Right after a week from the day of announcing the range of Aspire TimelineX notebooks, the subsidiary of Acer Inc., Gateway has come to announce their new and updated NV and ID series of notebooks.
Apparently, these new models feature USB 3.0 ports, Sandy Bridge Processors, an island-style keyboard and a 20% larger ID series trackpad.
It will run with Windows Phone 7 Home Premium 64-bit operating system with 1.3 megapixel webcam. Its screen resolution is sharper and crispier in 1366 x 768p.
The battery life of these units will last from four hours up to 8 hours of non-stop use.
On the other hand, both of the ID and NV series provide the users with automatic access to their social networks on websites like YouTube, Facebook and Flickr due to the quick use hot keys feature.
This is really an advantage for those people who are fond of using the social media sites.
Add to that, the specs of these notebooks include 4.6 pounds in weight and it is powered by either 2.3GHz dual-core Intel Core i5-2410M processor or 1.5GHz quad-core AMD A8-3500M processors.
These also will have 4GB to 6GB DDR3 RAM, Intel HD Graphics, digital media card readers and a 500GB to 640GB SATA hard drives.
With this move, we can say that Gateway is following the steps of Acer. In due time, we will see how these notebooks will fair in the market.
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