Known as the traveller's companion, the eMachines 350 netbook is a small, lightweight machine that allows the user to stay connected. The netbook weighs less than 1.36 Kilogram and is less than an inch thick. The keys on the keyboard are larger than other netbooks, making it easy for the user to input data. The larger mouse touch pad helps the user navigate through applications or surf the Internet efficiently.
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The operating system of the eMachines 350 can be Windows 7 Starter or Windows XP Home. The user can choose the operating system at the time of purchase. The processor of the eMachines 350 netbook is an Intel Atom with a 512 KB L2 cache. Users can choose from two hard drive options, a 160 GB or 250 GB hard disk drive. The display is 10.1 inches, and the pixel resolution 1024 pixels by 600 pixels.
The eMachines 350 netbook may be small in size but not in memory. Users can choose between the standard 1GB of single DDR2 memory or upgrade to the 2GB of memory that uses one soDIMM module. This allows the user to surf the Internet and download media files with ease. Along with the processor in the eMachines 350, it also makes it possible for users to run multiple applications simultaneously.
The eMachines 350 netbook is designed to keep the user connected. The built-in Wi-Fi connections in the netbook are 802.11 b/g/n or 802.11 b/g and both connections are Wi-Fi certified. For users who like hands-free capabilities, the eMachines 350 netbook has Bluetooth connections. A high speed Ethernet connection also is available for Internet use.
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