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On Monday Gatway released three new eMachines (T2824, T2958, and T3092). These new machines have a price range from $399 - $599 (after rebates). Hopefully the acquisition of eMachines in March is starting...
Gateway said Thursday that it has completed its acquisition of low-cost retail PC leader eMachines, a move that will take the company further from its roots as a direct computer specialist. Poway,...
Gateway plans to acquire rival eMachines in a bid to regain its footing in the PC game and broaden the distribution of its Gateway-branded consumer-electronics devices at retail. The Poway, Calif., company...
Emachines has made the move to 64-bits. The PC manufacturer and seller, best known for its low-price desktops, this week quietly introduced the T6000, a desktop built around Advanced Micro Devices' 64-bit capable...
The budget PC maker launched on Tuesday five new products, priced between $399 and $799 after rebates, all of which use at least 1GHz processors. The latest lineup also includes a twist:...
eMachines, the third largest vendor of desktop PCs sold through U.S. retailers, has begun shipping its entire line of affordable, high-value PCs preloaded with the new Microsoft Windows XP operating system. The PCs start at...