eMachines was launched in 1998, and is based at Irvine, California. The brand aims at manufacturing low-cost, affordable PCs with high-features that give solid performance. The company had around 135 employees and managed to sell almost 2 million computers a year. On January 30, 2004, it was acquired by rival company, Gateway Computers. The W3410 is a desktop PC by eMachines. The W3410 is powered by a 2.2 GHz AMD Athlon 64 3200+ processor. It has an L2 cache memory of 512KB. It has a 512 MB DDrR400 SDRAM which can be extended up to 2GB. The machine has a hard drive space of 100GB. The computer operates on Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition with SP2. The optical device included is a DVD +/- RW with a 16x Multi-Format Double Layer Drive. Interfaces include 8-in-1 Digital Media Manager Secure Digital, 7 USB ports, 1 VGA external connector, IEEE, Parallel ports, and PS/2 ports for keyboard and mouse each. The system has an integrated Ethernet LAN with a speed of 10/100 Mbps. Graphics are supported by ATI Radeon Xpress 200. Media readers include SD, Smart Media, Micro Drive, Memory Stick, Memory Stick Pro, Compact Flash, Multimedia card, and USB 2.0. The system measures 16 inches long x 7.25 inches wide x 15.25 inches high, and weighs about 22.5 lbs. Various pre-installed software include Microsoft Works 8, Microsoft Office 2003 Trial, Adobe Acrobat Reader, Microsoft Money 2005, Microsoft Encarta Online, CyberLink PowerDVD, Microsoft Windows Media Player 10, RealNetworks RealPlayer, Napster 3.0, Quicktime, Nero 6 Suite, Norton Internet Security 2005, and McAfee Anti-Spyware 2005.