Acer's eMachines Launches $400 All-in-One Desktop

It's not the most inexpensive all-in-one PC on the market, but the recently announced eMachines EZ1601-01 is certainly close. It lacks a bit of internal oomph as compared to the company's similarly priced desktop rigs--the nine-pound EZ1601-01 only runs an average-for-its-class Intel Atom N270 processor at a 1.6 GHz frequency. Other eMachines desktops around the same price range toss an extra core and extra speed into the equation, like the dual-core AMD Athlon X2 4050e CPU found in the company's $380 E1161-07 system.

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