Experience Reliable High-Definition computing with eMachines eMD644

Posted: January 14, 2011 in Tech

Power, innovation, and value-for-money are three of the most vital attributes that a laptop should carry, and the world—also the Philippines, for that matter—is lucky enough to witness the birth of a new notebook computer that carries both and even a lot more.

The eMachines eMD644 simply amazes everyone by combining power and innovation in its robust frame, using next-generation technologies that are truly remarkable in this day and age. Possessing the newest Fusion family of Accelerated Processing Units (APUs) that employ next-generation applications introduced by Advanced Micro Devices or AMD, one of the world’s top chip makers, the eMachines eMD644 generates more computing muscle for a notebook computer than ever before. Powered by Acer, one of the world’s most trusted and innovative computer manufacturers, the eMachines eMD644 is definitely no pushover in the IT world.

The heart of it all lies in the AMD Dual-Core E-350 processor and the AMD A50M Fusion Controller Hub chipset that helps enhance the eMachines eMD644’s performance on-the-go yet uses less power to make it really cost efficient, a magnet for those looking for powerful but totally affordable computers.

Graphics-wise, the eMachines eMD644 is no puny device. With an AMD Radeon HD 6310 graphics card and supports a slew of graphics technologies such as Unified Video Decoder 3 (UVD3), OpenCL 1.1, OpenGL 3.1, Open EXR High Dynamic-Range (HDR) technology, ShaderModel 5.0 and Microsoft DirectX 11, among others.

Of course, the 14-inch high-resolution, high-brightness LED-backlit TFT LCD with glare panel display screen and HDMI port enforcing High-Def output perfectly complement the eMachines eMD644’s graphic power, for it delivers the visual clarity and quality you’ve always wanted in an affordable laptop. From here on end, watching your much-loved movies with your loved ones and family as well as playing your graphics power-hungry games with friends—and also your family and loved ones—becomes a truly enthralling experience, making you instantly adore the eMachines eMD644 as it delivers the best video and graphics details ever, giving other more expensive notebooks around a run for their money.

And coupled with the fact that the eMachines eMD644 comes with a 2GB DDR3 memory module, saying that the eMachines eMD644 is a master at multi-tasking functions and applications you can think of is a serious understatement.

File space constraints, you say? No worries with the 500GB SATA hard drive of the eMachines eMD644, making it possible for you to store a lot of your files from the office or at home, with plenty to spare, actually. The built-in 8x DVD-SuperMulti double-layer optical drive, incidentally, also comes in really handy these days. Just pop in your favorite DVD of your movies, photos, or important office files and you can just watch to your heart’s delight.

Connecting to friends in your favorite social network or simply surfing the Internet has never been quite easy, thanks to the eMachines eMD644’s network interface or wireless LAN capabilities. So even if you’re hooked up at your home’s DSL connection or at the wireless hotspot at the neighborhood coffee shop, no need to fret, for the eMachines eMD644 can connect to the Web with nary a hassle.

Innovation and power was the wave of the future before, but thanks to AMD and eMachines, the time is now. Throw in performance enhancement, lesser energy consumption and better overall cost values, and you’ve got the most complete notebook computer package that would surely change our lives—for the better.

Why? Because it’s an eMachines, and it’s powered by Acer.

For more details of this reliable computing buddy, go check out www.emachines.com.ph.

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