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established by Lap Shun Hui together with South Korean business Korea Data Systems, and TriGem. Their technique was to put a PC in every home beginning at $399. These computer systems housed lower-end processors, and Windows OS– enough for the typical individual to get on and get online. eMachines had actually formerly acquired Free-PC; the business that used totally free computer systems in exchange for pop-up advertisements while searching.
Entrance settled the acquisition in March. Wayne Inouye was positioned as CEO, and eMachines remained a different business.
Eventually, Gateway computer systems was acquired by Acer computer systems. The eMachines brand name was eventually stopped on Jan 17, 2013.
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