• Intel Pentium, 3GB / 250GB
  • 15.6″ HD Widescreen High-Brightness LCD Display
  • Windows 7 Home Premium, 802.11b/g

Product Description
Key Features & Benefits
Intel Pentium Processor T4400
2.20 GHz, 800 MHz Front Side Bus, 1 MB L2 Cache
3GB DDR2 complement memory
Enough mental recall to hoop today’s many memory-hungry applications
250GB 5400 RPM SATA tough drive
Store your music, videos, photos as well as papers with copiousness of space to spare
SuperMulti 8X DVD+ with Double Layer Support
Play as well as emanate CDs as well as DVDs with this DVD/CD burner drive
Wired Ethernet; Wireless WiFi
Connect to a broadband modem with 10/100 Gigabit Ethernet; Connect wirelessly to a WiFi network or hotspot with built-in 802.11b/g WLAN (No Draft-N upon this unit)
15.6″ HD Widescreen High-Brightness LCD Display
1366 x 768 resolution; Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 4500M with 1695 MB video memory

Additional Features

5-in-1 digital media reader
2 x USB 2.0 ports, 1 x VGA connector, 1 x headphone/speaker/line-out jack, 1 x microphone-in jack, 1 x RJ-45 port, 1 x DC-in jack for AC adapter
6-cell lithium-ion battery (up to 2.5 hours)
AC energy supply included

Genuine Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit (To sense some-more about a facilities of Windows 7, click here)
Microsoft Works & Microsoft Office 2007 Home & Student 60-day trial
Norton Internet Security 2009 60-day trial

Support & Warranty
1-year Limited Hardware Warranty with Toll Free Support

Acer Emachines Laptop E725-4520 Intel T4400 2.2GHz 3GB 250GBDVD±RW/CD-RW expostulate / 802.11b/g Wireless LAN / Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit

4 Reviews

  1. bassman says:

    I bought this about two weeks ago when it was on sale for under three hundred bucks. I have been using a Macbook Pro for the last 4 years, which is great but which is also my wife’s computer. With the kids and I also trying to use her computer I figured it was time to pony up for a second laptop.

    1. Price

    2. functions just fine for internet, watching DVDs, You Tube, Itunes, etc. no noticable difference in quality of images or streaming from my high end Mac.

    3. Costs less than a netbook, has a dvd player/recorder.

    4. Battery life is actually very good – 4+ hours so far for regular surfing. video knows it down to about 3 hours.

    Fairly solid feel to it for being a hunk of plastic

    Back has all sorts of access panels for people that want to change out the hard drive or add more RAM

    My Age of Mythology game works just fine on it.


    #1 gripe – no HDMI port. Bummer. HAs some cheesy aavi port but I haven’t bothered to figure out if I can convert that to HDMI. Whoops on their part, but then agin, this thing cost me less than most netbooks.

    Speakers are lousy. If you mess with the EQ and SRS Wow you can get it to an aceptable level, but out of the box they sound like they are tin cans. Fine with headphones.

    Keyboard is okay – does not have a high quality feel to it. easier to type mistakes than on my Mac.

    Windows 7 is…… nothing more than XP with a couple of the bugs fixed and an interface that makes it harder to find things if you are used to XP or 2000.

    Boot of programs is a bit slow. I think this could be a WIndows issue more than a hardware issue.

    Ovberall – works just fine for a cheap laptop. don’t need to pay twice as much if all you do is surf the net and watch TV on it.
    Rating: 4 / 5

  2. dr says:

    inexpensive for its power and speed. good looking. large brilliant screen with wonderful colors.
    key board and internal speakers are an issue. poor speakers and a poor keyboard.
    buyers may wish to experiment with external speakers and external keyboard if you are going to be using the keyboard a lot for text entry.
    the computer itself is quite powerful for its cost, no heat, no noise, no processor or fan noise or vibration.
    looks to be solid build. not the lightest laptop, but solidly built.also WIN 7 does have some glitches related to compatibility and proprietary issues with other Microsoft software,
    Microsoft and WIN 7 does not like Google Chrome, for example, some issues with MS software downloads with Chrome, with Win 7. however,
    XP computers are hard to get now unfortunately.
    if you need to do serious text entry and require a really good keyboard, I would suggest that you spend some time with this keyboard before buying this computer. make sure it will work for you.
    do not buy it sight unseen and untested. if the keyboard and internal speakers are not important to you, this laptop might work for you.
    despite this laptops high processor power for the price, and other good points, IF you require an excellent keyboard and/or speakers with normal volume, I would not recommend this laptop.
    Rating: 4 / 5

  3. W. freeman says:

    Since Emachines has been taken over by acer, they run these what i like to call sneak attack sales. There is no warning and no way to really find out unless you run into the listing on Wal-mart or Best Buy, but usually by then its to late. This is an awesome deal, Acers are great, some of the laptops here in the last year or so have been less than stellar but they still sell great, and last a long time. Reason being they took everyone by storm with the netbook, and then bought out gateway and Emachines, so i think they lacked a little on there own machines. So onto this one, i got this at Wal-mart for 298, they use to have the one with the Celeron 900 which was suprisingly fast and hard to beat. Well it has been beaten, the price on that one went up to 349, even 449 in some cases and this one probably will. It has a great processor even though its an older dual core its still that(a dual core), great for multiasking or whatever u wanna do really. Upgradable to 4gb is great but i find 3 to be totally sufficient. Also i already have a super powered gaming desktop, so there’s no need really for much more. So yes this can’t be beat, for 298$!! So check out your stores before they disappear as i said by the time they hit the site they are usually gone. I’m outside typing right now using my wireless and it works flawlessly, no drops, no slow downs nothing! DVD burning is great, made the restore discs in about 45 minutes. Speakers are tiny but loud. And the screen is very bright and easy to see even out here in the sun. I’ve had many people who own Dells, Hps, and Toshiba’s and say this is still definitely there favorite to use, even the pros. I work on computers and i must say i’m really impressed and i may even snag another to keep for backup, for another day or another person. Don’t miss this one, you’ll be missing out big time. Students especially, its perfect for mobility. Btw right now battery life is about 3hrs and 25 mins, and i’ve been out here half an hour!
    Rating: 5 / 5

  4. VTgrandma says:

    I picked this up for under $300, without even testing it out! I’ve been using it for two weeks and have no real complaints, except that the speakers sound really tinny. Not a problem for me, since this laptop is used mainly for email and websurfing. It seems like a sturdily built, if kind of heavy and cumbersome laptop. Unlike the other reviewers, I found the keyboard comfortable. I have burned some DVDs and had no issues. Windows 7 is a plus, way better than Windows Vista. The touchpad seems more responsive than some others on more expensive laptops. Monitor is okay, a little fuzzier than the expensive machines, but not bad at all. This would be a great first laptop for anyone. I hope it turns out to be as durable as it feels. I recommend this.
    Rating: 4 / 5

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