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eMachines introduces mini desktop PC
Press release, October 14; Joseph Tsai, DIGITIMES [Tuesday 14 October 2008]

eMachines has introduced the new compact EL1200 desktop series PCs which are 40% smaller and 55% lighter than eMachines' smallest tower PC and start at less than US$300.

The EL1200 series features a 64-bit AMD Athlon processor, 1GB or 2GB of memory, and Nvidia GeForce graphics.

eMachines EL1200 series desktop PCs specifications



EL 1210-01e


AMD Athlon 2650e 64-bit processor

AMD Athlon 2650e 64-bit processor


1GB DDR2 memory

2GB DDR2 dual-channel memory


Nvidia GeForce 6150SE integrated graphics

Nvidia GeForce 8200 integrated graphics


160GB SATA (7200-rpm, 8MB cache)

320GB SATA (7200-rpm, 8MB cache)




Source: Company, compiled by Digitimes, October 2008

eMachines EL1200 series desktop PCs

eMachines EL1200 series desktop PCs
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