All of today’s Macs come with LCD displays– flat screens– but that was not always the case. Luke Dormehl explains the eMac and the last Mac CRT:
As large, box-like computers go, the eMac, which was aimed at the education market, was actually a pretty neat computer. It looked like a white version of Apple’s Mac G3, minus the travel handle, but was considerably faster — courtesy of its PowerPC G4 processor. It received a few upgrades during its life as an active Apple product line, with the final version boasting a 1.42 GhZ CPU and Radeon 9600 graphics chip.
It was a good machine back in the day, but has become ancient history– by today’s technology standards.