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    1. Gateway DVS20 MPEG4 Pocket Multi-Cam
    by Gateway
    list price: $199.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000UL3EM
    Catlog: Photography
    Manufacturer: Gateway
    Sales Rank: 1235
    Average Customer Review: 2.56 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Review

    Not a full-fledged camcorder, and yet very much more than a toy, the Gateway DVS20 MPEG4 Pocket Multi-Cam is one of a new generation of "convergence" devices that take both still images and tapeless digital video. In a head-to-head contest with a full-featured tapeless camcorder--something from Panasonic D-Snap's line, for example--it may not come out all that well, but at this price range a more fair comparison would be with an entry-level digital still camera. Seen in this light, the DVS20 does very well indeed. In fact, I now find myself favoring my Gateway over my everyday digital camera, a low end Olympus.

    The DVS20's compact body
    The first advantage it has over almost every still camera in its price range is the swiveling LCD that lets you take photos from awkward angles--you can shoot holding the camera over your head for example, by angling the LCD down, or capture stylish, cinematic low angles. And the shutter action is above average, with very little of the dreaded shutter delay effect of many digital cameras (you know, when you press the button and the picture gets taken sometime the following week).

    So what about video? The DVS20 does okay, though it would be better to think of video as a bonus function rather than its main purpose. It performs middling to poor in low-light conditions, but in daylight it takes pretty clear, if somewhat herky-jerky footage. A memory card is a must if you want to do any significant amount of taping--the size of the internal memory is actually pretty generous at 64 MB, but this will hold a maximum of 18 minutes of video, and that's at the lowest resolution (a very grainy 320 x 240). It's worth noting that the mic performs much better I expected. I was able to tape a public event, getting very clear audio for both the PA and the ambient crowd noise.

    One real downside is the rate at which this thing eats through batteries--one day of sporadic use was all that a pair of alkalines lasted me. Do not proceed without rechargeables! And while we're talking downsides, I should also mention that the flash tends to wash out facial features at distances under ten feet. Overall, though, you'd be hard put to find a better value in this price range. --David Stoesz

    Pros

    • Above-average performance for its price range
    • Swivel-view LCD
    • A/V and USB outputs
    • SD card slot
    • Very compact body--comparable to a pack of cigarettes.
    Cons
    • Devours batteries like sweet, sweet candy
    • Only so-so low light performance
    • The flash tends to wash out details
    ... Read more

    Features

    • Digital camcorder and camera in one
    • Tapeless MPEG-4 video format
    • Capture up to 18 minutes of video or 700 still pictures to the 64MB internal memory
    • SD slot for expanded memory
    • About the size of a bar of soap

    Reviews (16)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great Mini Video Camera
    This camera is just great. The quality of the videos and pics aren't perfect like you would see from an 1000 dollar camera but I love them because I just want a camera that I can have fun with and not get real serious about it. First of all it's inexpensive so if it breaks, it isn't the end of the world and since it's so small you can take it anywhere. It includes software that you can use to edit and create your own movie masterpiece. It's zoom is a little weak but having a great zoom is too high above the price range of this product. Its battery life is about one hour but if you get the accessory pack it will turn into 90 minutes if you use the batterys included in it. The vidoes do include sound since the camera has a microphone. Another great quality it has is the fact that it can record up to 18 minutes and 700 pictures with its 64 MB internal memory. I would recommend this to someone who doesnt want the top of the line camera (if you do than spend more money) but wnats something that will be easy and fun to use. Really, anyone who wants to make movies should buy this. That's what my intention was and I love it.

    1-0 out of 5 stars You Get What You Pay For
    I purchased a DV-S20 last week. Well, I have to agree with what the people who give this product one and two stars have to say. I really cannot add much more to what's been said about it, but I can confirm that it performs poorly in pretty much all aspects of operations. The one thing that I truly did not care for, is that the camera insists on taking pictures at 1/30 of a second, no matter how much light is available. I adjusted the ISO by bumping it up to 400, but to no avail. In some cases, the shutter operated at 1/6 of a second! With shutter speeds that slow, it's no wonder that most of the pictures were fuzzy. Once in a great while, I was able to get a good, clear picture. But that was only achieved by holding the camera perfectly still with two hands and leaning up against something solid. Unfortunarely, this method isn't very practical in the real world. I used up the batteries very quickly because I spent so much time deleting a lot of bad pics. The video I took of my normally graceful gray tabby made her look as if she was in an earthquake. It was very jerky.

    3-0 out of 5 stars Better Than Nothing
    I got this for Hannukah from my parents, and although it's not exactly a real camcorder it really is better than nothing. The Digital Camera on here all out sucks basically, but once in a while you can nail a decent digital picture. As for the camcorder it's ok, you can't exactly make a real movie, (unless you buy more memory, which is almost the price of the camera/camcorder itself), but even so ive enjoyed making short documentarys and sending them to my friends. Anothjerb great thing is the size, I mean you can take it anywhere, you never know what you could get on tape. Anyway overall, this is a decent item.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great Wow factor
    This is a great little gadget for capturing spontaneous stuff. It is so small I take it everywhere and it's not obnoxious when you start shooting. You know how people freeze up or start "acting" whenever the camcorder starts recording. The DVS20 is less intimidating so you end up getting unbelievable bits.
    Don't be confused, it is not a camcorder, but then it's a fraction of the price too.

    5-0 out of 5 stars DVS20
    Great for Moblogs.
    I want to make it clear that this is NOT a precision high tech video camera. The DV-S20 is a TOY that you can take anywhere and have fun with. That being said, on with the review...

    I am a television video producer; I edit video for a living. I am always updating my "goings on" via my moblog and the DV-S20 Multi-Cam continues to be perfect for taking video of an event and quickly uploading the video onto the web. The small camera's appealing design (about the size of a deck of cards, only a little thicker) attracts attention whenever I use it. Even my peers in the "television world" take note. I carry it around with me everywhere I go because it is so small and at such a low price I am not afraid that something may happen to it.

    The camera can be held and controlled with one hand. The A/V out is great for watching the photos and videos on TV or recording to VCR, if that is your type of thing. I would suggest getting an SD media card for heavy use. The stock 64mb memory has plenty of room for photos, but video will quickly eat up that space. Having separated "video record" and "photo" buttons makes it nice to take a mix of video and photos on the fly. Sound quality is about par with the average consumer camcorder.

    I want to make it clear, the Multi-Cam is a toy. If you are looking to replace even the lowest end camcorder, you will be VERY unhappy with this product. Don't use it to document "Babies first steps" or "Julie's Second Wedding". The DV-S20 Multi-Cam is not made for these events... the price should clue you into that!

    The DV-S20 Multi-Cam is made for Bloggers, Young people just getting interested in video production, and the "Gadget Freak" that loves to show off. I love my Multi-Cam, I use it everyday. It fits my mobile technology life and I recommend it.

    PRO: Cheap price for a well made product, small package, attracts attention, fast and easy uploading to the computer, easy memory upgrade. Very easy to learn and operate. Quality consumer software included.

    CONS: Lackluster video quality if used for TV viewing, .asf files do not agree with some computers and editing programs. No zoom in photo mode, 2.5x digital zoom in video mode. ... Read more


    2. Gateway AR230 Progressive-Scan DVD Player / Recorder
    by Gateway
    list price: $249.99
    our price: $189.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0001CVBRI
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Gateway
    Sales Rank: 2280
    Average Customer Review: 3.43 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    With the Gateway AR-230 DVD player/recorder, you can play movies and music, record off-air TV broadcasts, and store multimedia content on high-capacity, 4.7 GB DVDs. It's never been easier to share your home videos with friends and family, and the AR-230 even delivers quality home cinema on standard or high-definition televisions. Using the recorder's extensive inputs--including an IEEE 1394 digital video jack--you can transfer and assemble your most treasured camcorder footage, archive all your old videotapes, or burn video from your PC straight to high-capacity DVD--up to six hours per side using either DVD+R or DVD+RW.

