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eMachines T5212

eMachines T5212
alaScore 79

3 reviews

Dec, 2018

We have collected and analysed 3 expert reviews from international sources. Experts rate this product 63/100. The average review date is 27-10-2006. We have compared these reviews to 321449 reviews from other Desktop Computers. The alaScore™ for this product is 79/100 = Good. Last update: 14-12-2018.

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Expert review by : Richard Baguley (pcworld.com)

eMachines T5212

 

Compared with its bargain-basement cousin the T5048, the eMachines T5212 has better specs, better features, and a higher price. Unfortunately, the improvements aren't enough to move the $870 T5212 (as of November 6, 2006) ahead of the T5048 on our...

19-inch LCD monitor

Has below-average performance ; Disappointing LCD image quality

Nicely priced system was a medi­ocre performer; its 19-inch wide-screen LCD offered disappointing image quality.

Nov, 2006

Expert review by : Rich Brown (cnet.com)

eMachines T5212 review: eMachines T5212

 

Strong configuration for a low price; low-key design won't offend (unless you mind stickers); remote control support is perfect for beginning PC users.

Lack of a 3D graphics card could give you trouble with Windows Vista's Aero visual effects; older parts make the need to upgrade arrive that much sooner.

eMachines T5212 is not our runaway budget winner, but it makes a strong attempt. It has better support features than its main competition and a less gaudy design. Its performance, however, is held back by specs that are either too slow, too old, or too...

Oct, 2006

Expert review by (pcmag.com)

eMachines T5212

 

eMachines has a knack for offering a system to fit every budget point, and the T5212 ($569.99 direct) is its current $500–600 "top-of-the-line" model. It's is a good system for the majority of adult users out there and for the more demanding school-age...

Inexpensive for a dual-core system. Vista-ready. Good availability in retail channels

Boring styling. Outpaced by Core 2 Duo systems. Bloatware. No TV tuner. Included Internet Security subscription lasts only 90 days

The eMachines T5212 is a fine if pedestrian PC for those with average computing needs.