Gateway Puts Windows 7, Intel Chips in New All-in-One PCs
Two new models in Gateway's ZX One Series of all-in-one desktops come with Blu-ray drives, Intel processors and pretty details, making them a fit for dorm rooms and savvy family spaces.Gateway is updating its ZX One line of all-in-one consumer desktops with the Sept. 29 introduction of the ZX4951 and ZX6951. Pitching the touch-screen PCs as perfect for living rooms, kitchen counters and dorm rooms, Gateway has made an effort to update the systems inside and out. At 21.5 and 23 inches, the all-in-ones feature a curved design-no boxy desktop PCs here!-paired with a glossy black and chrome aesthetic. For ambience, there's lighting along the bottom edge of the PC that can be set to four levels of brightness and that lights up the keyboard.
The chrome stand is also impressively thin, though either model can be mounted on a wall to free up desk or counter space. Wall mounting is a nice idea given that ZX One Series computers have high-definition displays and audio, Blu-ray drives, and TV tuners, allowing them to double as televisions, if not whole entertainment centers.