Today Gateway announces four new low-end, eMachine PCs. All four models feature the NVIDIA GeForce 6100 graphics card while three of the four sport a 16X multi-format dual-layer DVD burner. At the top-end of this bottom-feeder line-up is the T6532 (pictured) Media Center PC which features an AMD Athlon 3500, 1GB DDR RAM (expandable to 4GB), a 200GB 7200RPM disk, 9-in-1 media card reader, 5 x USB 2.0, 5.1-channel audio, and of course, Microsoft XP Media Center Edition 2005. Next come the XP Home loaded T6528 and T3418 eMachines with most of the features of the T6532 but with 512MB DDR RAM, and 160GB 7200RPM HDDs with the T3418 taking a dip in performance with an AMD Sempron 3400 CPU. The value-focused T3120 then, rounds out the lot with an AMD Sempron 3100, 512MB DDR RAM, a 100GB 7200RPM spinner, and CD-RW/DVD Combo drive. Prices range from $530 to $350 beans (after rebates, no monitor)... just don't expect that T3120 to run Vista mkay big spender?

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Gateway launches four new sub $530 eMachines: T6532, T6528, T3418, T3120