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Doubling the memory to 2GB would have greatly aided its performance in the tests, particularly on our memory-intensive Photoshop CS2 image-processing benchmark.
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The new breed of laptops with Intel's revamped Centrino Duo platform code-named Santa Rosa will offer better performance and battery life with low-voltage processors, and it seems likely to become the new standard, leaving these older parts out in the cold. The Gateway EC is based Gateway E-155C Card Reader the previous-generation Intel chipset.
The Gateway EC ran for a respectable 1 hour, 54 minutes on our DVD battery drain test, using the included four-cell battery. Our DVD battery drain test is especially grueling, so you can expect longer life from casual Web surfing and office use. Tablets are often used outdoors Gateway E-155C Card Reader in other nontraditional settings, so we expect battery life to be an important factor for users.
Lenovo still holds the tablet crown in this area, getting three hours out of the X60 tablet. I love the soft rubberized palm rest area too, which is great for long periods of typing due to the comfort it provides. The EC touchpad and soft palm rest. It comes in handy when taking notes or browsing through multiple applications. It even has an eraser in case you make a mistake. It is made of plastic, but it feels more solid than other pens I have used. It is hard to get out of the silo though since it is spring-loaded and tends to get stuck sometimes. Writing Gateway E-155C Card Reader really quite natural, close to the true paper and Gateway E-155C Card Reader experience. This falls far short of the X60 Tablet PC that has a built-in accelerometer to detect the orientation of the device and rotate to face the "right way up" based on how the user is holding it.
The EC in Tablet mode with pen. Now users have the best of both worlds — the option of either using a finger or the pen as an input method.
Considering the EC uses Wacom technology the pen strokes are a more accurate method of input, specifically suited to handwriting or drawing, and I know hard-core Tablet users will love this. Gateway did a great job of outfitting the EC with both though.
Ports The EC has your basic array of ports. Nothing to major for this Tablet, but it does have the basics, which get the job done for most users. Front view of the EC. It lasted about three hours with screen brightness set to half and on-and-off usage, which is average for a Tablet Gateway E-155C Card Reader this size. I do like the power indicator on the battery because it is helpful to know how much battery life is left. Simply push on the battery where you see the LED light meter, and it will light up to indicate its level of charge. This works whether the EC is booted up or not. Gateway does offer a 6-cell and starting in June an 8-cell battery though, for those users who need Gateway E-155C Card Reader battery life.
Even though the optional batteries cost more money and will add weight, it Gateway E-155C Card Reader nice to know you can get one if you need one. Credit goes to the ULV processor for this. When I started running my benchmark tests the EC did get warm and the fan noise was definitely noticeable.
Gateway EC Specs - CNET
It was working hard and you knew it. From time to time I also noticed Gateway E-155C Card Reader the fan would kick on when the computer was idling, but it was never annoyingly loud. View full Gateway EC specs on CNET. Memory Card Reader. 6 in 1 (SD Card, Memory Stick, Memory Stick PRO, MultiMediaCard, RS-MMC, miniSD). A no-nonsense inch convertible tablet, the Gateway EC fits an USB ports, a mini-FireWire, and a mulitformat memory card reader.