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SlashGear Morning Wrap-up: November 12 2010

SlashGear Morning Wrap-up: November 12 2010

What huge news overnight! Oh my goodness there is a new phone, a new phone! It either has no name yet, or might be called Samsung Elite. Then there was a late night review by the man Ewdison T on a Gateway ID49C. Then, Facebook is going to crash down Gmail with their Microsoft Office Web Apps integrated "Project Titan!" Subway lets you pay futuristically with your cellphone, Galaxy Tab Flash is what's called an "Embarrassment of Riches," and the pricetag on the original Apple-1 (made by Steve Wozniak and distributed from Steve Jobs parents house) is expected to be around $161,000 to $242,000. Cheep!

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Gateway ID49C Review

Gateway ID49C Review

Gateway has built a reputation on affordable machines with solid specifications, but the company's new ID49C aims a little higher than the mainstream. With a lick of aluminum and an eye-catching backlit glass trackpad, there's more to the ID49 than just its Core i5 processor. Has Gateway done enough to lift the ID49 above its 14-inch competition? Check out the full SlashGear review after the cut.

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Gateway One ZX6951 Review

Gateway One ZX6951 Review

Gateway's all-in-one PC range continues to grow, with a new line of mainstream models intended to offer full touch support without the hefty price tags of their premium counterparts. The company sent over the new Gateway One ZX6951, a 23-inch Full HD model with an Intel Core i3 processor, for SlashGear to try out.

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Gateway LT22 Netbook Available Now in Canada

Gateway LT22 Netbook Available Now in Canada

If you find yourself in Canada, and realized just now that you need a new netbook, Gateway has you covered. They've just announced that their Gateway LT22, which is similar to the LT32 (only smaller), can now be purchased with all your hard earned Canadian monies. Featuring a smattering of run-of-the-mill features, this netbook may not be king of the hill, but at least it isn't the bottom of the barrel, either.

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