    The unit's onscreen display (OSD) lets you adjust settings and select options for your DVD recorder, including parental controls.
    DVD+RW discs require no finalizing: you can record, eject, and play them with minimal fuss, thanks to background formatting. This feature, which lowers total burning time, is an advantage over the "dash" formats. Other DVD+RW advantages include on-disc content editing and multisession writing. And, through DVD+RW and DVD+R's compatibility with most existing DVD players, they're a great way for you to share your special memories with family and friends.

    The recorder offers timer recording (record once, daily, or weekly), as well as disc editing features such as title editing, title deletion (on DVD+RW discs), title overwriting (on DVD+RW discs), and content protection.

    The AR-230 is also a first-rate DVD player, featuring progressive-scan video outputs, Dolby Digital and DTS 5.1-channel surround-sound passthrough, MP3 CD playback (CD-R/-RW), and playback compatibility with most DVD media (including video-mode DVD-R and DVD-RW). You can load a disc full of JPEG images for a digital slideshow in the comfort of your living room.

    Whether you already own an HDTV or you're merely thinking of "someday," the AR-230 stands ready to deliver the full potential of your DVDs. Progressive scanning, referred to as 480p for the number of horizontal lines that compose the video image, creates a playback picture using twice the scan lines of a conventional DVD picture, giving you higher resolution and sharper images while eliminating nearly all motion artifacts.

    The AR-230 DVD player is equipped with high-end video outputs as well as digital-audio outputs for surround-sound passthrough.
    Top-of-the-line component-video outputs help minimize digital and line-scan artifacts on compatible advanced televisions, while composite- and S-video outputs bring compatibility with nearly any television monitor. Video inputs include the above-mentioned front-panel IEEE 1394 jack, front and rear composite-video jacks, and a rear-panel S-video input. Audio inputs consist of two-channel analog jacks with up to 24-bit analog-to-digital conversion.

    A single set of left/right analog-audio outputs channel audio to Dolby Pro Logic receivers and stereo televisions. Both Dolby Digital and DTS 5.1-channel surround-sound signals can be routed through the player's digital-audio outputs (one each of RCA coaxial and Toslink optical) for direct connection to a full-featured audio/video receiver.

    What's in the Box
    DVD recorder, remote control, remote batteries, an AC power cord, a 6-foot audio/video interconnect (stereo analog audio/composite-video), a 6-foot RF coaxial AV cable, a blank DVD+RW disc, a setup poster, and a user’s manual. ... Read more

    Features

    • DVD player/recorder with camcorder-ready DV, composite-video, RF, and S-video inputs
    • Record from TV, VCR, or camcorder directly to DVD; up to 6 hours video recording per side (either DVD+R or DVD+RW)
    • Progressive-scan output for seamless, flicker-free images on high-definition and HD-ready TVs
    • Plays MP3 CDs, JPEG image CDs, video mode DVD-Rs and DVD-RWs
    • Dolby Digital and DTS 5.1-channel surround-sound passthrough from coaxial and optical digital-audio outputs

    Reviews (23)

    5-0 out of 5 stars It's simply a better value
    My AR230 was purchased as a replacement for a Panasonic DVD recorder that died on me. I use it mostly for time shifting TV programs. Quality is very good on the 1 and 2 hour settings good on the 4 hour setting and just slightly better than good VCR on the 6 hour setting. It's got a simple menu system that even got my wife recording some of her soaps. I've only recorded camcorder to DVD-R using the firewire port twice but the quality was good and it was easy to do. Be sure to finalize DVD-R's so they will play on other DVD players. I use brand name media and have not had a bad disc yet. This unit doesn't have a hard drive or the bells and whistles of some of the high-end units but at less than $300 it's a way better value than the others I considered. If you need a good replacement for your old VCR this is it.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Good solid product
    This is an interesting product. It's a cross between a VHS VCR and a fully functioning digital DVD recorder.

    The higher priced digital recorders have hard drives built in to give them Tivo features like the ability to record temporarily for many hours, watch a program from the beginning while the unit is still recording the end, instant replay, pause live TV, etc. The fully loaded recorders also have some sort of Tivo-like program guide.

    The AR-230 has none of these things, but it costs a lot less as well. It's an interesting mix of high and low end VCR features plus an adequate DVD+R/RW recorder. The high end is reflected by the number of different inputs and outputs: Composite, S-Video, Component, Firewire, Coax and Optical audio. The low end is reflected by the timer: Only 5 programs, no Mon-Fri mode, no VCR+.

    As a simple DVD replacement for a VCR, it fulfills it's function very well. The remote is easy to use. The quality of the DVD image is equal to the quality of the video input. It won't allow you to create you're own chapters, but you can set it to automatically create chapters every 1 - 12 minutes.

    There are 4 program modes: 1hr, 2hrs, 4hrs & 6hrs. I've tried the 2 and 4 hour modes and both are fine. Choosing from titles on the disc is much easier than scanning a VCR tape for the start of a new program. Also scanning by chapter and fast forward/reverse work very well - a big improvement over tape.

    The AR-230 records only on "Plus" media, but reads/plays just about everything. BEWARE: The DVD recordable industry is borderline insane. They're locked in a betamax/vhs type war of competing incompatible formats called "Plus" and "Minus". Not only are there different recorders that record each format, but the blank media are different for each format. A "Minus" disc won't work in a "Plus" recorder.

    If you've got a set top DVD player you may want to check which format it supports. If your DVD player only plays "Minus" discs it won't be able to play DVD's you produce from the AR-230.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Not so bad!
    I saw many negative reviews about this product. However, from
    my experience, it is not so bad. If you have trouble to record,
    I would like to suggest check followings.

    1. Check your DVD media (at least 4x and should be +R/RW).
    I found some information that LiteOn 4x dvd burner was used
    for this product. So, you have to use at leat 4x media.
    Right?
    2. Check the firmware version (the newest version can be found
    at the manufacturer's homepage).
    The firmware version is just like OS version. The newer
    firmware always has less problems.
    3. Don't power off during recording or some ~ing
    operation. (Stopping, recording, etc)
    4. If you use +R media, you should finalize before play on
    other DVDs.

    PROS:
    1.Low price(^^) but not bad image quality.
    2.Built in tuner.
    3.Firmware upgradable!

    CONS:
    1.Not so flexible timer functions and not support the codes.
    2.I doesnt support subtitle function when you record
    TV programs. (When you play DVD, it is fine.)
    3.Too short title. It may be less than 7 characters.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Gateway AR230 Progressive-Scan DVD Player/Recorder
    I went through two of these and neither worked. The first would record for about a half hour and then stop, showing "write fail" as a message. The second one did even worse - not only did it start off with "write fail", it quickly got to the point where it could not even locate the disc. This experience cost me about $44 in return postage expenses, only to end up with a partcial credit - I had to spend more time on the phone with Amazon to straighten that out. Bad experience all the way around.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Returned it, kept my VCR
    Had to return it, my old Samsung VCR was much better (and of course more reliable) than this, I didn't want to go for an expensive one (when decided to upgrade to DVD recording), well to save money, but I wasted my valuable time. I don't know if it is the problem with new (DVD) + format or it is the Gateway. Anyways, I don't recommend it if you look for quality. ... Read more


    3. Gateway DC-M42 4.1 MP Digital Camera with 3x Optical Zoom
    by Gateway
    list price: $219.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000W4MW0
    Catlog: Photography
    Manufacturer: Gateway
    Sales Rank: 1056
    Average Customer Review: 2.44 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • 4.1 megapixel CCD
    • 3X optical zoom/4x digital zoom
    • 1.6" TFT LCD for preview and review
    • Up to 2304 x 1728 pixel images

    Reviews (9)

    1-0 out of 5 stars battery killer, poor pics
    If you like purchasing batteries then this is the camera for you. You cant even download all your pics onto the computer before the batteries die. The camera does not even come with a wall plug in so you have to spend more $$. I have had this camera since Christmas and I dont like using it because of the battery issues. Save your $$ on this product. The pics dont even look good the quality is worse then my old 2 Mega pixel camera

    1-0 out of 5 stars not even 1 Mpixel product
    This is not a good quality product. Do not expect even fair pictures. After I bought it, pictures was not coming good. I thought "it can't be camera, probably I am making some mistakes". I tried everything for one week. No progress at all. Finally I invited one of my friend who has 2 Mpixel Minolta Camera. We set the tripod. We took same pictures with two different cameras. You should see the differences. His pictures far better than mine. (If anyone want to see them I can send via E-mail and all other pictures I took.)

