Unveiled: new Emachine PCs

Emachine FZE, the Jebel Ali-based regional office of the Canadian company Canada Emachine Corp., launched its array of Endeavor servers, Amigo and PowerBox PCs, Commuter notebooks and the Netbox internet appliance at today's Gitex.

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By  Kieran Potts Published  October 19, 2003

Emachine FZE, the Jebel Ali-based regional office of the Canadian company Canada Emachine Corp., launched its array of Endeavor servers, Amigo and PowerBox PCs, Commuter notebooks and the Netbox internet appliance at today's Gitex.

"As Gitex is the largest IT exhibition in the Middle East, we chose this venue to showcase our exciting range of high-performance IT products," says Sankar Kiruba, general manager of Emachine Middle East.

"Our Endeavor server series is powered by dual Intel Xeon TM processors and operate with Microsoft Windows Server 2003, making them ideal products for small-to-medium businesses up to complete enterprise solutions.

"The PowerBox PC range starts with the latest Intel Pentium 4 processor... and is designed for gamers hungry for power PCs to run 3D graphic-rich games," continues Kiruba.

The Commuter PCs offer Intel's Centrino mobile processor and built-in wireless connectivity.

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