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Gateway P-7805u FX Review

The Gateway P-7805u FX is a 17-inch gaming notebook for users who want the performance to play the latest games, but dont want to empty their wallets in the process.[...]

Gateway NV5214u Review

The Gateway NV-series is a line of affordable multimedia notebooks offered in both AMD and Intel configurations. They offer a 15.6" screen with a 16:9 aspect ratio, designer looks, and[...]

Gateway MD7818u Review

The Gateway MD7818u is part of a new affordable notebook line that shares most of its components with the high-style MC series. This notebook offers many of the same features[...]

Mead Advance Notebook Review

The Advance notebook is the latest notebook from Mead that offers a soft touch grip, unique color patterns, and compatibility for multiple working environments. The Advance has a revolutionary cloth[...]

Recycling PCs and Other Gadgets: Think Before You Toss to Benefit Green Tech

Want to get rid of an old PC, phone, or some other gadget? Here are places you can go to dispose of stuff in a "green" way. You might pick[...]

CES 2012 Preview: 3DTV Football, Ultramobile PCs, Wireless, and Some Gadget Sneak Peeks

What will we see at CES 2012? Here are some sneak peeks at gadgets set for rollout at the Las Vegas extravaganza in January.

Gateway Unveils Revamped ID and NV Series Notebooks

Brand new Gateway multimedia and general use notebooks for consumers just hit the shelves today. Find out what's changed in the ID and NV Series notebooks here, along with each[...]

Gateway’s New LT21 Netbook Promises 10 Hours of Battery Life

Gateway's latest netbook offers a little extra style and a whole lot of battery life for between $300 and $350 depending on configuration. Keep reading to see if this netbook[...]

Gateway Intros its First 11.6″ Netbook

Gateway today introduced its new LT1300 netbook featuring an 11.6-inch display with LED backlighting and a high 1366x768 resolution.

Gateway Announces New TC Series Laptops

Gateway today announced the latest addition to their popular value-priced notebooks: the TC Series. This new series borrows design and features from Gateway's MC Series and MD Series and packs[...]

Gateway Launches New NV Series Notebooks

Gateway took the wraps off of its new NV Series line of notebook PCs today with the latest AMD "APU" processors and discrete graphics. Is it finally possible to buy[...]

Congratulations on Getting a New Computer!

With the holidays passing, a lot of people are just getting around to setting up their new computer, and no doubt have questions about what to do and how to[...]

CES 2010: The Countdown Begins

Las Vegas natives call it "The Big Show." NotebookReview.com staff members call it "Hell Week." Everyone else knows it best as the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES). CES 2010 officially[...]

Gateway Announces 15.6″ NV Series Notebook

Gateway today introduced its NV series notebook sporting a 15.6-inch display and starting at $499.99.

Gateway Announces NV5 Series Notebooks

Gateway has announced its latest line of consumer notebooks, the NV5 series featuring 15.6" displays and AMD dual-core processors starting at $529.99.

Gateway Updates NV Series Notebooks

Gateway has announced a refreshed version of its NV series consumer notebooks; they feature a matte lid and a social networking button.

Gateway Launches Quad-Core Gaming Notebook

Gateway today launched the P-7808u FX Edition gaming notebook featuring a quad-core Intel processor.

DesktopReview’s Guide to Black Friday 2010

It's here again. The day after Thanksgiving, while most of America wakes up from the stupor brought on from eating too much, drinking too much and watching too much[...]

Gateway Launches ID Series Notebooks, Updates LT23 Netbook

Gateway introduced its uniquely-styled ID series notebooks featuring Nvidia Optimus technology starting at $679.99 and also updated its LT23 netbook.

Gateway Announces LT32 11.6″ Notebook

Gateway has announced its latest notebook, the 11.6-inch LT32 powered by AMD Athlon II Neo processors and ATI graphics.