    Battery life is another story. It does not hold any battery even Ni-MH.

    Costumer service is not satisfactory. They deliberately does not discuss the quality. All they talk is "policy". I wonder "is there a policy about sending inferior product and labeling it 4 megapixel".
    Now, I have to pay restocking fee. Instead of getting an apology, it cost me money and lots of time.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Bad product, worse service
    I purchased this product to replace a 1.2 MP Olympus camera. In every aspect it is an inferior product. The 4 year old 1.2 MP camera has far superior image quality under all operating conditions. Battery life is a major issue and represents a serious design flaw. After following advice from Gateway to return the product for repair, I received a replacement which was no better. At this point, they refused to allow me to return the product stating that they do not accept returns for replaced units. They have no concept of customer service. I am now stuck with an inferior product that is essentially useless for its intended purpose.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Not a recommend purchase
    Pros:
    Easy to connect to PC

    Cons:
    Terrible grain even at 4.0 MP Fine setting
    Poor colour saturation
    Auto white balance cant adapt to flourescent lighting
    Focus does not work well indoors
    Very weak flash
    Lengthy delay to achieve focus and between shots
    High battery drain (even Ni-MH)

    Conclusion:
    An inexpensive 4.0 MP digital camera, but one that underperforms in every aspect. I have since returned mine and opted to spend an extra $75 to get an Olympus or Minolta instead. Other buyers would be wise to do the same.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Stop Bashing the lack of battery power!
    This camera will not work witn many batteries. Don't even bother trying to use regular batteries. But if you use Ni-MH batteries, especially Radio Shacks new 15 minute charge ones that are 2000mAh, this camera will keep on shooting for a very long time. Also, if you get the charger, they actually charge in 15 minutes. Anyways, overall, i really like this camera, and i have been taking pictures of EVERYTHING. With these batteries, always using the flash, this camera will push 100 pictures before changing batteries. The pictures come out great most of the time, and it's very easy to use. Overall, i reccomend it. ... Read more


    4. Gateway DMP-210 4-in-1 128 MB Music Player
    by Gateway
    list price: $99.99
    our price: $84.88
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000YVBR2
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Gateway
    Sales Rank: 7088
    Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Hold up to 2 hours minutes of MP3 or WAV files with the integrated flash-memory audio player
    • Store images, documents and more with the plug-and-play, direct-connect USB interface
    • Record up to 9 hours of notes, lectures, and meetings
    • Listen to your favorite radio station
    • Unique, 3-line backlight, full graphic animation and ID3 tag support

    Reviews (2)

    1-0 out of 5 stars DO NOT BUY GATEWAY !
    DO NOT BUY GATEWAY !
    ...Broken unit without any support.
    After waiting 2 weeks for the product
    it arrived defective. It would not even power on.
    Seeing that it was only a few days until Christmas,
    I went to my local Gateway store (40 miles away) for service.
    The store would not deal with any Amazon.com purchase.
    I then spent half a day on the phone with Gateway customer service/abuse.
    Gateway refused to provide any support to any product not purchased through them.
    Even though this is an official Gateway branded product.
    One technician (JJ - possibly badge#010) was particularly rude.
    Gateway just didn't care that I had a defective Gateway product.

    My family was thinking about buying a computer & digital camera.
    Now, after this aggravation with Gateway, I will definitely
    never recommend any Gateway product ... never.

    Stay far away
    from Gateway !

    4-0 out of 5 stars nice player
    I think this is a great little player. Lots of options for a good price. USB is great for loading songs. Very easy. Only place I think Gateway cut a corner is the earbuds aren't very good. Otherwise a great unit. ... Read more


    5. eMachines T2824 Desktop PC (2.53 GHz Celeron D 325, 256 MB RAM, 40 GB Hard Drive, DVD/CD-RW Drive)
    by EMACHINES
    list price: $449.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0002I9NOO
    Catlog: Personal Computer
    Manufacturer: EMACHINES
    Sales Rank: 823
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    Get more for less with the eMachines T2824 desktop PC. Just right for students or home use, it features a 2.53 GHz Celeron processor, a 40 GB hard drive to store all your digital media files, 256 MB of RAM, and a combo DVD/CD-RW drive to accommodate all your multimedia needs. It comes with Windows XP Home Edition installed, along with all the software and utilities you'll need to get up and running fast.

    The Basics

    • Hard Drive: With a 40 GB hard drive you'll have more than enough room for everything you need to store, including digital photos, audio files, and digital videos.
    • Processor: The 2.53 GHz Intel Celeron D 325 processor has a 256 KB L2 cache and is fast enough to handle demanding applications.
    • Memory: There is 256 MB RAM in one slot, and is expandable to 1 GB for future upgrades.
    • CD/DVD Drive: The CD-RW/DVD combo drive reads CDs at 40x and DVDs at 16x. It also writes to CD media at 16x and rewrite at speeds of 10x, so you can play audio CDs, access CD-ROMs, watch DVDs, make your own mix CDs, or backup files on CD-R or CD-RW media.
    • Keyboard & Mouse: It comes with a standard multimedia keyboard and 2-button wheel mouse.

    Sound and Graphics
    With an integrated Intel Extreme Graphics 3D card with 64 MB shared memory, you can play 3D games with realistic graphics and watch DVDs with movie-quality color and resolution. It also comes with amplified stereo speakers,and AC '97 audio for true Plug and Play audio so you can start listening to music right out of the box.

    Connectivity and Expansion Slots
    It features a built-in 56K ITU v.92 ready fax/modem and Intel PRO 10/100 Mbps built-in Ethernet so you can get online easily whether you choose to use dial up or a high speed Internet connection or connect your computer to a network. Also included is an 8-in-1 Digital Media Manager to read USB 2.0, Secure Digital (SD), Smart Media, Compact Flash, Memory Stick, Memory Stick PRO, Micro Drive, and Multimedia Card. It also features the following external ports:

    • 5 USB 2.0 ports (1 in Media Manager, 4 in back) for connecting to a wide range of peripherals, from digital cameras to MP3 players
    • 1 serial port for connecting to older electronics like modems or mice
    • 1 parallel port for connecting to printers or cameras based on older technologies
    • 2 PS/2 ports for the keyboard and mouse
    • Audio in and audio out ports for connecting headphones, microphone, or speakers

    Preloaded System and Software
    The eMachines T2824 is powered by Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition. Windows XP Home Edition is packed with multimedia features to help you get your creative juices flowing. Windows Media Player lets you burn and play CDs, in addition to playing and organizing digital audio files. Windows MovieMaker is a basic video editing tool that helps you capture and edit digital video to save your memories and share them with others.

    It also comes packed with the following software: Microsoft Works 7.0, Microsoft Money 2004, Encarta Online, Adobe Acrobat Reader, Real Player, PowerDVD, Internet Explorer, CompuServe, AOL (with 3 month membership included), Norton AntiVirus 2004 (90 day complimentary subscription), and BigFix.

    Dimensions and Weight
    The tower PC measures 7.25 x 14.12 x 16.0 inches (W x H x D).

