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Gateway Presented in Japan Its New Netbook and Notebook

Apr 15, 2009
Meet ID5800-25K, a notebook with a clever design developed by Pininfarina for Gateway. The device features 15.6-inch with a resolution of 1366x768.




ID5800-25K is powered by an Intel Core 2 Duo P8600. It can boast a 4GB of RAM, a GeForce G105M video card with 512MB of VRAM and 320GB HDD.

Some additional features include:

- DVD Super Multi;
- WiFi ABGN;
- Bluetooth;
- Multigesture trackpad.

The notebook is currently available in Japan. One can buy it for 119,800 Yen, which is about $ 1,200.

Gateway also launch a very compact N280 Atom powered netbook, entitled LT2000. The device is currently available in black and red. It features 1GB of RAM, 945GSE Chipset, 10.1-inch LCD with a 1024 x 600 resolution.




Among its other features, the netbook includes Dolby Headphone and WiFi B/G. In Japan it can be purchased for 49,800 Yen ($ 500).


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May 08, 2016 11:44 PM » posted by: Infinity

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