• Gateway Shrinks The Bezel With 14-inch ID47 Notebook

    Companies have touted edgeless displays for years. But they weren’t edgeless in the sense that the display didn’t have an edge. But here’s Gateway, Acer’s budget brand, rocking what is likely the slimmest bezel in a retail notebook to date. Yep, Gateway. The budget cow computer company. Read More

  • Gateway Outs Three Affordable And Good Looking LED LCD Monitors

    Gateway’s latest monitors are a rare balance of classy looks and technical achievements — at affordable prices of course. All three, the 21.5-inch FHX2152L, the 24-inch FHX2402L, and the 23-inch FHD2303L, sport 1080p LED panels capable of 12,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio. The FHX series models refresh at 2ms while the FHD does it in 5ms. The 24-inch and 23-inch models will… Read More

  • Gateway Releases NV59C66u With Built-in WiMAX

    It’s a red-letter day, folks: Gateway just release a $700 NV laptop with WiMAX built-in, namely the Intel 6250 Wi-Fi/WiMax card. Otherwise this is pretty bog-standard for a laptop although it does seem to mirror HP’s sexy styling on their own Envy line. WiMax connectivity comes from carriers across the country and isn’t included in the package. Press release after the jump. Read More

  • Gateway Debuts Inexpensive 21.5- And 23-Inch ZX One All-In-Ones

    The all-in-one form factor isn’t going anywhere and Gateway is just reaffirmed their commitment with two new models. Even though these things hit for less than a grand, they’re still capabile machines and might fit your requirements. Both the 21.5- and 23-inch models rock Full HD touchscreens, 4GB of Ram, at least a 500GB hard drive, and Blu-ray drives. The larger, 23-inch… Read More

  • Gateway launches LT32 Netbook line

    Gateway announced their latest line on netbook machines today, using AMD’s NEO processors and and ATI graphics. Gateway is looking to make netbooks capable of handling HD video, while maintaining the small size and weight of an ultra-portable system. Read More

  • New Acer Aspire desktop PCs start at $449.99

    What can I do to get you into a new Acer Aspire X3 or M3 Series PC? I can’t go lower on price – my manager is already busing my stones about dropping the price down to $449.99 – but how about I throw in a “space-saving chassis” and mention they’re an “appealing addition to a dorm, bedroom or home office.” No? Still nothing? Look, the X3 series is… Read More

  • Gateway adds Blu-ray, Core i3 & i5 CPU options to its NV entertainment notebooks

    The Gateway NV series just got a nice little spec bump. The entry-level series finally got updated to Intel’s latest CPU architecture and can be spec’d-out with a wide range of options. All the models however come with a slightly redesigned case, HD webcam, and HD Ultrabright LCD displays. Read More

  • Consumer Reports says Apple has the best tech support, Acer/Gateway/eMachines the worst

    Consumer Reports has a new report on which computer company has the best tech support. Apple wins! That’s what happens when the same company controls the hardware as well as the operating system (and several of the most prominent pieces of software). The highest ranking PC manufacturer is Dell for desktops and Lenovo for laptops. Read More

  • Gateway announces new product line up for 2010

    Gateway announced their new desktop models today. They added five new systems, including a touchscreen, and two high end gaming machines. We managed to get our hands on their new basic system, the SX2840, and you can read our review here. Read More

  • Review: Gateway SX2840

    Gateway’s new SX2840 is an ideal system for someone who needs a good basic computer. It’s designed to be a small form factor rival to the high end, high cost systems currently on the market. The new SX2840 also hits that mythical sweet spot of price and performance, making it the ideal system for someone looking for a combination of price and performance. Read More

  • Acer has an e-reader, app store, and Chrome OS netbook prepped for '10, working on a tablet

    Acer has big plans for 2010. Sometime within the coming months the world’s second largest computer maker will launch a 6-inch monochrome ebook reader, cross-platform application store and a Chrome OS netbook — along with probably a crapton and a half of computers under its Acer, Gateway, and EMachines brands. And yes, the company is working on a tablet computer says the president… Read More

  • Gateway EC series ultraportables are basically Acer Timelines that say ‘Gateway’

    Let’s say you’re intrigued by Acer’s new Windows 7 Timeline ultraportables due to ship out this Thursday but you like saying “Gateway” more than you like saying “Acer” for some reason. You’ll be happy to know that Gateway (which is owned by Acer, by the way) has just announced two ultraportable computers that are spitting images of two of the… Read More

  • Woot! Loaded Gateway desktop PC for $480

    Remember desktop PCs? People used to use them before laptops were powerful. Some people still use them today, believe it or not! I have one – ha! If you want to see what all the fuss is about in regards to desktop PCs, then Woot! has a pretty stellar deal on a quad-core Gateway system with 8GB of RAM for $480 – it’s refurbished but carries a 90-day warranty. Read More

  • Gateway One ZX series gets Windows 7 and touchscreen features

    My gut reaction to seeing these all-in-one computers is that they might make a nice addition to a dorm room or an aging couple’s den. But then Gateway goes and says something like this: “The powerful One ZC6800 Series is a no-compromise, high-performance configuration entirely suitable for serious gaming.” I roll my eyes and then look for the actual specs, to find… Read More

  • Gateway EC18T 11.6-inch tablet photos trickle out for all to see

    Ah, mysterious Gateway tablet. Were you not leaked to Engadget by an anonymous tipster, we may not even be talking about you. But your lack of pricing and availability makes you an enigma wrapped in a riddle wrapped in a mystery. Read More

  • Verizon to offer subsidized 10.1-inch Gateway netbook for $150

    Starting next Sunday, October 4th, you’ll be able to pick up the Gateway LT2016U through Verizon for $150 after a $100 mail-in rebate and with a two-year data plan. The machine will come preinstalled with a 3G Gobi chipset from Qualcomm, which will work here in the US and abroad as well. Read More

  • Review: Gateway NV5214u 15.6-inch notebook

    Quick Version: Gateway’s new student-oriented NV series packs a lot of bang for the buck, although the machine is almost too heavy and bulky to function as a truly portable computer. If it’s going to spend most of its time on a desk, though, you get a fully-featured computer at roughly the price of an expensive netbook. Read More

  • Netbook Fight! Gateway LT3103 versus Acer Aspire One 751h

    In the search for affordable 11.6-inch netbooks, you have a couple of enticing choices in the Acer Aspire One 751h and the Gateway LT3103. Both pretty much come from the same company, as Acer owns Gateway, and while the outward look and feel of each system is pretty similar, there are some notable internal differences. Read More

  • Gateway aims low with the LT2000 netbook

    Yeah, there isn’t much to see here. The new Gateway LT2000 netbook is basicly the same netbook that has been making the rounds over the last two years. There isn’t a single thing to set this netbook apart from the rest of the crowd besides the somewhat attractive color scheme and the Gateway branding. In fact, you probably already know the hardware specs.[PSGallery=8xkdkw5s5m] Read More

  • Gateway NV series notebooks geared at students, start at $499

    Gateway’s got a new line of student-friendly notebooks in the NV Series. There’ll be a myriad of configurations available starting at $499, most or all of which will feature a 15.6-inch LCD with 1366×768 resolution, 4GB of RAM, 320GB hard drive, six-cell battery, DVD burner, integrated webcam, HDMI, and Vista Home Premium. Read More