Released November, 2009
The Pros:Minimal footprint, just the screen and keyboard. Only a power cable, nothing else to wire. Touchscreen is responsive and accurate.
The Cons:No caps lock light, ever quite sure if its on or not, password entry gets tricky. No backup disks included, need to order them separately at a cost. Setup instructions are minimal, don't tell you much about the system.
The Gateway ZX4800-02 is one of two all-in-one desktop PCs released in late 2009. It features an Intel Pentium dual-core processor, an Intel Graphics Media Accelerator (1GB), and up to 4GB of DDR3 RAM.
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Signature to the ZX4800-2 is that no additional purchase is necessary, as it includes a wireless keyboard, wireless mouse, and a high-definition 20” LCD screen. And the system is friendly to both business- and entertainment-minded folks; it includes a plethora of connectivity and a/v streaming options — like integrated WiFi, Mic, and Camera — as well as a DVD drive and the power to easily handle high-definition videos, games, and audio. Since the Gateway ZX4800-02 was released after October 2009, it also includes Windows 7 Home Premium, along with Gateway TouchSuite — which Gateway claims will allow users to use their finger to operate applications via the display screen.
- All-in-One Desktop PC
- Intel Pentium Dual-Core
- Intel Graphics Media Accelerator
- DDR3 RAM
- SATA HDD
- HD LCD Screen (Touch Capable)
- Integrated WiFi/Gigabit
- Windows 7 Premium
- Gateway TouchSuite
- Processor: Intel Pentium T4300 (2.1GHz)
- OS: Genuine Windows 7 Home Premium
- Memory: 4096MB DDR2 SDRAM
- Hard Drive: 750GB 5400RPM SATA
- Display: 20” HD Widescreen (1600x900)
- Wireless: 802.11b/g/n
- Audition: 5.1-Channel
- Keyboard: Wireless
- Mouse: Wireless
- Media Card Reader: Multi-in-One Digital
- Network: 10/100/1000 Ethernet
- Optical Drive: 8X DVD
- Video: Integrated Intel GMA X4500
User Reviews (2)
minimal footprint, just the screen and keyboard
only a power cable, nothing else to wire
touchscreen is responsive and accurate
no caps lock light, ever quite sure if its on or not, password entry gets tricky
no backup disks included, need to order them separately at a cost
setup instructions are minimal, don't tell you much about the system
getting the keyboard/mouse to connect and WiFi setup takes some work, unnecessarily complicated
need to download a large amount of software after setup just to update the system - not including basic Windows 7 patches
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