eMachines EL1300 Series Desktop PC

eMachines EL1300 Series Desktop PC

eMachines has come up with a refresh of its small form factor desktop PC known as the EL1300 Series, complete with a matching monitor design. Don’t let the small size fool you as this diminutive computer packs in a decent punch to get most of your regular office-based computing tasks done in a jiffy – at least, according to your level of efficiency. You will find the EL1300 Series come in a bright white glossy finish that is sure to perk out the cubicles around you, complete with a subtly swooping green LED and silver branding design to perfect the sleek appearance. You can choose from the EL1300G-01w and the EL1300G-02w, which will retail for $298 and $398, respectively. [Press Release]

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