Summary: Update. After someone's comments about the machine, viruses and Microsoft. Tough to actually split the device and the software. Yes, it's a nicely designed, small PC. Great. Several USB and an HDMI port. Great. Go job eMachine. But from the moment you turn it on and hooked to the internet it's infected with a virus. Really? So, where to vent? eMachine? or Microsoft? So, if you're looking for a nicely designed, inexpensive shell and processor, this machine would fit that.
Summary: Pretty good piece of hardware but loaded with bloatware. One really big shortcoming. You cannot change the hardware configuration at all. Comes with 2GB memory but the spec says it supports 4GB, so what happens when you try to add memory??? First you try to find instructions to remove cover and there are none. Then you call tech support and they tell you, "it is not recommended", after that the try to sell sell you some software service plan.