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eMachines T6420 Review

Posted on Sunday, February 19 2006 @ 16:40:40 CET by LSDsmurf


No matter how you slice it, with low-end PCs, it's all about the bottom line. And no one has mastered the price/features value equation quite like eMachines. As Gateway's budget retail line, eMachines systems are available only through chains such as Circuit City and Best Buy, and only in fixed configurations. The $599 T6420 offers surprisingly deep features for a bargain-basement system, and it represents a better value than comparably priced Gateway counterparts, such as the DX100X. As shipped, the T6420 is a good entry-level or second system, and its expansion options mean it will have a longer lifespan than other budget boxes.. Head over to CNET's full evalution to learn more about this PC.



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