19 reviews

eMachines ET1331G-03w

$398.00 Released October, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Comes with Windows 7. Affordable price. Capable current generation 2.7GHz dual core CPU.

The Cons:Plain aesthetics. Nvidia 6150 SE isn't powerful enough for full 1080p HD content. Single monitor output, not digital.

The eMachines ET1331G-03w is an entry-level desktop computer released in late 2009. This PC is designed to be compact, yet provide ample power and expansion capabilities for the average user. Based on the AMD Athlon II X2 dual-core processor 235e, the ET1331G-03w has a clock speed of 2.7GHz.

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This machine comes with 6GB of DDR2 memory, a 750GB hard drive, a 16x DVD writer and integrated Nvidia GeForce 6150 SE graphics. While this is not a gaming computer, this system should provide users with enough power for basic games. For networking, a 10/100 Ethernet LAN port has been included. Those looking to work with digital photos should find the multimedia card reader useful. Other notable features include 6 USB 2.0 ports, a headphone jack plus full 7.1 HD sound capabilities. In addition to being preloaded with Windows 7 x64, DVD recording software plus other trialware is included. This eMachine is available exclusively at Wal-Mart.


  • CPU: AMD Athlon II X2 dual-core processor 235e @ 2.7GHz
  • OS: Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit
  • Chipset: Nvidia GeForce 6150 SE
  • Memory: 6144MB DDR2 dual-channel (8GB max.)
  • Optical drive: 16x DVD±R/RW Supermulti drive
  • Media reader: multi card
  • Graphics: Nvidia GeForce 6150 SE
  • Audio: high-definition audio support, 7.1 channels
  • Network: 10/100 Ethernet LAN (RJ-45 port)
  • Connectivity: 6 x USB 2.0, 2 x PS/2, 1 x VGA, 1 x Headphone jack, 1 x Microphone-in jack. 6 x HD audio
  • Dimensions & weight: 14.2" H x 7.1" W x 16.2" D, 18 lbs

User Reviews (21)

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  • 12

    comes with Windows 7

  • 10

    affordable price

  • 8

    capable current generation 2.7GHz dual core CPU

  • 8

    powerful enough for the vast majority of consumers

  • 7

    lots of memory and disk capacity

  • 7

    much more powerful than the equivalently priced nettop

  • 5

    energy efficient components - 45w AMD CPU, onboard Nvidia graphics

  • -1

    plain aesthetics

  • -3

    Nvidia 6150 SE isn't powerful enough for full 1080p HD content

  • -3

    single monitor output, not digital

  • -5

    large size is not ideal for those who use their PC for basic tasks

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Kevin: #emachines_et1331g_03w i have had this computer for well over a year now... I purchased it knowing it had an insufficiant video for gaming, so i had a power supply from another computer went on newegg or tigerdirect Sep 11, 12
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Dave: #emachines_et1331g_03w I have this pc I can say it is great.. I don't know what this other guy is complaining about.. I think it is a great one of a kind machine.. Nov 17, 10
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Paul Besen: #emachines_et1331g_03w I have had this model in for repairs once now and thats just after 2 weeks of ownership seriously its junk the dvd burner wont work half the time the computer has too many software and hardware conflicts I get the blue screen of death about once a week its just frustrating I will never ever buy an ejunk machine again ! Jan 16, 10
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  • Anonymous

    Anonymous: Works fine for me, had it for 2 years no, NO problems. Tripple boot options too, Win7, Vista and XP Pro all work fine. Aug 31, 11

  • Anonymous

    Anonymous: Still have, and use mine. Put a 3core 3.3ghz in it, GT430 card, SSD, +2GB ram, still runs strong. 1 day ago

SageKalzi: #emachines_et1331g_03w Seems good enough, I mean, obviously it's a Computer not a laptop so it will be slightly big... Dec 31, 09
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  • Anonymous

    Anonymous: Hi, I have the ET1331G-03w and yes it crashed on me 4-months later it was because of windows defender anti virus program did not work, My computer managed to get everything and crashed had to reinstall my rescue disk's to fix it !, Oh, i have found that if i was to up grade this computer first is the power supply now i can only go to about 350 watts only because the mother board as i was told is it is set to 250 watts from Emachine, Also my new video card that i just recived and that is Nvida 9800 GT with 1-Gig of memory will work well on the unit but must change the power supply to run it, Plus it came with 6-Gig's of system memory i also will bring this up to 8-Gig's Max.

    Rember don't over 350 watts or your systerm will be unstable and some things may not correctly ! Jan 29, 11

  • Anonymous

    Anonymous: My new power supply is 600 watts peak, 500 sustained. It crashed all the time on the original PS. No problems now. Feb 26, 11

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