Gateway "Spots" Contest Ends, One Tattooed Jackass Reigns Supreme

Gateway's Show Us Your Spots contest is at an end, and the winner is picked: some kid named Matt, who permanently brands himself a Gateway fanatic, all to win the system and spite his jerk friend Billy who calls him a Noob all the time. (Guess it worked.) Check out the runners-up, and our impressions of their noble… » 4/08/08 1:30pm 4/08/08 1:30pm

Gateway Goes Off Deep End, Offers $4500 PC Rig for Best Video Stunt

Today Gateway announces its "Show Your Spots" contest, inviting any and all "thrill-seeking technology lovers willing to perform and film a crazy stunt" to win a $4,500 high-performance computer setup. Yikes. » 1/31/08 6:00am 1/31/08 6:00am

Gateway Sequels Its 30-inch Monster Monitor

After Gateway released their 30-inch, 1600p XHD3000 display, they're hoping to springboard the positive press into their entire line of LCDs, including their new 24-inch ($499) and 22-inch ($350) models. Both have impressive monitor specs, double as HD TVs (1080p and 720p, respectively) and feature image enhancement… » 10/25/07 10:46am 10/25/07 10:46am

Frankenreview - Gateway XHD3000

Last week Wilson Rothman took a look at the new Gateway XHD3000 monitor. You may know it better as the 30-inch, 1600p beast display that has scared the collective crap out of Dell, Apple, and every other competitor on the market. For the full consensus, hit the jump for the Frankenreview: every review that matters in… » 10/10/07 11:00am 10/10/07 11:00am

The Gadget Wars, Who Won/Lost Last Week?

Every week is a battle. There's seldom any bloodshed, and generally no tears. But every week is a battle for the consumer mind and the consumer heart. Here's the way we saw things this week: one winner, one loser and one company that's sort of treaded water despite big announcements. » 10/06/07 5:05pm 10/06/07 5:05pm

Never-Before-Seen Gateway 30-Inch Extreme HD XHD3000 Monitor Has HQV…

Today at the Gateway One press event, Gateway quietly revealed a potentially more exciting product, the 30-inch ExtremeHD 1600 monitor. It could very well be the only screen you ever need, because it takes everything from a VCR to a high-end gaming PC and upscales it all with HQV Realta technology to display on its… » 9/27/07 10:03am 9/27/07 10:03am