The 20-inch Gateway One ZX4800 (left) and 23-inch One ZX6800 face off.
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The eSATA port and 5.1 analog audio outputs are the most interesting features on the back of the One ZX6800.
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The Gateway One ZX6800 from above.
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We like the overall design of these new Gateways, especially because the ports are easy to see and access.
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The Gateway One ZX6800 holds its own with all but Apple in the all-in-one looks department.
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The 23-inch, 1,920 x 1,080 display on the One ZX6800 should be large enough for most mainstream users, but we were disappointed in the image quality during DVD playback.
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The clear plastic feat and adjustable foot on the back of the One ZX6800 provide ample support, and the system is light enough so that most people should be able to reposition it with little difficulty.
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