    What's in the Box
    eMachines T2824 desktop PC, keyboard, mouse, amplified stereo speakers, power cable, user's manual, and warranty information. ... Read more


    6. Gateway DC-T50 5MP Digital Camera w/ 3x Optical Zoom

    Asin: B0000ULBIK
    Catlog: Photography
    Manufacturer: Gateway
    Sales Rank: 3603
    Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • 3x optical zoom, 4x digital zoom with macro mode
    • 1.5-inch TFT color LCD screen; 10-second self-timer; video mode
    • Store images on Secure Digital memory card; comes with a 32 MB SD card
    • Powered by a rechargeable Lithium-ion battery (included with charger)
    • 5-megapixel resolution for photo-quality 11 x 14 sized enlargements

    Reviews (31)

    1-0 out of 5 stars Don't waste your money!!!
    This is an awful camera!I have had ALL the problems discussed in the below reviews - they didn't start immediately, but within a few months, I was experiencing them all! I wish I had read these reviews before I wasted $200. I consider the camera a throw-away!I would have rated this camera a ZERO if that was an option.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Gigantic piece of crap
    I'm on my THIRD camera.

    The first one (bought from Best Buy) worked nicely for 4 months, then started alternately showing "No Card" and "Card Error" errors despite a variety of batteries and memory cards.Gateway took that one back, ruled it faulty, and sent me a new one.

    The second camera has lasted less than 2 weeks.It makes noices like it's going to take a picture but never takes a picture.Plus the camera dial is all screwed up.Half of the positions on the dial show something else.For example, the "Movie" dial position shows the setup screen instead.

    I've sent the second one back to Gateway, they've ruled it faulty, and are in the process of sending me a THIRD camera.

    Do not buy this camera!Spend the extra $50 and get something that isn't going to break all the time.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Too many problems
    When this camera works, it's great.Problem is, it seldom works, at least not for more than 8 or 10 pictures. Nearly every time I use it I get sporadic, random error messages that render the camera unusable. These include "No card," "Protected card," and "Error 5."Some combination of turning the camera on and off several times, or removing the battery or memory card usually causes the error to disappear.But who wants to be doing that all the time?

    I am returning the camera for repairs.But based on the poor advice I have received from Gateway supprt, I don't have much faith that repairs will be successful.

    4-0 out of 5 stars I love it!
    This is a fabulous camera.I've had it for about 9 months now, and it's served me well.The only downfall is how quick the battery dies, but that happens with many other digital cameras, as well.When purchased, I upgraded to a higher memory card.The included one is fine, but I take a lot of pictures, so for me, it was worth it.The camera is extremely sturdy.I've dropped it several times, and although it has a few scratches, it still works perfectly.It's light weight and small, without being lost.My only tip for users would be:when preparing to take a picture, hold the button half way down, so the camera can fully adjust, wait a second, and then take the picture.Sometimes you just press down and immediately take the picture, it focuses on the wrong area.But, overall, I really like this model.

    4-0 out of 5 stars No Problems At All In The Past Year
    I bought this camera about a year ago direct from Gateway.I have never once had any issue with the camera... No memory card error, no lens motor malfunction... and all of my pictures have turned out excellent. ... Read more


    7. Gateway 17" Widescreen LCD Flat-Panel TV
    by Gateway
    list price: $699.99
    our price: $699.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000ZKFKA
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Gateway
    Sales Rank: 24640
    Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    Tight on space? Merge your computer monitor with your television set with Gateway's 17-inch widescreen LCD TV. Its broad, sleek screen has a 15:9 widescreen aspect ratio that more closely matches the dimensions of your favorite movies than a standard 4:3 screen does. Further, the set is fully compatible with DVI-capable DTV set-top boxes and high-definition computer signals. It has VGA and DVI (digital visual interface) inputs and a host of other convenient audio/video connections, not to mention an NTSC tuner for immediate over-air reception.

    Kitchens, bedrooms, offices, or dormitories will be equally well served by the set, which features a built-in carrying handle for easy transport. An included table stand simplifies desk- or table-top positioning.

    LCDs are more power-efficient than either CRTs or plasma screens. While they may not be as bright, overall, as plasmas, they get more wallet-friendly every month. You'll see none of the irritating scan lines or flickering that's visible on CRT sets or monitors, and you can forget about both ghosting and image burn-in, no matter how many hours a week you spend parked in front of your favorite video game.

    This Gateway television is no slouch in the specs department, offering an impressive 600:1 contrast ratio, high (423 cd/m2) brightness, and a wide, 170-degree viewing angle. Stereo speakers with 2.7 watts per channel offer strong, clear sound, and you can always plug a pair of headphones into the set's headphone jack for more private (or just louder) listening.

    What's in the Box
    TV, table stand, remote control, remote battery, RF coaxial video cable,stereo analog audio/composite-video interconnect, power adapter, AC power cord, TV antenna, user's manual, and warranty/registration information. ... Read more

    Features

    • 17-inch widescreen LCD TV with 1,280 x 768 pixel resolution; 20.2 x 11.7 x 2.9 inches (W x H x D)
    • 16:9 aspect ratio matches the dimensions of your favorite movies and HDTV broadcasts
    • Wide, 170-degree viewing angles and high, 600:1 contrast ratio for vivid viewing from nearly anywhere in the room
    • Onboard NTSC tuner for over-air TV reception; offers HDTV signal compatibility through DVI or VGA inputs
    • 2.7 watts per channel x 2 with built-in stereo speakers and a headphone jack for private listening

    Reviews (2)

    4-0 out of 5 stars Gateway 17 inch Widescreen LCD TV/ Monitor
    The unit is really nice, well constructed and performs very well.
    The only problem is when viewing the TV mode, it is true, you cannot correct/lower/adjust the color saturation. You can do this when on the computer (PC mode) and are watching TV through the PIP mode. The sound is good, the connections are good, the clearity is fine, and there is little "poor response" due to the fast processing of information. There is a nice remote, instructions and easy to use buttons on the front of the panel.
    The built in swivel base adjusts both side to side and up and down. There is S-Video connections, Composite, DVI inputs as well as PC connection. This is an HD READY system and accepts all other types of inputs such as DVD, VCR, Camcorder.
    This product is limited in availability presently but for the money and overall quality, this is a winner.

    4-0 out of 5 stars gateway
    Very nice new technology. I have only used it as a video monitor so far. Biggest complaint is NO color level adjustment on video!! and the level seems to be too high. Adjusting brightness & contrast somewhat changes the color levels but at the expense of over compensation. Sound is poor. ... Read more


    8. Gateway 50" HDTV-Ready Flat-Panel Plasma TV
    by Gateway
    list price: $6,299.99
    our price: $5,999.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000ZJ8PI
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Gateway
    Sales Rank: 4128
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    Fifty inches can be bigger than you think: you'd need a 55-inch 4:3 aspect-ratio set to give you widescreen images as big as those rendered by Gateway's 50-inch, 16:9 high-definition plasma television. The set boasts a native pixel resolution of 1,366 x 768, with exemplary 600:1 contrast, high 600 cd/m2 brightness, and plenty of audio/video inputs and outputs for your home-entertainment needs. There's even an RGB PC input so you can view your computer images in larger-than-life lushness.

    A plasma screen consists of two thin sheets of glass containing tiny, gas-filled cells. Electronic current stimulates the cells to produce light and color, creating a bright, steady, vivid pictures. You also get extremely wide viewing angles (160 degrees with this set), and easy placement due to the TV's slim profile--this Gateway set is a mere 3.9 inches deep, perfect for desk or wall mounting (a table stand is supplied, and the set is compatible with most mounting hardware). Brightness tends to be extremely uniform across plasma screens, which are also impervious to the picture distortion and negative color balances that afflict CRT monitors when placed near lighting or sound systems.

    Built-in digital scaling engine accepts various computer and HDTV signals, then digitally maps the signals to fit within the screen's 1,366 x 768 pixels. Compatible signals include computer display resolutions up to 1,280 x 1,024 and all HDTV signals, including 720p and 1080i.

