eMachines Updates Desktop Line

It’s amazing how low in price desktop PC’s can be. eMachines is launching three new systems today priced $349.99 to $519.99 after either mail-in-rebate or instant rebate. The new systems will feature Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005, DVD writers and media card readers. The higher-end (if you want to call it high-end) model T5212 will come with an Intel Pentium D processor. LCD monitors do not appear to be included for this price. System Specs are listed below:

eMachines T5212 Desktop PC Configuration: 
 
* Intel Pentium D processor 805 (Dual Core, 2.66GHz)
* ATI Radeon Xpress 200 with ATI Radeon X300 Based Integrated Graphics
with DirectX 9.0 Support
* Open PCI Express x16 Slot for Future Graphics Expansion
* 1024MB DDR2 Memory Expandable to 2GB
* 200GB 7200RPM Hard Drive(3)
* Multi-Format, Double-Layer DVD+/-RW Optical Drive
* 9-in-1 Digital Media Reader and Five USB 2.0 Ports
* 6-Channel (5.1) Audio
* Microsoft Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005
* Microsoft Windows Vista Premium Ready
* Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price of $519.99 after a mail-in or
instant rebate up to $50.
 
 

eMachines T5048 Desktop PC Configuration:
 

  *  Intel Pentium 4 Processor 524 (3.06GHz)
  *  ATI Radeon Xpress 200 with ATI Radeon X300 Based Integrated Graphics
     with DirectX 9.0 Support
  *  Open PCI Express x16 Slot for Future Graphics Expansion
  *  512MB DDR2 Memory expandable to 2GB
  *  160GB 7200RPM Hard Drive(3)
  *  Multi-Format, Double-Layer DVD+/-RW Optical Drive
  *  9-in-1 Digital Media Reader and Five USB 2.0 ports
  *  6-Channel (5.1) Audio
  *  Microsoft Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005
  *  Microsoft Windows Vista Capable
  *  Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price of $399.99 after a mail-in or
     instant rebate up to $50.

eMachines T3516 Desktop PC Configuration:
 

  *  Intel® Celeron® D 352 Processor (3.20GHz)
  *  ATI Radeon Xpress 200 with ATI Radeon X300 Based Integrated Graphics
     with DirectX 9.0 Support
  *  Open PCI Express x16 Slot for Future Graphics Expansion
  *  512MB DDR2 Memory Expandable to 2GB
  *  120GB 7200RPM Hard Drive(3)
  *  CD-RW/DVD Combo Drive
  *  Six USB 2.0 ports
  *  6-Channel (5.1) High Definition Audio
  *  Microsoft Windows XP Home
  *  Microsoft Windows Vista Capable
  *  Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price of $349.99 after a mail-in or
     instant rebate up to $50.

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