The speculative, business-focused successor to the eMate 300. The eMate 1000 was rumoured to include the more powerful StrongARM processor and larger memory capacity of the MessagePad 2100, along with built-in ethernet, an internal modem, and a more “conservation” case design.
Also referred to as the eMate 3000, Business eMate, and bMate.
Internet Archive: Apple Recon: eMate 1000
Internet Archive: MacCentral: Newton News
Internet Archive: ThessaSource: The Fate of the Newton