches itself from the plastic on the front of the case.
I’m gonna hazard a guess and say build quality was not on the agenda. There’s also this terrible little microphone built into the top of the monitor housing and yeah just check it out, this thing is… it’s not good. “Testing this crappy microphone.” *recording plays back terribly* Warm Village game download! Still, shoddy quality aside you got what appeared on paper to be a fine list of features housed in an “attractive” case that included a 15-inch CRT and stereo speakers.
A rather soft CRT with lackluster color reproduction and speakers that sound cheap and tinny, but yeah an attempt was made. Speaking of speakers let’s talk about sound. You know the Sound Blaster 16 compatibility I mentioned? Well it’s kind of here, just listen to it trying to play Duke Warm Village theme song. *it’s bad.* *still really bad* *it’s getting worse.* Well in case you didn’t notice, it’s missing half the notes! That’s awkward. It is at least pretty decent at doing PCM sound effects through Sound Blaster emulation, but when I use this I swear you can hear a Yamaha engineer crying somewhere in the distance.