Gateway Introduces New NV Series Notebooks

"Gateway today followed up its recent AMD based notebook launch with the release of a new series of 15.6in notebooks."

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Gateway Introduces New NV Series Notebooks
The Gateway NV SeriesGateway today followed up its recent AMD based notebook launch with the release of a new series of 15.6in notebooks. According to the manufacturer, each notebook of the new series is “a workhorse entertainment notebook that pairs the latest notebook technologies and important one-touch buttons with excellent style at an affordable price.”
Dubbed the NV series, the notebooks are available on both AMD and Intel Platforms. While the AMD one features an AMD Athlon 64 X2 2.10GHz CPU, the Intel model has an Intel Core 2 Duo T6500 processor also clocked at 2.10GHz. Both models have 4GB of DDR2 RAM, with graphics support on the AMD version coming from an ATI Radeon HD 3200 card, while the Intel system has an Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 4500MHD card.
Storage is in the form of a 320GB SATA HDD, while connectivity options include Gigabit LAN and 802.11b/g/n WiFi. Also included in the specifications are four USB ports, D-Sub and HDMI outputs, Bluetooth, integrated card reader, integrated webcam and an 8x DVD SuperMulti optical drive. Both notebooks come with a standard 6-cell Lithium Ion battery.
Among the special features of the notebooks are two buttons – MyBackup and PowerSave. Located conveniently above the keyboard, the MyBackup button activates an auto backup function that makes copies of the entire system without the need for a third-party application. The PowerSave button on the other hand removes the need for users to run through complex power-setting options. When activated, the PowerSave button extends the available battery life to allow prolonged usage.
Available in four attractive colours, the AMD based NV series notebook weighs in at 3.1kg and is priced at $499.99. The Intel based system weighs lighter 2.65kg while carrying a higher price tag of $599.99.
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23-06-2009, 18:53:22

When I game I tend to "claw the mouse" in the way that I dont have my palm on the mouse. Whats this one like?

23-06-2009, 19:21:22

bump for my £20 offer

23-06-2009, 23:12:18


bump for my £20 offer

sorry way to low considerin it is hardly used £30 is a good price

26-06-2009, 13:10:03

bump might be willin to take £25 need the funds!

26-06-2009, 13:48:46

This got weights matey?

26-06-2009, 13:51:15


This got weights matey?

no dude it is a nice weight but dont think it takes any weights!!

26-06-2009, 13:55:21

told u already, could give me a present :) or trade with something i have on here.

29-06-2009, 05:15:52

now sold please close thread!

29-06-2009, 07:00:02

Was it sold on here Sammy? If it was the thread needs to stay open till its arrived so the buyer can post an update

29-06-2009, 12:27:01

no it was sold on ebay

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