Sporting the same chrome and brushed metal bits found in the MD and MC series, Gateway’s TC series is a stylish yet value-priced 14″, 5.3 lb. laptop with a 16:9 HD display.
A bargain entertainment laptop, Gateway’s MD Series is not bad for the price: its 15.6″ screen only displays 1366×678, but it includes a 512MB Radeon 3650, 1.3MP camera and HDMI out.
Gateway finally throws its hat into the 13.3″ laptop ring with its UC Series; materials scream premium, with brushed aluminum and rounded edges. It is hefty, however at 5.3 lbs.
Both Gateway and Dell are dropping Core i7s into their desktops, and at relatively low price points: Dell’s Studio XPS starts at $999, while Gateway’s FX 6800-01e starts at $1,249.
Gateway’s MC Series of laptops is the latest entrant to the 16″ / 16:9 arena; this movie-friendly notebook also sports HDMI out, a backlit keyboard and leather accents; Blu-ray is optional.
Gateway continues to deliver good value to gamers; the FX6710 gets a Q9400 CPU, 750GB hard drive, 6GB RAM and an ATI Radeon 4850 card, all for less than a base model MacBook.
Gateway’s P-7811FX gaming notebook packs in a lot (Geforce 9800M, 4 GB RAM, good battery life) for very little — it’s only a third the cost of a comparable Alienware laptop.
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