Gateway One


So you’ve seen the Gateway One specs, now check out a few live shots, direct from Digital Life in NYC. Click here for more.

The one mystery left was the screen, which turns out to be a 1400 x 900 19-incher, which feels a bit small in this day and age, but leaves the One’s footprint at an acceptable size. Other niceities include dual easy-swap hard drive slots accessed by lifting off the back cover of the computer, and adjustable tilt through a stand in the back

[via Engadget]

Measuring just 3.6-inches thick, the Gateway One (base model) boasts a 1.5-GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor, slot-loading DVD burner, 19-inch display, 2GB of DDR2 memory, 320GB HDD, and Intel X3100 graphics. Click here for another picture.

The higher-end retail version bolsters the specs, raising that Core 2 Duo chip to 2GHz, adding an extra gig of RAM to 3GB and bumping up that hard disc to 500GB. In between those two is the $1500 online version, just like a low-end model except with a 400GB hard drive and a better Radeon HD 2600 graphics chipset

[via Gizmodo]