Summary: I received this laptop June 15, 2010. I didn't buy it, but it was a high school graduation gift from my mother's boss. When I first set it up, it was working well. Then, about maybe a month or less later, without warning, the webcam just stopped working.
Summary: I purchased this about 2 years ago on a Black Friday deal. It's still working the same today as day 1. I bought this because it was super cheap, under $300. I didn't really research the specs since I thought I'm not going to play highly intensive video games.
Summary: I purchased the emachines E627 notebook several months ago for $299. My initial impression was fine. I was disappointed about a month later when one of the USB ports stopped working. Of the 20 or so laptops we've had in our family of 5 over the past 15 years I've never had a USB port stop working.
Summary: Product was really good at the best of it's price available anywhere, shipment was as promised in the description. Bad things were that there was no information available about the product & the communication level of seller was not greatest, if you are patient then I think it's a good idea to deal...
Summary: eMachines E627-5583; OS:Windows 7 Home Premium 64-Bit (U Need to Burn Ur Own Discs); Processor:AMD Athlon 64 Processor TF-20 (1.6 Ghz, 512 KB L2 Cache); LCD:15.6" HD LCD; Graphics:ATI Radeon HD3200 Graphics Up to 896 HyperMemory; Memory:2GB Memory; Storage:160 GB HDD; Optical Drive:DVD-Super Multi...
Summary: Nice inexpensive laptop. I've only had it for a few days, so my comments are on functionality, not on quality or durability. First, annoyances. It has a webcam, but doesn't have a built-in microphone. I guess, it's a way to shave a few pennies off the cost, but quite annoying.
Summary: I bought this machine in September 2010. At first it was great- reliable, fast. Only downside was all the pop-ups. All I have used it for is the internet, and to write up essays and reports. I still have over 3/4 of my memory free, and yet the computer has slowed to a crawl.