One of the cheapest retail desktop PCs available, the SYSMAR 710 comes with an 800MHz C3 processor, 128Mbytes of SDRAM (synchronous dynamic RAM), a 10Gbyte hard drive and a CD-ROM drive. It does not include a monitor, modem, nor floppy disk drive, according to the Walmart.com.
The SYSMAR 715, which costs $218 (£141), is identical to the SYSMAR 710 but has a LAN card and a modem. The SYSMAR 715 was not available on Walmart.com at press time.
Microtel also makes two other PCs for Walmart.com, the SYSMAR150 and SYSMAR151, which cost $299.84 (££194) and $399.72 (£258) respectively, and feature Microsoft's Windows XP Home edition operating system.
The Windows PCs also use 800MHz C3 processors, and feature the same memory and hard drive specifications. The 151 has a 15-inch monitor.
Walmart.com, Microtel, and Lindows.com partnered to offer low-cost PCs in June, releasing eight different models that used processors from both Intel and Advanced Micro Devices, priced between $299 (£193) and $599 (£387).
Wal-Mart is the parent company of Asda supermarkets in the UK.