e-machines and 'ordinary' machines?

  p;3 22:45 06 Jun 07

I have seen reference to what are called 'e- machines; my google search click here this only produced a manufacturer; ??????

  Si_l 23:40 06 Jun 07

Yes, e-machines are a computer manufacturer. Just like Dell, or Mesh etc...

  Totally-braindead 23:52 06 Jun 07

What exactly are you meaning p;3?

Emachines are a reasonably well known manufacturer of fairly cheap PCs. Is it this you are refering to or something else?

Heres some Emachines click here= and click here= just as examples.

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 13:57 07 Jun 07

e- machines

my advice is to avoid at all costs - cheap componemts regular psu failures and no compatability for exchanging parts - very little upgrade potential.

  GANDALF <|:-)> 14:18 07 Jun 07

They are excellent, cheap, home computers. I have upgraded many of them with no problems and have never seen a PSU fault. The vast majority of home computers are used for the internet and writing the odd letter and an Emachine will do the job perfectly well. Don't believe all the rubbish spouted about 'named' brands. They are even cheaper in the States click here

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