Just as you wouldn’t buy a Bentley to go grocery shopping, you don’t need a tricked-out, high-end desktop for day-to-day computing, writes PC Computing’s Joel Santo Domingo.
Enter the eMachines T2742. At $700 street, it’s an affordable PC for Web surfing, e-mail, and basic productivity chores.
The Spartan yet functional metallic-grey case looks the part of a value computer. The matching 17-inch CRT won’t win any awards, but image quality is passable. (full story)
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