    Gateway even offers advanced digital image processing, which converts all interlaced (composite-video, S-video) signals to progressive-scanned images for bright, flicker-free viewing. A built-in digital visual interface (DVI) jack eliminates the need for analog-to-digital conversion between your DTV set-top box or computer.

    PIP (picture-in-picture) gives you the option of watching TV and one non-PC, non-HD input source simultaneously. You can view with one image inset, or with two images side by side (picture-by-picture)--and you can swap images at the touch of a button. A choice of digital zoom modes lets you fill the screen to eliminate letterbox bars on 4:3 (or other) aspect-ratio content, and picture freeze ensures you don't miss any details.

    Stereo speakers with five watts per channel offer strong, clear sound. Bass, treble, BBE Sound maximizer, and audio balance controls let you tailor the set's sound output, while, for more spacious-sounding programs, SRS sound processing simulates surround sound through any two speakers. A stereo minijack (.125-inch) output facilitates hookup with optional external computer speakers, and a monaural RCA output lets you use an optional subwoofer to enhance the low-frequency response of your listening system. There's a stereo (left/right) RCA output with internally selectable fixed or variable level for routing the TV's sound to an integrated amplifier or surround receiver.

    With its versatile power supply (AC 100 to 240 volts, 50 or 60 Hz, 4.5 amps), the 50-inch set is equally at home in many countries.

    What's in the Box
    TV, table stand, remote control, remote batteries, AC power cord, a user's manual, a remote control manual, and warranty/registration information. ... Read more

    Features

    • 50-inch high-definition widescreen plasma TV with 1,366 x 768 native pixel resolution; 49.5 x 30 x 4.2 inches (W x H x D) without stand
    • 1080i, 720p, and 480p video compatibility; built-in image scaler accommodates PC resolutions up to 1,280 x 1,024 pixels
    • DVI, component-video, S-video, composite-video, and PC RGB inputs
    • 5-watts-per-channel stereo speakers, outputs for external speakers
    • Wall or table positioning; includes table stand and universal remote control

    9. Gateway ADC-320 Connected DVD Player with Wireless 802.11g Card
    list price: $199.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0001Z84G6
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Gateway
    Sales Rank: 42770
    Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    With your Gateway Connected DVD Player, you can play DVDs, CDs, and digital media files on your home network. ... Read more

    Features

    • Lets you import M3U (MusicMatch) or the PLS (WinAmp) playlists and create custom digital slideshows of PC-based JPEG images
    • Karaoke-capable DVD player with PC Card slot for wired or wireless access to a Windows-based home network
    • Fully compatible with DVD, CD, VCD/SVCD, Kodak Picture CD, and MP3/WMA files on recordable CD; Dolby Digital and DTS decoding and output
    • Can stream digital content from your computer to your TV, including MPEG1/MPEG2 video, JPEG photos, and digital audio files
    • Front-panel menu buttons grant full operation, even without the supplied remote control

    Reviews (5)

    3-0 out of 5 stars Good player, but discontinued - beware!
    This player does more or less what it says it's supposed to do, but potential buyers should be aware that this is a "rebranded" product.That is, Gateway does not manufacture it (they don't manufacture anything but PC's as far as I know).It has now been "end of life'd", so the ones on sale are just what's left in the supply chain, no more new ones are being made and Gateway does not sell this item anymore.It has been abandonded by Gateway, so there will be no more software or firmware upgrades.They also don't have any more parts for it, so if you lose your remote control (as I did), it's impossible to get a new one.I can't imagine what a nightmare it would be to get service on it if it breaks.

    There are a number of drawbacks to all this, but in the end it's pretty cheap, and even if the "connected" part of it stops working at some point, it's a pretty good plain old DVD player, so if you're thinking of getting a player in the same price range, you may want to spend a few dollars more for the "connected" feature - even if something goes wrong with it, you still have a perfectly good DVD player and haven't lost much money.

    But good luck trying to get ANY service or support from Gateway - they just don't want to know about it.

    1-0 out of 5 stars No longer made
    I was interested in this product, but concerned that I couldn't find it on Gateway's web site.I called and asked support and was told it was "no longer being sold" on 21-Nov-04.

    5-0 out of 5 stars All DVD players should come connected
    Lot of DVD players have the capability of playing MP3s, but having to burn to a CD isn't the most ideal for me since I don't want to have to burn before listening and I have such a varied taste in music.Having the ability to stream music from my PC where all of my MP3s are stored to my home stereo wirelessly made this unit almost worth it solely by itself.One is able to select albums, artists, or playlists.The on screen display is pretty basic and boring (i.e. a few colors with straight lines and square boxes).

    With recent firmware upgrades you can even have a picture slideshow (also streamed and one can specify the delay rate and this can occur while playing streaming MP3s).

    This unit is basically the same as the ADC-220 from gateway, except it has a newer 802.11g vs. 802.11b network card) -- this helps with the problems people experienced in the past since the bandwidth of 802.11g is about 5x as much as 802.11b (11mb vs 54mb) and 802.11g router/access points are very inexpensive nowadays.

    This unit is very similar to the GoVideo D2730 since they both use Digital5 as the PC client software.Current firmware is similar to the new standard for home networking UPnP, but I wasn't able to get MusicMatch's UPnP to work as of yet.

    The device supports PAL and NTSC TV formats, so taking advantage of one the of best un-documented and un-supported feature I can play DVDs from the UK (and other regions) that I couldn't on other DVD machines (SETR9).Of course this also plays videos downloaded from the internet or homemovies that are archived on your PC.UK's BBC is starting to provide arhived video that should be supported since this player supports MPEG 1/2/4 and others (Microsoft Media Center, AVI).I haven't used the microphone inputs, but this is a solid DVD performer with 5.1 surround with optical out, component video, etc.

    The only negatives are you can't fast forward PC based movies (you can forward to a time, but not like a standard DVD search where the screen speeds through while you watch, of course DVDs with this player search like any other on the market), the remote isn't as sleek as it should be (it's colorful and not very ergonomic -- looks like it was made for the Asian market).

    The ADC-320 is about a 1/3 less than the GoVideo one (plus Gateway's comes with the 802.11g card, I believe GoVideo's is a wired version -- they have a new D2740 which has 802.11g).The Philips Streamium looks pretty nice too and that's fully UPnP supportable, but Gateway is still half the price of that one, if not more.This is a solid deal and I am just as happy with it as I was when I bought it about 6 months ago.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Please be careful
    Although it is a great concept if it worked, I and others who have bought it have spent all of our time trying to get it fixed.Replaced wireless card, changed IP addresses, and found out it needed software update and now have to send it in because it freezes movies.Since it is past 15 days it is my dime to get it fixed even though it has never worked and I have been calling since day one.Anyway, you make the call, but I think it really needs more time in development - the price you pay for being an early adopter!

    5-0 out of 5 stars 802.11g on a DVD player - that's cool
    This connected dvd player allows you to stream most if not all your media from your PC to your home entertainment system with a great user interface that you can control on your TV.

    Gateway offers software upgrades on their website so you can get the latests software packages for this product.Streaming your entire digital music library is very cool - plus it's a solid dvd player as well. ... Read more


    10. Gateway 64 MB USB Flash Drive

    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000YVBP4
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Gateway
    Sales Rank: 98973
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    Product Description

    The Gateway USB Flash Drive connects to the computer's USB port. It does not require any software or drivers. Transport important files and view on most computers. The Gateway USB Flash Drive offers convenient way to transport important data discretely.Easy access to critical files. Carry large PowerPoint presentations, MP3s, or other large file formats. Remove the cap, plug into any USB port, and you can save and access all your files. Never be without critical files again or without access to your personal folders. ... Read more

    Features

    • Portable, affordable, tough
    • Personal and professional use
    • Store all types of files
    • Out-of-the-box performance
    • USB, plug-and-play technology

    11. Gateway VX750 17" LCD Monitor
    by Gateway
    list price: $169.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0002RVSS4
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Gateway
    Sales Rank: 24401
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    Featuring a stylish exterior to enhance any workspace, the VX750 offers a full arsenal of performance features and multimedia capabilities to boot. 1,280 x 1,024 native resolution combines with a 450:1 contrast ratio and adjustable brightness (290 nits maximum) to deliver images that are clear and crisp in any setting. Wide viewing angles and dual analog and digital inputs only serve to increase the monitor's versatility, and two integrated 5-watt speakers deliver a powerful audio performance.

