Gateway's Back-to-School Lineup Features Inexpensive Laptops, Desktops, and Monitors

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tmcclelland455

I'll stick with my OptiPlex 170L, Eee PC 1005HA, and old gaming PC from '04.

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TheMissingPiece

I'm usually not one to say this, but...eeewwwww. That cheap AIO looks appealing, but those laptops can most definitely be better.

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vrmlbasic

These don't seem either cheaper or better than the low-end laptops that are already available. Making cheap laptops without giving them the ability to do anything graphically intensive (ie:not giving them an AMD APU) is horrible. I've seen too many people be forced to the consoles as their laptop can't play any game really tried on Steam, due to Intel's horrible HD series of integrated GPUs.

So many Sandy Bridge and Ivy Bridge laptops are damned to being nothing more than fancy electric typewriters thanks to Intel.