You can see one annoying detail next to the camera. Please, switch off ad blockers. While we’re talking hardware, let’s take a look at the rest of the spec before we move on. In case you’re thinking this is an ancient Merom based part, think again. Nothing spectacular, but nothing tacky either, and we’re pleasantly surprised by a few cute details, such as the semi-recesed Power button with a subtle blue backlight. This is where have to deal with more company branding policies, courtesy of Intel. More interestingly, it is based on the recently introduced Intel Pentium dual-core T, and this is the main reason we’re testing it.
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Fudzilla It News and reviews. Not bad actually, although there are a few kinks to address. All asuw Pentium dual-cores for the notebook world were either Yonah or Merom based, i.
The lid feels ok, it doesn’t twist much, and the hinges are solid. In case you’re thinking this is an ancient Merom based part, think again.
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The company went public, then private, then it was bought by Gateway inwhich itself was swallowed up by Acer a emaxhines and a half ago. We went for the E, launched earlier this year, it is the most recent addition to the companies inch lineup.
Please, switch off ad blockers. Oddly, it has just two USBs, but we’ll get round to that in a minute. Gateway, which has an own laptop line-up, has also belonged to the Acer Group since A decade ago two Korean companies created eMachines, as a joint venture to invade the Emachies market via California. Last modified on 29 April Rate this item 1 2 3 qsus 5 0 votes. Acer eMachines E Average Score: Many retailers are now simply selling eMachines products under the Acer eMachines brand, and Acer seems keen on resurrecting the fallen brand for value minded consumers.
You can see one annoying detail next to the camera. Nothing spectacular, but nothing tacky either, and we’re pleasantly surprised by a few cute details, such as the semi-recesed Power button with a subtle blue backlight. As our review will show, this would be a mistake, a big one. Even the rubber cushions on the bezel are glossy.
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Either is a pretty good choice, they’re affordable and thanks to Intel’s latest Penryn based Pentium, performance is impressive for this price point. More in this category: The lid looks interesting and sets it apart from most value products. The emachinws of the chassis feels quite sturdy, and it’s no worse than low-end Acers or models from other vendors for that matter.
The glossy black theme is continued on the panel bezel and the glossy panel itself. Design and Build Quality Nobody was obviously trying to hide the E’s Acer heritage, and it borrows a few design and layout elements from Acer’s The shell shocked battery just ruins the general impression, and the keyboard print job could have been a bit better too.
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Acer/eMachines E reviewed
So, we decided to have a look for ourselves, and see emachnes of one of Gateway’s kids, now in full Acer custody, is doing. Unlike most products in this price range, it features a The E is a pretty decent piece of kit and it performs asu in all benchmarks. When locked in place, the battery feels a bit shaky, and sometimes you can hear it move in the bay.
The T is, in fact, a Penryn based mobile dual-core, although you wouldn’t know that by looking at its designation. More interestingly, it is based on the recently introduced Intel Pentium dual-core T, and this is the main reason we’re testing it. The T, however, is a 45nm chip, and it runs at MHz zsus an MHz bus, which sounds great considering the price.
However, unlike most