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Gateway NV59C09u 15.6-inch Core i3 Notebook (Page 1)

Gateway has crammed Intel Core i3 power into a 15.6-inch notebook with a Blu-ray player, making for an attractive package. But is the performance as good as the machine's features? - Read on to find out.
By Shane McGlaun on Jun 9, 2010 01:14 am CDT
Rating: 89%Manufacturer: Gateway

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Introduction

One of the more common types of notebook computers that people shop for are the multimedia variety. These machines can be used as your typical PC for work and play, but have features that are aimed at the user who enjoys watching online video and movies on the notebook frequently.

Typically, when we see a multimedia notebook, it also has a massive screen making them less suited to mobile use than your average notebook with a 15.6-inch screen or smaller. However, you can find a multimedia machine that has an average sized screen.

Today I am looking at the Gateway NV59C09u notebook. At first glance, the 15.6-inch screen might make the machine look more like your typical all around notebook. However, Gateway has put a HD capable GPU and a Blu-ray player inside the Gateway NV59C09u to attract the multimedia user who likes to watch movies, too. Read on for all of the details on the Gateway NV59C09u notebook.

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Shane McGlaun

ABOUT THE AUTHOR - Shane McGlaun

Shane is a long time technology writer that also covers lots of entertainment, cars, science and other topics that are suitable geeky. Shane has been writing full time for over a decade. Shane will cover all sorts of news for TweakTown including tech and other topics. He wrote for TweakTown in the past covering tech news and laptop computers among other things. When not writing about all things geeky, he can be found at the track teaching noobs how to race cars.

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