Released July, 2009
The Pros:Fast enough for running multiple applications and browser windows. Multi-card reader covers most memory card standards and works well. Ships fairly clean without a lot of bloatware or "trial" software.
The Cons:Doesn't have a lot of graphics processing power for games or video editing.
The eMachines ET1810-01 is an entry-level desktop PC with a very low price point, and is the most basic of the similar ET1300-02 and ET1810-03 released at the same time. It uses an Intel Celeron 420 Processor, which operates at 1.6GHz, and has 2GB of DDR2 SDRAM.
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It has a 160GB SATA hard drive, NVIDIA GeForce 7050 motherboard and integrated graphics processing. Its operating system is Windows Vista Home Basic edition, with Service Pack 1. It also includes a keyboard and PS2 mouse, as well as an 18.5" widescreen display, the eMachines E182H, which is HD compatible, has 5ms response time and 10000:1 contrast ratio. The disc drive is an 18x DVD±R/RW, and there is also a digital media card reader for portable memory sticks. The ET1810-01 also has front-access ports, including USB and audio I/O.
- Released July 1, 2009
- Entry-level pricing
- Intel Celeron 420 processor, 1.6GHz
- 2GB DDR2 SDRAM, expandable up to 8GB
- NVIDIA GeForce 7050 chipset
- Integrated graphics processing
- Includes 18.5" widescreen monitor with built-in speakers
- Windows Vista Home Basic SP1 Operating System
- Includes keyboard and PS2 mouse
- 18xDVD±R/RW drive
- 160GB SATA II hard drive
- Media card reader
- 6 USB ports
- 1-year parts and labor warranty
- Microsoft Works 9.0
User Reviews (1)
fast enough for running multiple applications and browser windows
multi-card reader covers most memory card standards and works well
ships fairly clean without a lot of bloatware or "trial" software
very cheap price for what you get, good value
complete system, comes with all the extras needed for business purposes
runs solidly for years at a time without error
doesn't have a lot of graphics processing power for games or video editing
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