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Gateway debuts new notebooks and a netbook - comments from readers
Press release, June 26; Joseph Tsai, DIGITIMES [Friday 26 June 2009]
  • Posted on Jun 30, 17:09

    Better late than never, Gateway has taken a while to respond to the market (over 12 months) but misunderstands what a netbook is; US$399 and 12-inch screen is a notebook.
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