• Gateway LT3100 netbook features 11.6-inch screen, AMD processor

    Gateway (now owned by Acer) hops on the 11.6-inch LCD screen bandwagon (started by Acer) with the LT3100 netbook. Unlike Acer, however, this one’s got a — GASP! — AMD chip? Read More

  • Gateway 2000 knows that the surf is up

    For those too young to remember, Gateway was once a cow-oriented company. The boxes were bespeckled like Bessie and their hottest 1994 model, back when the company was still called Gateway 2000, included these bodacious cow wallpapers on the disk. Remember: this was still Windows 3.1. Windows 98 was just a glimmer in the world’s eye. There’s a full Flickr set over here if you want… Read More

  • Hands-on and announcement of the Gateway P-7808 FX gaming notebook

    Gateway is updating its long line of gaming notebooks with the P-7808 FX notebook. This big boy sports a cheesy-ass lid artwork but thankfully, comes pack’n the good stuff on the inside. Oh, she’s fast too. Gateway was kind enough to send one over and so far, it’s impressive – except for the paint job. Read More

  • Gateway's new TC series attempts to bridge the netbook gap

    Netbook too small for yah? Gateway is banking that some people want the smallish footprint – and price – of a netbook, but also wants a bit more power and options. The TC Series fits that market well with a 14-inch HD screen and a $649 price. Read More

  • Quick Look: Gateway UC7807u

    The UPS man just dropped off the Gateway JM30, a compact media laptop with a fairly unique feature – a round touchpad. I’ve only ever seen this sort of touchpad on Toshibas and on a few laptops from Japan, so it’s a nice little tweak. The laptop itself is consistent with Gateways more upscale line with brushed metal surfaces and a nice glossy screen. It has HDMI out –… Read More

  • Core i7 hitting Dells, Alienwares, Gateways

    Those big packages from Intel must have arrived at all the custom prebuilt computer sites, because all of a sudden they’re all making a racket about how their latest setups rock the new Core i7s like a hurricane: Dell has them in their XPS 730x starting today at $2K Alienware has them in the X-58 series starting at $1650 (or $3700, your choice) Gateway has them in the 6800 series… Read More

  • Gateway's MC Series of laptops are for multimedia buffs

    Gateway’s new MC Series of laptops are for those of you who demand better a better-than-OK multimedia performance from your laptop. That’s why the Intel Core 2 Duo-based line has a 16-inch (1366×768) glass display (like the new MacBook, just not LED-based), 512MB ATI Mobility Radeon HD 3650, 4GB RAM, built-in HDMI 1.3, Draft N Wi-Fi—we’re still only at Draft… Read More

  • Apple Climbs To Third Place In US Desktop Market

    Gartner and IDC have reported that Apple has climbed to third place in the US desktop market, with a market share of approximately 7.8 to 8.5%. Worldwide, Apple has yet to crack the top 5 spots, but in the USA Apple has finished almost tied for third place with Acer (the new merged Acer-Gateway). Dell retains top spot in the USA with 31.9% of the market, and HP is in second place with… Read More

  • Gateway launching three new lines of desktops tomorrow

    Gateway is said to be launching three new lines of desktop computers tomorrow. One aimed at gamers, one for online media enthusiasts, and a line of entry level computers for average users. For gamers, the FX series is the place to start. Gateway is highlighting the FX541, with it’s SLI motherboard, dual PCIe x16 slots, and has a factory overclocked NVIDIA 8800 GT video card. If… Read More

  • Gateway makes affordable gaming laptops, PCs

    These FX-edition laptops and PCs from Gateway come in black and brown. The gaming laptop, for example, features high-end Intel processors and NVIDIA GeForce 8800M GTS 512MB GDDR3. It has HDMI out. The laptop is priced at about $3,000 and will be available next month. The flagship model, the Gateway P-171XL FX Edition, comes with an Intel Core 2 Extreme X7900 processor, NVIDIA® GeForce™… Read More

  • Mossberg reviews Gateway One, says it's no iMac

    Since Gateway announced the One, everyone and their cousin has known it’s a blatant copy of Apple’s iMac. Even Uncle Walt over at the Wall Street Journal knows damn well what Gateway and Dell are trying to do with their all-in-one computer systems. Unfortunately for Gateway, while imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, the One doesn’t even come close to the iMac. In… Read More

  • Gateway 22/24-inch Monitors: I would like to receive a "What! What!" in due time

    You know it’s slow when we’re writing about Gateway HD Widescreen LCD displays, but here goes. The FHD2400 and HD2200 ($349.99) are to widescreen displays that work with most CE devices and has a cool EzTouch bezel with a bunch of sexy buttons. The 2200 has some 1000:1 contrast ratio going on, a 400 cd/m2 brightness, and 3ms refresh rate up in the hizouse as well. Read More

  • Gateway's new 30-inch monitor does 1600p

    1600p? That’s a lot of progressively-scanned picture elements, my friends. Gateway’s new XHD3000 Quad HD display has a 30-inch, 2560×1600 resolution and costs about $1700. While 1600p video content might be a bit tricky to find, the flat-panel will upscale 1080p video. You’ll also get six different inputs including HDMI, DVI (single- and dual-link), S-video, composite… Read More

  • Gateway One Has Arrived

    Oops. Guess I let this one slip out a bit early yesterday, but here it is again. I present to you the Gateway iMac…errr…I mean the Gateway One. A lustrous and chic all in one PC if you can’t tell by the images. The One is encased in metal at just 3.6-inches deep with a 19-inch widescreen TFT active-matrix LCD with 1440×900 resolution. Its plethora of features isn’t… Read More

  • Gateway One Looks A Lot Like…

    Everyone is taking design cues from Apple and it’s rather apparent when you look at other high-end products. Am I right? Of course I am. If you think I’m wrong then you tell me the Gateway One doesn’t resemble an iMac. The One is encased in metal at just 3.6-inches deep with a 19-inch widescreen LCD. Its plethora of features isn’t ground breaking, but it’s nice… Read More