    This monitor's fast 16 ms response times and full audio performance capabilities make it idea for graphic design, video editing, gaming, and online applications. The VX750 offers a full range of OSD controls for customizing your screen settings.

    What's in the Box
    VX750 LCD monitor, base, power cable, signal cable, user guide ... Read more

    Features

    • 1,280 x 1,024 native resolution
    • Up to 290 nits of brightness, 450:1 contrast ratio
    • Dual analog RGB and DVI-D digital inputs
    • Wide 150-degree horizontal viewing angle, 125 degrees vertical
    • 2 integrated 5-watt speakers; PC and Mac compatible

    12. Gateway - Create and Share Digital Photos

    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00007M4JK
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Gateway
    Sales Rank: 103092
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    Features

    • Exporting an image, preparing a digital image to be printed, and creating projects with Corel Print House
    • Understanding the basics of a digital camera and downloading photos from your camera to your PC
    • Using advanced techniques to touch up photographs and apply special effects and creating a postcard using a digital image
    • Identifying the most popular digital image file formats and building personal photo albums on the Internet
    • Removing unwanted backgrounds and merging images, copy and pasting, and rotating digital images

    13. Gateway DC-M50 5MP Digital Camera w/ 3x Optical Zoom
    list price: $249.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000UL3EW
    Catlog: Photography
    Manufacturer: Gateway
    Sales Rank: 4518
    Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • 3x optical zoom, 2x digital zoom with macro mode
    • 1.8-inch TFT color LCD screen; video mode; 10-second voice memo feature
    • Store images on Secure Digital memory card; comes with a 32 MB SD card
    • Powered by 4 AA batteries (Alkalines included, rechargeables recommended)
    • 5-megapixel resolution for photo-quality 11 x 14 sized enlargements

    Reviews (7)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Camera Is Excellent. Read The Instructions and It works Fine
    I can't believe all the bad reviews!!!

    Read the directions people!
    If you hold the button halfway down it focuses, and then you can take the picture instantly. If you just try to press and take it will take a few seconds for the photo to take.

    I love this camera, it takes great pictures! I also did not notice the batteries dying quickly, maybe they left it on between photo's?

    Great camera, sturdy! Love the short movie taking mode!

    4-0 out of 5 stars Gateway 5.0 megapixel camera
    I agree that it is not on par with other "5 megapixel" cameras, but it was also much more affordable.The picture quality was crisp and easy to transfer to my computer.No need to buy a docking station or other peripheral hardware.If you're looking for an affordable camera on a budget, this does the trick.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Piece of junk!
    I bought this camera directly from Gateway.I, unfortunately, kept it too long to send it back.

    When I first received it, I took about 10 pictures.8 of them were very grainy/blurry.From a 5MP camera, that's ridiculous.I assumed (fallaciously) that I simply was not using the camera correctly.

    My attempt to learn to use the camera 'properly' is what caused my delay in returning it, and forced me to sell it on eBay for significantly less than I paid for it.

    Don't buy this camera.

    1-0 out of 5 stars You get what you pay for!
    I thought this camera would be a great value for the amount of Mega-pixels. It isn't worth it.

    Issues:

    1. Horrible lag from the moment you push the button to actual shutter movement.

    2. The camera's body and telescoping lense feel CHEAP and poorly fitted.

    3. I'm having memory card issues/errors that I haven't been able to solve yet.

    Save your money and get a recognized brand.

    1-0 out of 5 stars do not buy anything from gateway!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    i have had the worst service in my entire life they shipped me the camera that i canceled and told me they would ship me labels to return it it has been 16 days since then and i caled them. they just then shipped them all this time keeping my money colladeral. do not order anything online from them it is hell. ... Read more


    14. Gateway KAS-303 6.1-Channel Home Theater System with Progressive-Scan DVD Player/Recorder (Champagne)
    by Gateway
    list price: $1,099.99
    our price: $999.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0001Z7X1S
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Gateway
    Sales Rank: 44330
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    Amazon Product Description

    A stylish portal into scintillating home-theater audio and video, the KAS-303 from Gateway is tailor-made for people seeking exacting performance from a compact and unified package. The system includes a leading-edge DVD player/recorder, a high-power 6.1-channel surround receiver, and a 7-speaker surround system with a 150-watt powered subwoofer.

    The AR-230 DVD player/recorder is a perfect match with today's flat-panel, high-definition LCD and plasma screens, as its progressive-scan video outputs offer twice the scan lines of a conventional DVD picture, giving you higher resolution and sharper images while eliminating nearly all motion artifacts.

    In addition to playing Kodak Picture CDs and recordable CDs filled with JPEG images or MP3 Music files, the AR-230 will record off-air TV broadcasts and store multimedia content from your PC or camcorder on high-capacity, 4.7 GB DVD+R and DVD+RW discs. Using the recorder's extensive inputs--including an IEEE 1394 digital video jack--you can transfer and assemble your most treasured camcorder footage, archive all your old video tapes, or burn video from your PC straight to high-capacity DVD (up to six hours per disc side). And, through DVD+R/DVD+RW's compatibility with most existing home DVD players, they're a great way to share your special memories with family and friends.

    The AR-230's onscreen display (OSD) lets you adjust settings and select options for your DVD recorder, including parental controls.

    The supplied LN-520 audio/video receiver includes a 6-channel amplifier capable of delivering 100 full-bandwidth watts per channel in stereo (to 8-ohm speakers) and nearly that much in full surround mode. It processes the latest discrete multichannel surround formats, including the 6.1-channel DTS-ES and Matrix, DTS Neo:6, and Dolby Digital EX 6.1. It will process any stereo program into 5.1-channel sound using Dolby Pro Logic II, and the receiver's rear panel even offers direct 6.1-channel inputs for use with an external surround decoder, such as those found in high-resolution multichannel SACD and DVD-Audio players.

    The AR-230 DVD player is equipped with high-end video outputs as well as digital-audio outputs for surround-sound passthrough.

    All of which furthers the performance of the KAS-303's speaker system, which you can configure for 5.1- or 6.1-channel use, as your living room and listening preferences permit. The system includes a patented Ventriloquist center-channel speaker (with two 4-by-6-inch midbass/midrange drivers and a 2.5-inch midrange/tweeter), 5 satellite speakers for front and rear left/right and rear-center positioning (each with its own 2.5-inch long-throw midrange/tweeter with built-in equalization), and a 10-inch, 150-watts-continuous subwoofer designed by Hsu Research, which is capable of pumping an earth-moving 400 watts on select dynamic peaks.

    The subwoofer offers a continuously variable crossover so you can match the upper range of its output to the lower end of your satellites' bass output (both points depend greatly on where in your room you position them), and the satellites all feature built-in mounting brackets to allow for either stand or wall positioning (stands not included). All supplied speakers are video shielded to allow distortion-free placement on or near TVs or video monitors.

    To take advantage of the center speaker's Ventriloquist ability, wire the front left/right satellites inline with the center speaker as shown in the detailed manual and flip the "Ventriloquist" switch, whereupon the front satellites will effectively sound like much larger bookshelf speakers. With the Ventriloquist circuit switched off, the front satellites perform as the standard 2.5-inch speakers they are. The metal bracket supplied with each satellite may be removed to accommodate an aftermarket swivel-type mount (the satellites accommodate a number of mounts, including both the Omnimount 10 series and the Sound Gear SATP series mounts).

