Gateway is one of the largest computer makers in the world. The company makes all manner of notebook and desktop machines ranging from desktops and gaming rigs to netbooks and notebook computers. The Gateway NV7901u is the biggest and most power packed machine from Gateway I have tested.
What you notice first about the Gateway NV7901u is its sheer size. With a massive screen, the multimedia roots of the notebook are clear. The huge screen is also a great thing for those who work exclusively from a notebook.
The best news about the Gateway NV7901u is that it offers lots of performance at a bargain price tag. If you want a powerful notebook with a big screen and you don't mind if it's heavy, the Gateway NV7901u might be perfect. Check out the rest of the Gateway NV7901u review for all of the details.
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