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Don't let the Gateway FX6831-01's case distract you from the fact that this is a fast, aggressively priced gaming PC with some standout features. We wouldn't recommend this system to a generalist consumer or those with discriminating opinions about hardware aesthetics, but for the pennywise gamer, this Gateway is the midrange desktop to beat.
CNET's Brian Cooley takes a look at Gateway's 610 Media Center, a computer that features Windows XP Media Center 2004 and aims to merge entertainment and functionality.
The Profile 6SB from Gateway is an all-in-one PC that offers the configurability, manageability, and lower price of a standard desktop.
The Gateway FX4710 provides enough performance to get you through most of today's games and multimedia software, but the ahead-of-its time memory is wasted on current applications. You can make your PC dollar go further on a desktop with a more balanced configuration.
With an HD-friendly 16-inch screen and beautiful design, the affordably priced Gateway MC7801u makes an excellent portable media center, provided your HD content is not on a Blu-ray disc.
At CES 2008, Dan Ackerman takes a look at this high-end gaming laptop from Gateway.
Gateway's midrange DX420X is a strong midrange desktop that's primed for smooth Windows Vista performance. If you can live without an HD disk player, we recommend this Gateway, especially if you're looking for some extra performance.
The Gateway DX200X occupies an awkward middle ground: it's too expensive for value shoppers and lacks the features found on slightly pricier midrange PCs.
Gateway's midrange E-2600 series is a good fit for small businesses that need professional system-management features at a low price, without making business resort to bottom-of-the-barrel components.
Gateway's budget E-1500D is a good fit for small businesses that need professional system management features at a low price, although necessary options can double the cost.