Wednesday, October 7th 2009

Gateway Rolls Out Multi-touch Capable Windows 7 All-in-one Desktops

Gateway rolled out two new all-in-one PCs that boast of multi-touch capable displays. The Gateway One ZX6800 (23-inch), and Gateway One ZX4800 (20-inch) PCs come with everything expected from PCs in this quickly growing category. While the ZX6800 offers a full-HD screen resolution of 1920 x 1080, the ZX4800 give 1600 x 900. Under the hood, the ZX6800 packs an Intel Core 2 Quad 2.33 GHz processor, 8 GB of memory, and ATI Radeon HD 4670 1 GB powering the graphics, DVD Writer, 64 GB SSD to store the OS and installed applications, 1 TB hard drive for storage, gigbit Ethernet and WiFi b/g/n, a hybrid TV-tuner, and 5.1 channel audio (outputs).

The ZX4800 on the other hand, is powered by an Intel Pentium Dual-Core 2.10 GHz, 4 GB memory, Intel GMA X4500 integrated graphics, a 750 GB hard drive (no SSD here), the rest of its specs is identical to its sibling, except that it doesn't pack the TV-tuner. Both come with Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit pre-installed. The multi-touch capabilities may come of use thanks to Windows 7's finger enhancements, and the various applications the company will be bundling. Slated for a time-frame between late October and early November, the Gateway One X6800 will carry a price-tag of US $1399, while the X4800 will sell for $749.

Source: Slashgear
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6 Comments on Gateway Rolls Out Multi-touch Capable Windows 7 All-in-one Desktops

Wile E
Power User
Not too bad at all. Now, is the 4670 on the board, or is it a card?
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Bird of Prey
You know, I am really beginning to like these all in one touch screen pcs. Excellent kitchen pc.
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Fishfaced Nincompoop
And multi touch for teh win!
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WarEagleAU said:
Excellent kitchen pc.
Can't you just keep a box full of recipes like most people? This is kinda overkill isn't it? :roll::roll:
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I'm the only one
O_o multi touch.i likee.
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Nice, like the look of multitouch but It wouldnt be ideal for 24/7 use IMO, I would still need a mouse and keyboard

I'm waiting for multitouch compatible interactive virtual pr0n :cool: :D just imagine what you could make her do with her hands haha