    What's in the Box
    KAS-303: LN-520 receiver, remote control, remote batteries, an AM loop antenna, an FM wire antenna, 5 satellite speakers, 1 center speaker, 1 powered subwoofer, a subwoofer AC power cord, all requisite wiring, and a system user's manual; AR-230: DVD recorder, remote control, remote batteries, an AC power cord, a 6-foot audio/video interconnect (stereo analog audio/composite-video), a 6-foot RF coaxial AV cable, a blank DVD+RW disc, a setup poster, and a user's manual. ... Read more

    Features

    • DVD player/recorder with camcorder-ready DV, composite-video, RF, and S-video inputs; record from TV, VCR, or camcorder directly to DVD
    • 6.1-channel audio/video surround receiver with processing for Dolby Digital/Dolby EX, DTS/DTS-ES, and Dolby Pro Logic II surround sound
    • 7-speaker surround system includes dedicated center-channel speaker and 150-watt powered subwoofer for deep, powerful bass
    • Reads DVD, video mode DVD-R/RW, DVD+R/RW, CD, CD-R/W, MP3 CD, JPEG image CD, Kodak Picture CD, VCD, and SVCD
    • Progressive-scan output for seamless, flicker-free images on high-definition and HD-ready TVs

    15. Gateway WBR-100 Wireless-B Router
    by Gateway

    our price: $69.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000YWRJ8
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Gateway
    Sales Rank: 41290
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    Features

    • Center of your network hub
    • Integrated security
    • Internet content filtering
    • 300 ft range

    16. Gateway 30" Widescreen HD-Ready LCD Flat Panel TV
    by Gateway
    list price: $2,499.99
    our price: $2,499.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000ZKFKK
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Gateway
    Sales Rank: 42438
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    Broad enough for home-theater use and versatile enough to handle your PC viewing--not to mention simultaneous TV and PC viewing--Gateway's 30-inch widescreen LCD TV is one versatile television. The set's broad, sleek screen has a 15:9 widescreen aspect ratio that more closely matches the dimensions of your favorite movies than does a standard 4:3 screen.

    The Benefits of HDTV
    Standard TVs (SDTVs) display a maximum of 480 lines using the interlaced scan method, which creates a picture with alternating lines of information.
    Enhanced-definition TVs (EDTVs) display a maximum of 480 lines using the progressive-scan method, which creates an image using consecutive lines of information for a crisp, flicker-free picture.
    High-definition TVs (HDTVs) display a maximum of either 1,080 interlaced lines or 720 progressively scanned lines for the sharpest possible image.
    Further, it's fully compatible with DTV set-top boxes and high-definition computer signals. It has component-video, VGA, and DVI (digital visual interface) inputs, as well as an NTSC tuner for immediate over-air reception. Hook it up with a progressive-scan DVD player to get the full benefit of your discs' seamless, 480p resolution--one of the component-video inputs is Faroudja-enhanced for maximum DVD quality.

    LCD screens are more power-efficient than either CRTs or plasma screens, and while they may not be as bright, overall, as plasmas, they get more wallet friendly every week. You'll see none of the irritating scan lines or flickering that's visible on CRT sets or monitors, and you can forget about both ghosting and image burn-in, no matter how many hours a week you spend parked in front of your favorite video game.

    PIP (picture-in-picture) lets you view any input (including your PC input) and one additional input or source at the same time. You can view with one image inset, or with two images side by side (picture-by-picture). You can swap images and you can even hear both sources using PIP sound. PIP positioning lets you place the inset image in an area of your choosing. The set allows you to view HDTV, PC, and DVI inputs as the main image with TV, composite-video, S-video, or DVD component-video sources as the secondary image, or vice-versa.

    This Gateway TV is no slouch in the specs department, offering a 350:1 contrast ratio, high (450 cd/m2) brightness, and a wide, 170-degree viewing angle so the whole family can view the screen from just about anywhere in the room. For picture-style viewing, you can mount the TV on the wall using an optional wall-mount kit, and the set comes with a short stand to simplify desk- or table-top positioning.

    Bass, treble, and audio balance controls let you tailor the set's sound output, and onboard BBE High Definition Sound improves speech intelligibility and restores the dynamic range of compressed musical passages. For more spacious-sounding programs, SRS WOW technology simulates surround sound through any two speakers. The set's rear panel sports 8-watts-per-channel stereo speaker outputs (for use with optional Gateway 30-inch LCD speakers or other speakers), and you can always plug a pair of headphones into the set's headphone jack for private listening.

    What's in the Box
    TV, table stand, remote control, remote battery, an RF coaxial audio/video cable, an analog audio/composite-video interconnect, an AC power cord, a user's manual, a remote control user's manual, and warranty/registration information. ... Read more

    Features

    • 30-inch widescreen LCD TV with 1,280 x 786 pixel resolution; 28.9 x 19.2 x 3.9 inches (W x H x D) without stand
    • 15:9 aspect ratio closely matches the dimensions of your favorite movies and HDTV broadcasts
    • Wide, 170-degree viewing angles for vivid viewing from nearly anywhere in the room
    • Faroudja-enhanced DVD input, PC PIP lets you view your PC and one additional video source simultaneously
    • Onboard NTSC tuner for over-air TV reception; offers HDTV signal compatibility through component-video, DVI, or VGA inputs

    17. Gateway Wireless-B USB Adapter
    by Gateway

    our price: $59.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000YWIUQ
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Gateway
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    Features

    • For notebooks and desktops
    • Plug-and-play connectivity
    • Share high-speed Internet
    • Integrated security
    • Connect anywhere on your wireless network

    18. Gateway 56" Widescreen HD-Ready DLP Rear-Projection TV
    by Gateway
    list price: $3,674.99
    our price: $3,499.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000ZJ8OO
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Gateway
    Sales Rank: 36703
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    These days, a room-filling picture doesn't have to mean a room-filling TV. Gateway's technologically amazing 56-inch DLP (Digital Light Processing) rear-projection set is high-definition ready and offers some of the most versatile features ever housed in a television. And since it's only a fraction of the depth of traditional rear-projection TVs, you'll have more space in your living room to ensure optimal viewing for the whole family. The TV weighs only 123 pounds, too, so it's easier to position than many smaller-screen CRT sets.

    The Benefits of HDTV
    Standard TVs (SDTVs) display a maximum of 480 lines using the interlaced scan method, which creates a picture with alternating lines of information.
    Enhanced-definition TVs (EDTVs) display a maximum of 480 lines using the progressive-scan method, which creates an image using consecutive lines of information for a crisp, flicker-free picture.
    High-definition TVs (HDTVs) display a maximum of either 1,080 interlaced lines or 720 progressively scanned lines for the sharpest possible image.
    DLP technology offers a slimmer and lighter-weight design over traditional projection TVs.
    Developed by Texas Instruments, DLP technology uses an optical semiconductor, called the Digital Micromirror Device (DMD), that enables light to be modulated digitally. The result is incredibly precise, high-fidelity picture quality--to the tune of a remarkable 1,000:1 contrast ratio. DLP also boasts lower power consumption, no phosphor "burn-in," and a longer product lifetime. The set's onboard digital scaling engine accepts various computer and television signals and maps them to fit within the set's native 1,280 x 720 pixels; compatible signals display video resolutions up to 1,280 x 1,024, and compatible HDTV signals consist of 480p and 720p (most DTV receivers will scale 1080i outputs to either of these formats).

    Picture-in-picture (PIP) lets you watch two programs simultaneously with one image inset in one of six selectable window positions. Picture-on-picture (POP) lets you watch two programs side by side, each with its own (roughly) 35-inch diagonal image. PIP/POP is available when your main video source is set to any mode. For example, you can watch two analog TV programs simultaneously with PIP/POP by using the built-in TV tuners. And one of your two kids, for instance, can watch a movie from a DVD player or VCR in the main window while your other child watches a TV program--all at the same time. Additionally, the transparency and size of the PIP window are highly adjustable.

