gateway mx6635b notebook

  prdcb1 14:10 11 Nov 2005
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Does anyone think this is any good: Gateway mx6635b notebook, Intel Pentium processor 740, 100gb hard drive, 1024mb ram all for £699 at staples?

  dmertl 09:12 16 Nov 2005

I bought this laptop from Staples on Sunday 13/11 and I have to say you're not going to find many laptops in the shops at that price with that spec. it is a high end laptop with a budget laptop price. i think it's a brilliant laptop. thin and light as well

it also uses the new DDR2 memory and you get a a gig of it to boot!

  Jakonapster 01:40 18 Nov 2005

So why is the mx6635b Laptop not recognised by Staples on line? It doesn't even recognise any Gateway products.
Yet I saw Staples advertising the Gateway on TV last night.

Pretty poor show from Staples if you ask me.

I'd imagine Gateway are not too pleased either.

  prdcb1 07:54 18 Nov 2005

I know I only found out about the machine in a flyer in my local paper, I to went to Staples online, if you go onto the Gateway website you get a link to Staples.

  100% Scouse 14:40 18 Nov 2005

Im buying this laptop tomorrow for a christmas present, so thank you for any information on how it performs etc..

Staples have added a page for tha Gateway MX6635B but it dosent give much information on it, it only tells you the HDD and the RAM with a few other add ons.

The link is as follows: click here

Once again thanks if you can find any more information on this product. :-)

  prdcb1 16:10 18 Nov 2005

Look on the Gateway computers website and click on Notebooks.

  100% Scouse 16:20 19 Nov 2005

High-Performance Mobility
This crowd pleaser boasts high performance features like Intel® GMA900 graphics for awesome entertainment and heaploads of DDR2 memory for demanding users like you. And with the large 15.4" widescreen display you'll enjoy a cinematic experience and easy viewing of side-by-side documents. Who can resist the MX6635b?


Processor:
Intel® Centrino™ Mobile Technology with Intel® Pentium® M Processor 7401
(2MB L2 Cache, 1.73 GHz, 533MHz FSB)
Operating System: Microsoft® Windows® XP Home (SP2) 2

Chipset:
Intel® 915GM

Memory:
1024MB DDR2 (2x512MB) Dual Channel Memory
Expandable to 2GB

Hard Drive:
100GB HDD (4200 RPM)3
Optical Drive: 8x DVD±RW Multi-Format Double Layer

Media Reader:
4-in-1 Digital Media Manager (Secure Digital (SD), Memory Stick, Memory Stick Pro, Multimedia Card)

Video:
Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator 900
Dynamic Video Memory Technology (DVMT) supports up to 128MB shared video memory

Audio:
AC '97 2.3 Compliant Audio

Network:
Intel® PRO 10/100Mbps built-in Ethernet

Wireless:
Wireless LAN 802.11g

Modem:
56K ITU V.92 ready Fax/Modem

Pointing Device:
Touchpad with Vertical Scroll Zone

Ports/Other:
4 USB 2.0, 1 IEEE 1394, 1 VGA External Connector, 1 S-Video External Connector, 1 RJ11, 1RJ45, Microphone In, Headphone/Audio Out
Expansion Slots: 1 PCMCIA Slot (Card Bus type I or type II)

Dimensions:
33-36mm (H) x 358mm (W) x 264mm (D)4

Weight:
2.8 kg 4

Battery:
6-cell Lithium-ion

Software:
Microsoft® Works 8.02, Adobe® Acrobat® Reader 7, Windows Media Player 10, CyberLink® PowerDVD, Nero 6 Suite, Microsoft Internet Explorer, Google Toolbar, Norton Internet Security™ (90 day complimentary trial)5, Gateway BigFix® - identifies and resolves problems that affect the system before they occur6.



Hope These Details Cam In Handy, I Got It Tody But I Havent Used It Yet, Very Light Weight Though. :-)

  prdcb1 17:48 19 Nov 2005

so what does this laptop retail at normally then? and is it a limited offer?

  emailingRob 15:06 20 Nov 2005

Hey I can't find the details of the mx6635b on the gateway.com website.

Can anyone provide me with a link?

I'm looking for a cool laptop for University, and this beast seems like just the ticket. Is Gateway a reliable company?

  the-bunker 22:51 20 Nov 2005

Just got one meself - Very happy with the build quality & I found that the HD is the Hitachi 5K100 & is 5400rpm not 4200 . Battery life seems very good too.
Not sure how I feel about the X-Black screen. Photos look really great, but there's a lot of reflection & in daylight it can seem a bit duller than other non-reflective screens.
Noise wise it's totally silent - I've not heard the fan or HD at all yet.

All in all a great laptop for the money...

  dan11 00:05 21 Nov 2005

There you go click here. The link that is ;-)

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