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Gateway updates its ID and NV laptops with USB 3.0, Sandy Bridge and Llano internals

Engadget - Acer's had its day (or two) unveiling back-to-school laptops, and now it's its sister brand Gateway's turn. The outfit just announced the 15.6-inch NV series and the 14-inch ID47, both of which include USB 3.0 and a choice of Sandy Bridge processors.

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Gateway is back (kinda) with new laptops at Walmart

If you grew up in the 90s, you are almost certainly familiar with the Gateway name. Now, Acer is bringing back the branding with new laptops.

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Gateway's Back-to-School Lineup Features Inexpensive Laptops, Desktops, and Monitors

Maximum PC: There's a reason college students consider Ramen Noodles an essential food group. It's cheap and won't interfere with their budget for books, backpacks, and beer. Keeping this in line, Acer's Gateway subsidiary announced a new line of affordable PCs and monitors to help students decorate their dorm rooms with new tech without blowing through their grants and/or school loans.

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All-In-One PC Review Roundup

Maximum PC: We know what you’re thinking. Why is Maximum PC dedicating precious time doing another roundup of all-in-one PCs? You’d never buy one of these machines as your primary computer, right? Right. We’d never be satisfied with just an all-in-one, either.

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justinbkerr4151d ago

Make it repairable or i'm not interested.

mpctips4151d ago

Kind of neat to see Dell pushing a 27-inch all-in-one with a 2560x1440 resolution.