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Acer discontinues eMachines brand

Jan 17, 15:09

Acer has confirmed that it has discontinued the operations of its eMachines brand, which it brought in after acquiring Gateway.

eMachines launches an Atom-based all-in-one PC

Jul 15, 16:34

eMachines has launched an new all-in-one PC, the EZ1601-01, for a price of US$399.99.

eMachines EZ1601-01 all-in-one PC

eMachines introduces new desktops and matching display

Jul 2, 16:49

eMachines has introduced new mini-tower PCs – ET1300-02, ET1810-01 and ET1810-03 –along with a matching monitor.

eMachines' new mini-tower PC

Acer to restructure its business by brands instead of products

Feb 6, 16:04

Acer has decided to overhaul its corporate structure into four segments based on its brands Acer, Gateway, Packard Bell and eMachines instead of the previous business units classified...

Taiwan market: Acer to step up promotion of Gateway PCs

Jan 22, 11:57

Acer plans to allocate a monthly budget of NT$2 million (US$59,426) to promote its sub-brand Gateway in Taiwan. An all-in-one PC and some new notebooks will be introduced to the market...

Taiwan market: Acer targets entry-level segment with eMachines PCs

Nov 24, 12:29

Acer has launched products from its sub-brand eMachines targeting the entry-level market, with average selling prices (ASPs) below NT$20,000 (US$598.24), according to sources at Taiwan's...

eMachines introduces mini desktop PC

Oct 14, 16:54

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.

eMachines EL1200 series desktop PCs
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    eMachines EZ1601-01 all-in-one PC

    eMachines has launched an new all-in-one PC, the EZ1601-01, for a price of US$399.99. The EZ1601-01 is available in black, and is accented with green LED lighting and silver trim,...

    Photo: Company, Jul 20.

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    eMachines new mini-tower PC

    eMachines has introduced new mini-tower PCs, the ET1300-02, ET1810-01 and ET1810-03 along with matching monitor. With prices ranging from US$299.99-449.99, the new eMachines PCs...

    Photo: Business Wire, Jul 3.

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    eMachines EL1200 series desktop PCs

    eMachines has introduced its new compact EL1200 desktop series of PCs. Starting at less than US$300, the PC features 64-bit AMD Athlon processing power, 1GB or 2GB of memory and rich...

    Photo: Business Wire, Oct 21.

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