    The TV has two separate headphone jacks, both of which are accessible from the side of the TV. One of these outputs can be assigned to the PIP or secondary side-by-side/POP window, making it possible for two people to use the TV for two totally different activities (e.g., one watches a DVD movie, the other plays a PC game). The set even includes a secondary PIP/POP remote control for this purpose.

    Unlike most TVs, this set's PIP source can include progressive-scan DVD inputs and HDTV signals through the component-video inputs. And, the PIP source can be displayed using either 16:9 or 4:3 aspect ratios. DVI and VGA inputs from things such as a PC can only be displayed in the main window.

    Gateway provides a broad range of inputs with independent picture settings, including two component-video inputs, one DVI interface with HDCP copy-protection compatibility, three sets of audio/video inputs that support composite- and S-video (one of which is side-mounted for easy access), and two separate RGB inputs for a PC (with accompanying minijack stereo audio inputs). The side-panel inputs are perfect for occasional hookups such as a camcorder or video-game console.

    Stereo speakers with an impressive 15 watts per channel offer strong, clear sound. Bass, treble, BBE High Definition Sound, and audio balance controls let you tailor the set's sound output, while, for more spacious-sounding programs, both SRS and VivaHD3D sound processing simulate surround sound through any two speakers. There's a stereo RCA output with internally selectable fixed or variable level for routing the TV's sound to an integrated amplifier or surround receiver.

    The TV supports Microsoft's Media Center PC specification.

    What's in the Box
    TV, two remote controls, two sets of remote batteries, AC power cord, user's manual, manual for the remotes, and warranty/registration information. ... Read more

    Features

    • Slimmer and lighter than traditional rear-projection sets; 54.4 x 43.1 x 18.9 inches (W x H x D) and 123 pounds
    • 1,024 x 720 resolution; compatible with high-definition input signals up to 1,280 x 1,024 (DTV receiver not included)
    • Dual integrated NTSC tuners for independent viewing; advance picture-in-picture with flexible transparency, sizing, and positioning
    • DLP technology offers superior picture quality, low power consumption, no phosphor "burn-in," and longer life
    • Includes dual headphone jacks and dual remote controls so two people can watch different programs or inputs simultaneously

    Reviews (1)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great DLP TV at the Best price
    Its a much nicer looking set in my mind than the Samsung. It costs much less as well. The picture quality from the HI-def channels is Eye popping! Your tongue will hit the floor! The quality of DVD (especially if used in the DVI input) is breath taking! Its ease of use is a big plus as well. Especially impressive is the picture-in-picture (PIP) function.

    The speaker base (referring to the base of TV from ground to where the screen starts) is a bit stubby so I had to buy a stand for it to bring it up to Eye level in my living room. But I can use the stand to house components that I use with it. ... Read more


    19. Gateway 26" Widescreen HD-Ready Flat-Panel LCD TV
    by Gateway
    list price: $1,999.99
    our price: $1,999.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0001CVBQY
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Gateway
    Sales Rank: 50128
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    Gateway's versatile, high-quality, and high-definition 26-inch widescreen LCD television offers abundant connections for your PC and your home-theater gear. It's fully compatible with both DTV set-top boxes and high-definition computer signals, featuring component-video, VGA, and DVI (digital visual interface) inputs--as well as an NTSC tuner for immediate over-air reception. Hook it up with a progressive-scan DVD player to get the full benefit of your discs' seamless, 480p resolution.

    The set's broad, sleek screen has a 15:9 widescreen aspect ratio that closely matches the dimensions of your favorite movies. (A 4:3 aspect-ratio set of the same screen width would have a 28-inch diagonal measurement.) Kitchens, bedrooms, offices, or dormitories will be equally well served by the set, which includes a table stand to simplify desk- or table-top positioning.

    LCDs are more power-efficient than either CRTs or plasma screens, and while they may not be as bright, overall, as plasmas, they get more wallet friendly every week. You'll see none of the irritating scan lines or flickering that's visible on CRT sets or monitors, and you can forget about both ghosting and image burn-in, no matter how many hours a week you spend parked in front of your favorite video game.

    This Gateway TV is no slouch in the specs department, offering an impressive 600:1 contrast ratio, high (450 cd/m2) brightness, and a wide, 170-degree viewing angle. A total of nine video inputs consist of RGB PC, DVI, high-definition component-video, two S-video, three composite-video, and an RF coaxial/antenna input.

    The set's motion-adaptive 3D digital comb filter enhances resolution by removing blurred edges between colors and reducing dot crawl (tiny, moving dots of color along a sharp color separation in a vertical line, as in a depiction of a character's striped T-shirt).

    Stereo speakers with 5 watts per channel offer strong, clear sound, and you can always plug a pair of headphones into the set's headphone jack for more private (or just louder) listening. Bass, treble, and audio balance controls let you tailor the set's sound output, and, for more spacious-sounding programs, 3D sound processing simulates surround sound through any two speakers. A stereo minijack (.125-inch) output facilitates hookup with optional external computer speakers, and a monaural minijack output lets you use an optional subwoofer to enhance the low-frequency response of your listening system.

    What's in the Box
    TV, table stand, remote control, remote battery, RF coaxial video cable, stereo analog audio/composite-video interconnect, power adapter, AC power cord, TV antenna, user's manual, remote control manual, and warranty/registration information. ... Read more

    Features

    • 26-inch widescreen LCD TV with 1,280 x 768 pixel resolution; 32.6 x 19.72 x 8.47 inches (W x H x D) with stand
    • 15:9 aspect ratio matches the dimensions of your favorite movies and HDTV broadcasts
    • Wide, 170-degree viewing angles and high, 600:1 contrast ratio for a vivid picture from nearly anywhere in the room
    • Onboard NTSC tuner for over-air TV reception; offers HDTV signal compatibility through component-video, DVI, or VGA inputs
    • 5 watts per channel x 2 with built-in stereo speakers and a headphone jack for private listening

    20. Gateway 550GR Intel Pentium 4 3.2GHz (HT) / 512MB DDR / 200GB SATA HDD / DVD±RW Dual-Layer / CD-ROM / Flash Media Reader / ATI Radeon X300SE 128MB / Windows XP Home / Refurbished Desktop PC
    list price: $679.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0006JJGCS
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Gateway
    Sales Rank: 47377
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    Product Description

    Pentium 4 3.2GHz HT CPU - 512MB DDR RAM - 200 GB HDD! Loaded Genuine Gateway PC - Has A DVD Burner Too! Tired of passing up that powerhouse computer you’ve always wanted because it was just too expensive? Now you can have a monster machine of your own for a price you can easily afford! Yes, this Gateway 550GR packs the power and speed of a corporate-class computer, but costs just a fraction of what the Fortune 500 firms pay for a high-performance superstar. This genuine Gateway PC is loaded with world-class components from top to bottom. A masterful Pentium 4 3.2GHz processor with HyperThreading Technology! 512MB of awesomely fast DDR memory! A massive 200GB hard drive! Yes, the Gateway 550GR delivers the kind of breakthrough performance and reliability you’ve always dreamed about. You will blast through today’s toughest, most graphics-intensive applications with more than enough muscle waiting to tackle tomorrow’s increasingly complex programs. This gorgeous Gateway has nothing but leading-edge features all the way. It has a fast, reliable double-layer DVD+/-RW burner and boasts superb video and audio capability. And all systems run flawlessly on the award-winning Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition OS. The Gateway 550GR brings outstanding all-around computing to professionals, students and home users alike. Don’t pass up this powerhouse Gateway 550GR! It's fast, it’s efficient and it’s affordable! ... Read more

    Features

    • Intel Pentium 4 3.2GHz Processor with HyperThreading Technology
    • Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition Operating System
    • 512MB DDR RAM Memory
    • 200GB Hard Disk Drive
    • DVD+/-RW Optical Drive

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