The Gateway NV7901u
If you have seen one Gateway notebook, you have seen them all. The family resemblance, no matter the machine in the Gateway line, means that all its offerings look virtually identical. Luckily, the machines are all good looking.
The back of the Gateway NV7901u has nothing to see other than the hinge for the screen.
The left side of the notebook has a Kensington lock port, power plug, Ethernet, VGA out, mic/headphone jacks, USB and HDMI out.
The front edge of the notebook hides a few LEDs to show what the notebook is doing and not much else.
The right side of the notebook has the power switch on the hinge, two USB ports and the optical drive.
The bottom of the Gateway NV7901u has the battery, the cooling grates and the covers over the memory and HDD.
The keyboard is large and well spaced with all the keys where they should be along with a number pad.
The huge, highly glossy screen is LED backlit and glorious for movie watching.
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