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eMachines E725-4520 Laptop Win7 Pentium T4400 2.2G 15.6″ 3GB Ram 250GB WiFi 6-cell battery DVD-super Multi DL Drive GMA 4500M

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  • Intel Pentium, 3GB / 250GB
  • 15.6" HD Widescreen High-Brightness LCD Display
  • Windows 7 Home Premium, 802.11b/g
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Stay productive and have fun with the emachines e725-4520 notebook featuring reliable intel pentium t4400 processing, 15.6'' widescreen display, intel media accelerator (gma) 4500m graphics and windows 7 home premium. It is everything you need to easily accomplish deadlines, browse the internet, keep up with your social networks, have fun with digital media and more, on-the-go.

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Summary : Screen Size, Screen Resolution, Graphics Coprocessor, Graphics Card RAM
Screen Size 15.6 inches
Processor 2.2 GHz Pentium
Hard Drive 250 GB
Graphics Coprocessor Intel GMA 4500M
Chipset Brand Intel
Brand Name eMachines
Series E series
Item model number E725-4520
Hardware Platform PC
Operating System Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium
Item Weight 11.2 pounds
Product Dimensions 16.6 x 12 x 3.5 inches
Item Dimensions L x W x H 16.6 x 12 x 3.5 inches
Processor Brand Intel
Processor Count 1
Battery Type lithium_ion

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4 out of 5 stars 36 customer reviews

4 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #41,865 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
#8,757 in Computers & Accessories > Laptops
Shipping Weight 11.2 pounds
Date First Available February 28, 2010

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I bought this about two weeks ago when it was on sale for under three hundred bucks. I have been using a Macbook Pro for the last 4 years, which is great but which is also my wife's computer. With the kids and I also trying to use her computer I figured it was time to pony up for a second laptop.

1. Price

2. functions just fine for internet, watching DVDs, You Tube, Itunes, etc. no noticable difference in quality of images or streaming from my high end Mac.

3. Costs less than a netbook, has a dvd player/recorder.

4. Battery life is actually very good - 4+ hours so far for regular surfing. video knows it down to about 3 hours.

Fairly solid feel to it for being a hunk of plastic

Back has all sorts of access panels for people that want to change out the hard drive or add more RAM

My Age of Mythology game works just fine on it.


#1 gripe - no HDMI port. Bummer. HAs some cheesy aavi port but I haven't bothered to figure out if I can convert that to HDMI. Whoops on their part, but then agin, this thing cost me less than most netbooks.

Speakers are lousy. If you mess with the EQ and SRS Wow you can get it to an aceptable level, but out of the box they sound like they are tin cans. Fine with headphones.

Keyboard is okay - does not have a high quality feel to it. easier to type mistakes than on my Mac.

Windows 7 is...... nothing more than XP with a couple of the bugs fixed and an interface that makes it harder to find things if you are used to XP or 2000.

Boot of programs is a bit slow. I think this could be a WIndows issue more than a hardware issue.

Ovberall - works just fine for a cheap laptop. don't need to pay twice as much if all you do is surf the net and watch TV on it.
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There was a certain retailer who was selling this eMachines laptop for just under $300, and at that price, this laptop is an excellent deal. Much above that price and you should probably look elsewhere.

As others have said, the display is excellent - very bright. The keyboard is OK - not great, a bit "spongy" but not bad. The speakers are awful, perhaps the worst I've ever heard; attaching a pair of cheap USB-powered speakers makes a big difference when you use it at home.

The CPU is a standard 2.2GHZ Pentium (Dual Core) T4400, which is a sweet budget CPU (a budget version of the now-being-phased-out Core 2 Duo CPU). It's actually quite a fast CPU for basic stuff. The thing DOES NOT get hot (compare that to the AMD-based laptops) beyond a little warm on the bottom.

The two biggest downsides (beyond the speakers): only two USB ports and no webcam (even the Acer version of this laptop that has a webcam curiously has no built-in microphone). So as I said, for the price I paid, I can put up with it.

One little annoyance I've noticed lately: The touchpad is a bit wider than I'm used to, and I seem to rub the left side of the touchpad with my left hand too often, causing the mouse pointer to jump. This seems like a curious design feature of this particular model; when typing on other 15.6" laptops of this same era, I don't have this problem.

RAM is DDR3 despite what official specs say. Easy to upgrade. The wireless card is easy to upgrade as well - you can upgrade it to an Intel 5100 "Draft-N" card that is an excellent wireless card for $10-$15 on ebay, very worth doing. You can use either a half-height or full-height mini-PCI wireless card in the slot, I've used both. SATA hard drive is easy to swap as well - I've already done that.
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inexpensive for its power and speed. good looking. large brilliant screen with wonderful colors.
key board and internal speakers are an issue. poor speakers and a poor keyboard.
buyers may wish to experiment with external speakers and external keyboard if you are going to be using the keyboard a lot for text entry.
the computer itself is quite powerful for its cost, no heat, no noise, no processor or fan noise or vibration.
looks to be solid build. not the lightest laptop, but solidly built.also WIN 7 does have some glitches related to compatibility and proprietary issues with other Microsoft software,
Microsoft and WIN 7 does not like Google Chrome, for example, some issues with MS software downloads with Chrome, with Win 7. however,
XP computers are hard to get now unfortunately.
if you need to do serious text entry and require a really good keyboard, I would suggest that you spend some time with this keyboard before buying this computer. make sure it will work for you.
do not buy it sight unseen and untested. if the keyboard and internal speakers are not important to you, this laptop might work for you.
despite this laptops high processor power for the price, and other good points, IF you require an excellent keyboard and/or speakers with normal volume, I would not recommend this laptop.
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I bought 3 of these for $299 brand new and paid extra for the "extended warranty." All three have had very serious problems. One keeps giving me an error about the processor, I have PAID to ship it to the service people at emachines three times without any resolution. The other, despite never even being taken anywhere, magically had the screen start losing pixels until it was a completelt useless screen. The third one keeps having letters and keys fall off the keyboard.

I figured the laptop was so inexpensive where could I go wrong? Boy was I wrong. Please, learn from my $1,000 mistake and don't ever buy an emachines. You WILL end up spending what you saved because it is so cheap and has NO service or warranty. Go ahead and buy a reputable product like a Dell, Toshiba, HP, Apple, etc. They have many laptops with real service plans that only cost 50-100 dollars more.

The ONLY good thing about this computer was windows 7. Another reviewer here said it is just XP with some bugs fixed but that is incredibly wrong. Windows 7 was built for the multi-tasking generation with a lot of added functionality for that purpose. And Office 2010 is an excellent piece of software. I used to only use openoffice but actually paid for office 2010 because the improvements were worth it.

Otherwise, while the computers worked they functioned fine. But, they literally worked for less than 3 months.

I give this computer a big DON'T BUY rating.
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