Gateway have launched a new series of 3 Notebooks making use of AMD’s Brazos CPU platform. The 3 notebooks all feature a 15.6 inch LED-backlit display at a resolution of 1366 x 768. The first machine in the lineup is the NV51B08u. The specs include a 1.GHz C-50 APU with 3GB of RAM and an optional 500GB hard drive with the Radeon HD 6250 GPU. The normal level of I/O is included with a DVD drive, Wi-FI 802.11n, Gigabit Ethernet, Memory card reader, Three USB 3 ports, HDMI and VGA out, Webcam and a keyboard featuring multi-touch gesture support. This entry level notebook will set you back $400.
The next two models are the NV51B02u and the NV51B05u for $450 and $470 respectively. These machines make use of the 1.6GHz E350 Fusion APU and come with AMD’s Radeon HD 6310 IGP. Battery life across all models is approximately 4.5 hours.
3 thoughts on “Gateway Intros new AMD Fusion based Notebooks”
Not very fast processor, unless it overclocks by itself.
Gateway is still around? What ever happened to those ADs where they had guys running around with the cow patterned cardboard boxes?
Well with a processor like that, it will not mean my needs, and it to large for me to buy it to bring also i only got my acer Ferrari.
O and i hate Notebooks were the track pad are not centered it bugs the hell out of me. no real reason just does.