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Gateway LT4009u NU.WZMAA.005 Netbook PC - Intel Atom N2600 1.6GHz, 1GB RAM, 320GB HDD, 10.1 Display, Windows 7 Starter

by Gateway
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ProcessorIntel Atom
RAMDDR3
Graphics CoprocessorIntel Graphics Media Accelerator 3600
Brand NameGateway
SeriesLT series
Operating SystemWindows 7 Starter
Processor BrandIntel
  
Additional Information
ASINB009P4NH3E
Best Sellers Rank #57,958 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4.2 pounds
Date First AvailableOctober 4, 2012
  
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on November 14, 2012
I needed something small for travel and didn't want a big laptop to be my whole carry on. I thought about some of the 'Pads, but didn't want to spend that much for web surfing, email, a little shopping and maybe some spreadsheets or documents. I bought one of these with a free upgrade to Windows 8 "Professional". Well it wasn't free, it was $15, but still not a bad deal. Anyway this worked great on a trip, I was able to use the hotel WiFi just fine. It travels great, takes about as much space as a hardback book. Battery lasts 6-8 hours. Another neat feature is it has an HDMI connector. I was able to do NetFlix movies to the hotels HDTV. After I got back Windows 8 came out and I spent the $15 to get the upgrade. The upgrade went OK but afterwards the WiFi wouldn't connect. It could see the access point but it wouldn't connect. I went thru the usual things like drivers and then called Gateway. Their tech support basically had me do the same thing but it didn't work. After three go-arounds with their tech support one guy told the that THERE ARE NO DRIVERS FOR THE WIFI CARD FOR WINDOWS 8. Gee thanks a lot. Their solution was to re-install Windows 7. So I sent them $25 for the disks for Windows 7. For some reason the WiFi still isn't fixed. It acts the same as it did under Windows 8 Professional. By the way, the Windows 8 professional seems to have LESS features than the Windows 7 "Starter". Like for network connections 8 has no connect or disconnect link, but 7 does. By the way after adding $40 for Windows 8 and back to 7 I found a solution. I got a USB WiFi adapter. A little stubby USB plug, like you might find on a wireless mouse. It does B/G/N and only cost about $15. My other complaint is that the screen resolution is limited, 800x600 I think. Some applications may fail to load because of the screen res. It is OK for travel, but the WiFi thing is a bummer.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Phil on December 8, 2012
My biggest peeve is that the space bar is too close to the touchpad, so I inadvertently hit the touchpad when going for the spacebar. A big annoyance.

For those who might be interested, I was able to get it to work under FreeBSD. I had to go to version 9.1RC1, because the screen was being corrupted when I was using the terminal console with X. There wasn't a driver for the wifi controller, so I replaced it with an Intel 1030 controller. I also replaced the rotating hard-drive with an SSD, and it is quite snappy in that configuration. There a few things that don't work (the SD slot, the built-in function key functions, such as mute, dim, etc). It also suspends nicely, which I've never seen on any of the previous laptops under FreeBSD. My biggest peeve is the one mentioned above.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Artemis on January 1, 2013
I bought this when my Acer netbook, which had worked well for several years, quit in Oct. 2012. I paid around $200 at Best Buy.
(Why didn't I get the new comparably priced Acer? I cannot remember my reasoning.)
It's now Jan. 2013.

It works well once you get to the password screen to log on.
--Great with Wifi.
--Connects with phone hotspot.
--Easily recognizes printer, etc.
--Works very well with Modzilla.
--Explorer is okay for anything but AOL. Weirdly enough,using Explorer, AOL's email text disappears and reappears. There's no fix for this. I found a help site addressing the exact problem I was having. The entire conversation between the tech and customer could have been between him and me. Other email service providers such as gmail and comcast work fine.

Frustrating part? At start up, getting to the log-on screen. It will zing to the Gateway Logo right away, but then it may hang at the little "Starting Windows" icon for eternity and beyond. The solution is to turn it off and try again.
-- And again
-- And again
--You may have to flip it over and take out the battery. Count to at least to 10.
--Having it "Fix" itself is a waste of time.
--You may believe that it's a broken, kaput, el-deado, but then for no apparent reason it allows you to put in your password and ka-bing! Everything's good.

Hint: If getting back on sometime within the next couple hours is something you want to do, put it in hibernate.
Alternatively, spend more and/or check reviews for other machines.
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