Subsidiary of Acer, eMachine has recently unveiled two new desktops. The EL1352-H22C and EL1850-H22C/T are two small form factor (SFF) desktop computer models launched by the Acer eMachine.

The fist model from the Acer eMachine is the eMachine EL1352-H22C. Powered with the 2.7 GHz AMD Athlon II X2 215 dual-core processor, the eMachine EL1352-H22C is a power packed machine and can deliver an outstanding performance when it comes to performing tasks. Bundled with the NVIDIA GeForce 6150SE integrated graphics card and 2GB of RAM, the eMachine EL1352-H22C can deliver an amazing video output. Along with the above features, eMachine EL1352-H22Ci equipped with a DVD burner and has a 320 GB of hard disk for storage of data. Coming to the connectivity the eMachine EL1352-H22C has an USB port, a Gigabit Ethernet, D-Sub and PCI Express x16 slot. The eMachine EL1352-H22C costs approximately around $400.

Coming to the Acer eMachine EL1850-H22C/T, the desktop is powered by a 2.7 GHz Pentium E5400 processor. The eMachine EL1850-H22C/T comes with 18.5 inches display that can support maximum resolution of 1366×768 pixels. Equipped with 2 GB of RAM and an Intel integrated graphics card, the eMachine EL1850-H22C/T desktop delivers good quality video output. The eMachine EL1850-H22C/T also has a DVD burner and 320 GB of hard drive for the data storage. For connectivity, the eMachine EL1850-H22C/T has a Gigabit Ethernet, D-Sub, a PCI Express x16 slot along with seven USB ports. The eMachine EL1850-H22C/T is costlier than the eMachine EL1352-H22C model as you will have to pay about $600 to get this machine.

Both the desktops come with Widows 7 installed on them and will be available in the market at the end of this month.