New Gateway M675CS Notebook Review

Posted: Dec 9 2003, 9:17am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 9:51am CDT, in Shopping | Shopping Tips

 

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New Gateway M675CS Notebook Review
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DesignTechnica reviews the Gateway M675CS Notebook.

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The Gateway M675CS is more than a notebook, it is a portable workstation designed with legitimate power. It's not the type of machine that is well suited for a trip on an airplane but rather far better suited for moving between office presentations or using as both your office and home machine. The Hyper Threaded CPU is intended for power not battery conservation. The battery life is sacrificed for pure processing power. Since the target audience is for power users it is a wonder that Gateway does not offer Windows XP Professional as the default rather than a somewhat costly extra. When you are not hard at work the Radeon 9600 will give you more than enough detail and resolution for any game or DVD.
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