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Desktops

PC makers aim high and low

roundup Gateway fills out its server line with a pair of Xeon-based rack-mount machines. Meanwhile, low-price PC company eMachines unveils its second-quarter lineup.

roundup Gateway fills out its server line with a pair of Xeon-based rack-mount machines. Meanwhile, low-price PC company eMachines unveils its second-quarter lineup. And a new study shows prices hitting a nadir.


The low-price PC maker releases its second-quarter PC lineup: Three new models feature faster processors. Some include more memory and larger hard drives as well.
April 7, 2003


Based on Intel's Xeon chip, the rack-mount servers are part of a broad effort to return to profitability, in part by revitalizing business and public sector sales.
April 6, 2003


The computer maker, now emphasizing Wintel systems for the enterprise, on Monday plans to launch a 32-processor Intel server, code-named Dylan, running Windows Server 2003.
April 6, 2003

previous coverage

New data from NPD Techworld says that although sales of desktops and notebooks held steady in February, prices dipped to all-time lows.
April 4, 2003


The company releases a desktop and notebook equipped with DVD burners, at prices that analysts say will make the technology accessible to more people.
April 3, 2003


That goal--almost twice the revenue Dell took in last year--is "within our grasp," President Kevin Rollins says at the company's annual meeting with financial analysts.
April 3, 2003