Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Review: eMachines ET1810-03
With consumers tightening belts and cutting corners, thrifty spending is one of the reasons that inexpensive nettop PCs (tiny systems typically equipped with Intel Atom processors and other netbook-like components) are gaining in popularity. Nettops, however, are usually hampered by slow performance and a lack of upgrade potential, which limit their functionality and lifespan. Those who need a little more oomph and staying power from their desktop PCs are better served by considering a budget-minded, full-fledged desktop, such as the $369.99 (MSRP) eMachines ET1810-03...