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Gateway still makes computers, and the company actually has a pair of notebooks coming out that offer 10-point touch screens. What’s more, the machines are surprisingly affordable--the Gateway LT41P starts at just $329.99, and the NV570P is $449.99. The LT41P is a small laptop with a 10.1-inch display (1366x768) running an Intel Celeron... Read more...
If you’re feeling nostalgic (or just want to save a buck), you can still buy a Gateway computer; Acer snapped up the brand a few years back and is still producing PCs under the label. The latest round of Gateways is nigh, and the lineup features both notebooks and desktops, including an AIO. There are two... Read more...
Remember eMachines? The company was founded in 1998, the same year Saving Private Ryan and A Bug's Life hit the big screen. For those of you who weren't in the PC scene back then, eMachines built low-cost computers that became popular because of their price tags, but were generally disregarded by power users. Gateway... Read more...
Remember Gateway? The bulk OEM is a bit of an obscure name these days, having been scooped up by Acer several years ago and no longer serving direct-to-consumer sales via its website or by telephone. Nevertheless, Gateway is still plugging away, its systems found at places like TigerDirect, and today we were given a... Read more...
Call it vanity or simply getting with the times, either way Gateway scores some major style points for revamping its ID Series and NV Series of laptops. Both strut their stuff with attractive new chassis designs on the outside, and come powered by the latest in mobile technology in and around the hood. First up is the... Read more...
Gateway is adding new models to its Gateway NV Series line of notebook PCs that will feature the latest AMD processors. The new line delivers a full-sized keyboard, large 15.6-inch HD widescreen Ultrabright LED-backlit display, three USB ports, an HDMI port, and more. The new line starts at $399.99 for the NV51B08u... Read more...
The ultraportable market gets more interesting by the day. For years, 11.6" machines were very, very expensive, mostly because it was costly to squeeze components into a shell so small. But then netbooks were introduced. Recently, some 11.6" netbooks have creeped up into a higher range category, with prices hovering between $500 and $600.... Read more...
Gateway expanded its line of all-in-one desktop PCs by adding new models to its existing ZX One Series. The new Gateway One ZX4951 Series and One ZX6951 Series feature 21.5- or 23-inch full high definition displays, Intel Pentium or Core i3 processors, and Blu-ray drives. Other specs include 4GB of RAM (upgradeable to 16GB via 4 slots), 500... Read more...
Gateway announced the latest model in its Gateway NV Series line of notebooks with the new Gateway NV59C66u. This new notebook features integrated WiMAX capabilities thanks to an Intel 6250 wireless card which supports both WiMAX and Wi-Fi networks. Key specs within the NV Series line include Intel Core i3 and Core i5 as well as AMD Athlon... Read more...
Is it a netbook? Or is it an ultraportable? That is certainly up for debate, but Gateway's LT32 is nonetheless an attractive portable computer. The design itself is certainly one of the nicest around, and the 11.6" display is one of the more unique available today. It offers a larger-than-usual screen compared to most 10" netbooks, yet it's... Read more...
As the week of continual laptop launches continues, Samsung is joining Gateway, Acer and a bunch others in the field by pushing out a whole slew of new machines as well. The company's summer 2010 mobile PC lineup is aimed mostly at back-to-school, boasting multiple netbook options under three pounds and laptops made for multi-media consumption.... Read more...
It's certainly the week for notebook launches, and the week couldn't end with Gateway getting in a couple of their own. The company's kicking things off with a super sleek new ID Series, which may just be one of the nicest looking 14" machines we've seen in awhile. Actually, the Gateway ID Series will be available in two sizes: the Gateway... Read more...
We told you this was the week for notebook releases, didn't we? Keeping that train rolling is Gateway, with the new LT netbook lineup following the stylish ID range. The company's clearly playing the style card pretty frequently, as even for a netbook, we're pretty impressed with the design here. The new Gateway LT23 Series netbook boasts... Read more...
Calling it the "iMac effect" just feels wrong, but there's no question that Gateway got their inspiration for this one from…well, somewhere. Regardless, the company's two newest all-in-one PC families are both sleek and beautiful, with one of them even being potent enough to be called powerful. These are being introduced at a time when... Read more...
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