We guess you can say that Gateway wants to make its way back into touchscreens and compete with the Lenovo IdeaPad S400 and other notebooks on the market. This week the company launched its now line of touchscreen notebooks. One of them happens to be the Gateway LT41P04U 10 inch Touchscreen. When it comes to personal computing every company seems to want to get a piece and who can blame them with the expects revenue they could make.
The Gateway LT41P04U 10 inch notebook comes with HD LCD technology and 1366 x 768 resolution. Underneath you will happily find the Intel Celeron Bay Trail processor paired with 2GB DDR3L SDRAM. For the operating system the LT41P04U comes with Windows 8.
For only $330 you will get the 10.1 inch, 320GB hard drive, 10.1 x 7.2 x 1.3 notebook weighing in at 2.4 pounds. This model has a battery life of about 5 hours off of one charge and is just one of five of the Gateway LT41P that are available. Yes this time there is a complete line up and you can get one of the notebooks that has battery life of up to 10 hours. While there are 5 different versions of the laptop most of them appear to be the same besides the one with the larger battery which is the Gateway LT41P09U.
The Gateway LT41P04U 10 inch Touchscreen Notebook comes with Windows 8 for the operating system as well as Intel Celeron N2805 1.48GHz dual-core processor. With 1 memory slot, and memory card reader as will as SD Card supported.
The screen size is 10.1 with LCD Active Matrix TFT color with 16:9 HD with LED Backlight technology. This is multi-touchscreen, is HDCP supported and works with 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi connectivity. No fingerprint reader but you do get microphone and webcam for keeping up with friends and family while on the go. HDMI and 2 USB 2.0 ports round off your port selection.
The Gateway LT41P04U 10 laptop works with up t 500GB hard drive and for the price of $329.99 you know this is just the basics for a notebook that is touchscreen. Don’t forget it does complete with the Microsoft Office Home and Student 2013. Does that make you want to go out and buy a new Gateway notebook?