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February 27, 2004

eMachines laptop: 64 bits for $1,549

  • The perfect notebook for replacing a desktop system, as long as its available.
    AP Technology Writer

    In the not-too-distant past, computers with 64-bit processors were called workstations, servers or mainframes. They lived in university research labs, corporate data centers and government offices where they ran gigantic databases and simulated nuclear explosions.

    Now, eMachines Inc., which built a reputation for selling low-end computers, is offering a 64-bit laptop for $1,549, including a rebate. The M6807 is loaded with features and is an excellent performer to boot.

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