The eMachines EL1352-07e is a budget desktop computer. Featuring a smaller form factor than other eMachines systems, it will appeal to consumers tight on space and seeking a desktop that will ensure decent performance in mainstream computing tasks. Virtually identical to the EL1352-03, it utilizes an AMD Athlon II dual-core processor running at 2.8GHz (though a step down in cache size from that found in the -03) and 4GB of DDR3 memory. Like most sub-$500 desktops, it lacks a discrete graphics chip. The EL1352-07e supports high-definition, 5.1-channel audio, and comes with 500GB of storage capacity. Windows 7 Home Premium comes pre-installed. The ET1831-07 represents a step up, offering an Intel processor and 750GB of hard drive space.
The eMachines eME442-V133 is a notebook that comes with AMD VSeries processing and Geniune Windows 7 Home Premium, allowing you to stay productive and enjoy your multimedia.
The eMachines ET1352-01 is a budget desktop computer. A step up from the Intel Celeron-based ET1810-01, the ET1352-01 utilizes a low-power AMD Athlon II processor running at 1.8GHz. It also features 2GB of DDR3 memory and 500GB of storage space, and like any sub-$400 desktop, relies on integrated graphics. Other features include 5.1-channel audio support and 6 USB ports. Windows 7 Home Premium arrives pre-installed. The ET1831-05 offers an upgrade to a 2.2GHz processor and 3GB of RAM.