eMachines Announces Budget PCsBy Channel Insider Staff | Posted 2004-06-28 Email Print
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Gateway's eMachines division launched a trio of new machines on Monday, all geared at a budget-minded audience.Gateway's eMachines division launched a trio of new machines on Monday, all geared at a budget-minded audience.
eMachines launched the T2824, the T2958, and the T3092, all priced at less than $600. All three machines are designed for consumers wishing to purchase a cheaper alternative than higher-priced, more powerful PCs, such as a computer for the den, or a new PC for a student heading off to college.
All of the new eMachines PCs offer either CD or DVD burners plus a 8-in-1 card reader.
Finally, the higher-end T3092 turns to the AMD Athlon XP 3000+ processor to drive the system, which includes 512 Mbytes of DDR-1 mwmory, a 160-Gbyte hard drive, and a CD-ROm and DVD+/-RW drive. The T3092 is priced at $599.99, after the $50 mail-in rebate.
All of the PCs ship with a one-year warranty, Gateway said.