Here's the new clone of Apple's iMac that Gateway is releasing call the ONE. I have to admit it looks good for something from Gateway. I'll save judgement on it until i can see it and feel it in person. The iMac just feels like a quality piece of hardware.
Gateway is pulling all links to this. Gizmodo briefly had the specs, It has a 19" LCD, 1.5 GHZ C2D, 2 GB RAM, 320 GB HD and DVD Burner, it starts at $1399. The iMac is not only cheaper by $100 but has a much faster processor (2ghz C2D) and a 20" LCD.
A whole slew of sites this morning spilled out info on Gateway's new "One" PC, which Gateway was teasing us about the other day. Due to be announced tomorrow at Digital Life, the Gateway One is a sleek little all-in-one number, rocking a slot-loading DVD burner, a bunch of inputs and even wall-mounting capabilities. No word on screen size, but it looks spacious enough. The One hosts an easily-replaced hard drive and memory, along with a 5-in-1 card reader. You can score the One in one of three configurations, starting at $1,300 for a 1.5GHz Core 2 Duo processor, 2GB of RAM, a 320GB HDD and Intel X3100 integrated graphics, and ramping on up to the $1,800 unit with a 2GHz processor, 3GB of RAM, 500GB HDD and Mobility Radeon HD 2600 dedicated graphics. The third version splits the difference on specs for $1,500. Apparently there's even a webcam hidden somewhere in the unit, though you couldn't tell it from the pics.
Snooze....been done. Gateway sux (they made decent pcs at one time). That may be why they are being purchased by Acer. I would like to see someone actually get the whole computer behind the lcd so that it can have a slim bezel. Get on it Apple.
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