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Gateway

Gateway TC Series

Gateway TC Series
$649  Buy Comment

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.

Gateway MD Series

Gateway MD Series
$650  Buy Comment

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.

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Gateway UC Series

Gateway UC Series
$799+  Buy Comment

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.

Gateway/Dell Core i7s

Gateway/Dell Core i7s
$999-$1,249+  Buy Comment

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 MC Series

Gateway MC Series
$950  Buy Comment

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 FX6710

Gateway FX6710
$1,199  Buy Comment

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 P-7811FX

Gateway P-7811FX
$1,450  Buy Comment

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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