|Processor||1.7 GHz AMD Athlon|
|RAM||2 GB DDR3|
|Hard Drive||160 GB SATA|
|Card Description||GeForce 9200|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||4|
eMachines ER1402-55 Desktop - The "Mini-e" Entertainment Center (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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eMachines ER1402-55 Desktop comes with these specs: AMD Athlon II Neo Processor K125, Windows 7 Home Premium (64-bit), NVIDIA nForce 9200 Chipset, 2GB DDR3 Memory, NVIDIA GeForce 9200 Integrated Graphics, 160GB 5400RPM SATA Hard Drive, Multi-in-1 Digital Media Card Reader, High-Definition Audio Support, 4 - USB 2.0, VGA and HDMI Ports, 802.11b/g/n, Gigabit Ethernet, USB Keyboard and Mouse, 1.75 lbs. | .79 kg (system unit only), 1 Year Parts and Labor Limited Warranty, AC Power Adapter, AC Power Cord, Registration/ Limited Warranty Card, Microsoft Office Starter 2010, Norton Internet Security 2010 Trial
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A word to the wise... it does not come with wireless keyboard or mouse. Nor does it come with a DVD drive. But it handles what I need it to handle well and the video I watch is clear and smooth. I'm satisfied.
If you're looking for a top of the line computer, do not buy this. For the price you pay, the specs it has are exceptional. Buy this computer if you're looking for something cheap that will meet the needs of someone who uses computers minimally. Do not get this if you are a hardcore gamer.
I like it because it is small and fits nicely on my entertainment center.
I noticed that I did not get as good of reception on the wireless for this computer as I have had for other devices in the same location of my house. This thing had like 2 bars where other devices I had at this same location get 4 and 5 bars. But I didn't try turning it at different angles or moving it higher to improve the reception. Fortunately, I have a network hub nearby so I just ran a cable and used wired internet (it's faster anyway - even than full strength wireless). I like that they give you that option - wireless OR wired.
Cannot handle super high res video well. When I first connected to my 42" TV the resolution was 1920x1080. And while the Mini-e worked fine at this resolution as far as just navigating around Windows and surfing the web - when I tried to play movies at full screen it would freeze and buffer the video often. My solution was to lower the resolution down to 1280x720. Videos play smooth now. I have an A/B switch on my video cable to send the signal to either the 42" TV in the living room, or a 22" TV in my bedroom and the smaller TV needed that lower resolution anyway. So this did not bother me. And the picture still looks fine at this lower resolution (even on the big screen TV)
Can't speak about the keyboard and mouse - I use one of those hand held wireless keyboard/touchpad combos. But I agree with others that the picture is misleading. Implies the keyboard and mouse are wireless (they are not - you must plug them into the USB ports)
If you are a videophile who demands to see every pixel you're paying for - get a more powerful computer to watch your movies on. But for your average Joe (like me) who is happy if the picture is "good" so long as the video plays smooth....this thing is a great computer.
For the money I think what you receive is a good value.
My only complaint is that the keyboard and mouse are a bit lacking. The picture seems to imply that it has a wireless keyboard and mouse like many other similar models but it does not (my fault for not reading the description in detail). However the mouse and keyboard can do their jobs alright but for anyone that will be using the computer for more then an hour a day they should be replaced. The mouse in this case already has a worn out sound when you use the scroll and the keyboard is showing signs of damage as well and its only been a few weeks of use.
Overall I recommend this computer in particular for its price point. Its not many computers under 500 that you can get Win 7 Pro on. The performance has yet to disappoint as well.
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Does most of what we need it for