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eMachines Acer EMD250 NetBook




Aside from Gateway, Acer also owns the eMachines brand for low-end market and they’ve re-packaged the Acer Aspire One D250 into the eMachines Acer EMD250 NetBook.


The netbook specs are somewhat standard and does not offer anything new or interesting. Perhaps Acer decided to re-paint the D250 with another of its brand just to have an offering for that line (same thing they always do with their Gateway brand).

eMachines EMD250 NetBook
10.1″ display screen @ 1024×600 pxiels
Intel Atom N270 @ 1.6GHz
1GB DDR2 RAM
160GB HDD
1.3MP webcam
WiFi 802.11 b/g
Card Reader
3-cell battery (5200 mAh, 2.5 hours)

Comes pre-installed with Windows XP and has a suggested retail price of Php19,995. Asianic is offering a free external slim DVD (by MSI) until end of the month.



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16 Responses

  1. Pedro says:

    they should have upgraded the N270 to N280 atleast to be more a little more competative…:p

  2. Pedro says:

    the n270 should be n280 to aleast have given it a little egde, otherwise…

  3. Jon says:

    It’s a little bit expensive, IMO. You could buy a better one with 20k. I guess the price of this unit will drop quickly.

  4. Reel Advice says:

    Considering they named this as an eMachine, they should have priced it lower. The CPU to is a downer.

  5. IC DeaDPiPoL says:

    Too bad eMachines are synonymous with inferiority in terms of parts quality.

  6. chris says:

    They should have lower their price considering the high competition.

  7. Wendal says:

    the 60 mhz speed increase from n270 to n280 isn’t noticeable by end users. read about it

  8. foo says:

    i have had emachines laptops and desktops in the past. they’re pretty cheap but in terms of reliability, they have served me well. my emachines laptop is still around after 5 years of use. it has outlived the average laptop’s lifespan of 3 years!

  9. jehgan says:

    I saw this at asianic SM San Lazo, it cost 15K without OS and its 6 cell battery. The sales lady claimed that it is only compatible with Windows 7 because WinXp does not have the drivers for it.

  10. choosypinony says:

    this costs 16k in cebu without OS, but hey, it’s the cheapest out there for a known brand.

  11. choosypinony says:

    not to mention, an emachine design is targeted to a more mature and professional crowd. this looks better than those brightly colored and plasti-ky designed acers.

  12. rolly says:

    i was canvassing for a netbook and saw the emach 250 sells at p14k at virra mall. the price is very attractive!

  13. froilanG says:

    this netbook sells at php12,995 from pc_corner but without os.

  14. abet says:

    my budget is 15k php only,is there any available

  15. rhona says:

    hey, its only 12,990 at SM NAGA but it is in LINUX

  16. Dee Em says:

    Give me 15k,, i will give it to you with windows 7 OS and all brand new

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