eMachines Mini-e ER1402, Small Sexy Desktop PC

The Acer’s eMachines brand today intros a little sexy machine – Mini-e ER1402 mini PC. It is just 7.1 inches in diameter and weighing just 9 pounds, has a glossy black diamond shaped chassis “floats” in a matte silver pedestal, while emitting a soft ambient green glow along the lower edge.

The “mini-e”is powered by AMD Athlon II NEO Processor, NVIDIA GeForce 9200 graphics and 2GB of memory, 160GB hard drive, has built-in 802.11 b/g/n wireless, four USB 2.0 ports, a multi card reader HDMI output and an S/PDIF port allows it to instantly connect to a big screen TV and  digitally connect to a home audio system. It also comes with included wireless keyboard and mouse and runs Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit all for $299.99.

eMachines Mini-e ER1402

“Today’s cost-conscious consumer will find style, features and affordability come together beautifully in the low-cost eMachines Mini-e,” said Steve Smith, senior business manager, consumer desktops for eMachines. “It’s an inconspicuous, streamlined computing solution for any room of the home where consumers want to enjoy movies, photos, music and other online entertainment.”

eMachines Mini-e ER1402

Related posts

Western Digital offers new hard drives

The US hard drive manufacturer Western Digital has been having a great week so far - the company has introduced two new major product lines that are expected to bring more cash for both management and investors. The first major release is the WD XE hard drive – a hard drive...

Confirmed: Ivy Bridge runs hotter than Sandy Bridge

Intel Corporation, the largest microprocessor manufacturer in the world, has officially confirmed that its latest 22 nm Ivy Bridge processor runs hotter than the older 32 nm Sandy Bridge generation. The confession comes days after the April 23 launch of the Ivy Bridge CPU family and...

PlayStation Move motion controller for PlayStation 3, available fall 2010

At the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco, Sony Computer Entertainment (SCE) announced that the PlayStation Move motion controller for PlayStation 3 launches worldwide in late 2010.

Leave a comment