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Gateway One ZX6800 and ZX4800 multitouch Win 7 all-in-ones

Gateway One ZX6800 and ZX4800 multitouch Win 7 all-in-ones

Gateway have unveiled two new all-in-one PCs, which each run Windows 7 and offer multitouch-capable touchscreen displays.  The Gateway One ZX6800 and ZX4800 have a 23-inch 1920 x 1080 and 20-inch 1,600 x 900 display respectively, and as well as Windows 7's finger-enhancements the company has also loaded them up with various music, photo, memo and other custom apps.

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Verizon Announcement: Gateway LT20 netbook, Razzle, Motorola Barrage and Nokia 2705 Shade

Verizon Announcement: Gateway LT20 netbook, Razzle, Motorola Barrage and Nokia 2705 Shade

With only a few days left leading up to CTIA Wireless in San Diego, Verizon wireless pulled out all the stops and announced a boat load of new phones and a new subsidized 3G Gateway netbook.  The most impressive handset from the lineup is the HTC Imagio powered by Windows Phone 6.5 aka HTC Touch Diamond 2 (which we’ve reviewed here).  Other handsets include a rugged clamshell by Motorola – the Barrage, a unique phone made by Personal Communication Devices (PCD) and finally the Nokia Shade.

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Gateway NV5214u Notebook Review

Gateway NV5214u Notebook Review

While expensive ultraportables may get the bulk of online attention, the real battle is going on at the budget end of the market, where netbooks, CULV ultra-thins and cheap notebooks are fighting it out for a slice of the lucrative back-to-school audience. Into the fray steps Gateway, no stranger to the segment, and they've brought along their NV5214u, very much the desktop-replacing notebook rather than a slick but underpowered netbook. With an MRSP of $499.99 it certainly ticks the budget box; check out the full SlashGear review after the cut to see if it can tick any others.

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Gateway LT2000 $300 netbook undercut by Acer it’s based on

Gateway LT2000 $300 netbook undercut by Acer it’s based on

Gateway have announced a new netbook, the LT2000, a 10.1-inch Intel Atom N270 based machine with 1GB of RAM and a 160GB hard-drive.  While the specs of the Gateway LT2000 may not be anything unusual, the company is hoping that the $299.99 sticker price will tempt in buyers.

 

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Gateway P series FX gaming notebooks updated

Gateway P series FX gaming notebooks updated

Gateway gave updates to their P series FX gaming notebooks today that provide models that are cheaper for consumers. While the updates weren't trumpeted out with fanfare, they are still important to note.

Gateway SX SFF and DX mini-tower PCs announced

Gateway SX SFF and DX mini-tower PCs announced

Gateway have rolled out two new small-form-factor (SFF) desktop PC ranges, its SX Series and DX Series, offering a choice of AMD or Intel processors, HDMI connectivity and compact desk footprints.  The first SX model is the Gateway SX2800-01, a Core 2 Quad Q8200 2.33GHz desktop with integrated GMA X4500 graphics, 4GB of DDR memory, 640GB hard-drive and a DVD burner.

 

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Gateway launches LT3100 netbook

Gateway launches LT3100 netbook

Gateway revealed their LT3100 netbook today and this one is just a little bit different than the first generation. It features an 11.6-inch display with a 1,366 x 768 resolution and is only 3.1-pounds.

Gateway ZX6800 Full-HD multitouch all-in-one

Gateway ZX6800 Full-HD multitouch all-in-one

Acer subsidiary Gateway have been showing off their all-in-one touchscreen PC, and with a multitouch-capable 23-inch Full HD display it's certainly no slouch.  Unlike touchscreen nettops, the Gateway ZX6800 packs an Intel Core 2 Duo processor and DDR3 memory, and runs Windows 7.

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Gateway ID Series gets Pininfarina design

Gateway ID Series gets Pininfarina design

If you have always wanted a computer that had the look and feel of a sports car while still being, well, a computer, you're in luck. The latest from Gateway comes in the form of the ID series and these notebooks feature the design of Pininfarina--Ferrari extraordinaire.

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SlashGear Week in Review – Week 8 2009

SlashGear Week in Review – Week 8 2009

Unsurprisingly we've been Mobile World Congress obsessed this week, with myself and Vincent jetting off to vaguely-sunny Barcelona to see what's new in the world of mobile devices.  Whether a sign of a tighter consumer purse or a slowing in development, there were fewer big-hit devices than perhaps we expected, but Palm still made a strong showing with their Pre, while HTC caused ripples with both the Touch Diamond2 and Touch Pro2 as well as the Android-based Magic.

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Gateway FX6800-05 review : Intel 80GB SSD, i7 940, plus ATI 4870 X2’s gaming rig

Gateway FX6800-05 review : Intel 80GB SSD, i7 940, plus ATI 4870 X2’s gaming rig

Gateway's FX6800-01e was the first i7, Nehalem, Quad-Core processor PC we tested, and its performance boost over the previous Core 2 architecture was obvious. That was the company's lowest FX-series rig with Nehalem/Bloomfield; today we have the highest model in the FX-series, the FX-6800-05 desktop, to review. Gateway's ultimate gaming rig sports high end components built upon the Intel's i7-940 2.93Ghz, ATI Radeon 4870 X2 graphics, 6GB of DDR3 memory, and last but by no means least, an ultra-fast Intel X25-M 80GB SSD. All that will cost you around $3000 retail, so the big question is whether this Gateway is worth the asking price?

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10-inch Acer Aspire One coming Q1 2009

10-inch Acer Aspire One coming Q1 2009

Acer will launch a 10-inch version of the Aspire One netbook in February or March 2009, according to Acer Taiwan president Scott Lin.  While Lin kept quiet on specifications for the larger Aspire, it will presumably offer the same Intel Atom processor as the existing model, only in a larger package and with a bigger display. 

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