Epson is more famous when it comes to peripherals and projectors but most consumers don’t know that the company also makes desktop PCs. Epson just unveiled a new desktop PC, the Endeavor MR7000E.
The new desktop is a BTO (Build To Order) system, it comes equipped with a 2.40GHz Intel Celeron G530 processor, an Intel H77 Express Chipset, it has a 500GB hard drive, a 2GB DDR3 RAM and a DVD-ROM drive.
The Epson Endeavor MR7000E also features other specifications such as a multi-card reader and runs Windows 7 Home Premium OS on its basic configuration. The basic configuration of the Endeavor MR7000E is presently available on the Japanese market for the price of 66,990 Yen which is approximately $835 in the US currency.
[Via: Epson Japan]