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Gateway SX desktop

Budget desktops might not be all that exciting, but the Gateway SX2870-UR10P slim tower shows you can still find a worthwhile day-to-day PC for under $500.

Gateway E-6300

Gateway's new high-end office configuration, the E-6300, is well worth considering for its reasonable price, solid performance, and forward-looking BTX case design.

Editors' Choice
$549.99 MSRP

Gateway SX2801-01e

The Gateway SX2801-01e is just one of several new budget slim tower systems available this season. We're impressed by its compact design and the HDMI port makes it easy to use in the living room. For a $520 system, the SX2801-01e's performance and upgradability put it in the same top tier as the Editors' Choice-winning models that came before it, and we recommend it to anyone shopping for a powerful, flexible, cost-effective computer.

Gateway DX4840-03e

We have few reservations about this Gateway DX4840-03e. Even if it's not a particularly remarkable system, it's hard to argue that it falls short as a general purpose budget midtower. If that's all you're looking for, we can recommend this PC with little hesitation.

Gateway FX6800-01e

With lots of useful features (some cleverly hidden), Gateway's FX6800-01e stands out from the boring mainstream pack. It also uses Intel's new CPU and motherboard combination to provide speed and upgradeability. You can find faster PCs for a similar price, but few with this much promise.

Editors' Choice
$510.00 MSRP

Gateway SX2800-01

Gateway's SX2800-01 offers a strong combination of performance and features all wrapped up in a design that fully embraces the merits of a slim tower PC. We recommend this system to anyone looking for a fast, affordable desktop for the home office, the living room, or anywhere in between.

Gateway One

The Gateway One desktop computer introduces a few cool design improvements to the all-in-one desktop concept, but it loses major points in performance and overall value. We'd recommend the faster, more affordable iMac instead, unless you have a serious aversion to the Mac OS and aren't inclined to use Boot Camp.

Gateway FX desktop

Underdelivering on the promise of its stylized exterior, the Gateway FX6850-51u is a subpar gaming PC, but its fast CPU and a $999 price tag may entice those looking for a strong, affordable computing foundation.

Gateway DX4300-11

We're fond of the Gateway DX4300-11's clever design, but halfhearted performance scores mar its overall worth. The TV tuner and 1TB hard drive may tempt you to stick it in your living room as a media center PC, but your money is better spent on the Asus Essentio CG5270-BP004.

Gateway DT70

  • Type: Core i5
  • Edition: Windows 7 Professional

Gateway GT5670

  • Type: Phenom X3
  • Installed Size: 3 GB
  • Edition: Windows Vista Home Premium
  • Capacity: 320 GB

Gateway FX400

The Gateway FX400XL makes an attractive, well-priced PC for mainstream users, but high-end users may be put off by some of its configuration limitations and lack of expansion.

Gateway DX 4720-03

The Gateway DX4720-03 performs admirably and actually holds its own against triple-core computers thanks to its impressive list of features. It also has plenty of room for internal expansion, so we recommend this budget system if you need the speed but don't crave a ton of CPU power.

Gateway SX2110G-UW23

  • Type: E1
  • Installed Size: 6 GB
  • Edition: Windows 8
  • Capacity: 500 GB

Gateway E-4300 4-Bay-QS

  • Type: Pentium 4
  • Installed Size: 512 MB
  • Edition: Windows XP Professional
  • Capacity: 40 GB

Gateway DX420

Gateway's midrange DX420X is a strong midrange desktop that's primed for smooth Windows Vista performance. You can configure this system with some uncommonly high-end parts, but the one feature it's missing is an option for HD DVD or Blu-ray. If you can live without an HD disk player, we recommend this Gateway, especially if you're looking for some extra performance.

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