Gateway has today introduces the new Gateway LT23 Series netbook, which is powered by Intel ATOM N450 processor and features a 10.1-inch LCD LED back-lit display with a 1024×600 resolution. The new netbook clad a sophisticated all-new upscale design and offers up to 8 hours of battery life for on-the-go performance.
The Gateway LT Series characterizes an organic woven pattern that appears to be mosaic, making it a chic fusion of classical design with a modern twist. The color-on-color pattern appears on the matte cover as well as the palm-rest, bringing a cohesive feel to the design of the Gateway LT23 Series netbook PC, and ensuring that it looks incredibly stylish from any angle.
Besides featuring stylish chassis the new Gateway LT23 Series netbook line is powered by Intel Atom N450 processor and has a 10.1-inch LCD LED back-lit display with a 1024×600 resolution, ideal visibility for mobile use and feature a numeric keyboard that can be set with a function key for dedicated data input.
Only 1-inch thick and weighing only 1.25 Kgs / 2.76 pounds, Gateway LT series netbook comes with 1GB of DDR2 memory and upto 250 GB SATA hard drive and features integrated HD webcam, allowing users capture still photos and live video in 108p HD resolution.
The Gateway LT23 series netbook is also equipped with integrated Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n wireless network and features Ethernet port, 3 USB 2.0 ports, VGA out port as well as a multi-in-one digital card reader, so they can be connected to a variety of devices such as cameras, camcorders, MP3 players and printers.
The Gateway LT23 netbooks feature a productivity-enhancing multi-gesture touch-pad that lets users move around websites, documents and digital media in an incredibly intuitive way. For example, users can swirl their fingers in a circular motion to scroll through web pages, long lists of files and music playlists.
In addition, users can move two fingers to flip through photos, web pages and PDF documents as well as make an inward or outward pinching motion to zoom in and out on photos and documents.
“The Gateway LT23 netbook line is as beautiful as it is easy and fun to use,” said Pete Dailey, senior product marketing manager for Gateway notebooks and netbooks. “Netbooks are so popular for their ability to keep people in touch nearly anywhere in a form factor that is incredibly portable, as well as easy-to-use and familiar to customers. The Gateway LT23 delivers the on-the-go mobile performance customers want while also taking fashion seriously.”
Gateway’s LT23 netbook line is powered by Intel Atom N450, so it delivers long battery life paired with the ability to handle multiple tasks such as web-browsing and reviewing documents and provides up to 8 hours of battery life with the 6-cell, 4400mAh battery.
The Gateway LT23 netbook also feature a new integrated dedicated social-networking button that allows users quick access to their social networks on Facebook, YouTube and Flickr. The social-networking button launches an integrated widget that lets customers easily make updates to their own sites by posting information, images and video, while also enjoying updated status feeds of friends, family and colleagues.
Pricing and Availability
The new Gateway LT23 series netbook is available now in several configurations in champagne, pearl and black colors at a starting manufacturer’s suggested retail price of $329.99.
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