Gateway reveals LT32 Series netbooks powered by AMD

Gateway today introduced its newest Gateway LT32 Series netbook line powered by AMD’s Nile platform and ATI graphics. The Gateway features a matte chassis cover that resists fingerprints with a wave pattern, 11.6-inch (1366 x 768)LED-backlit display, runs Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium and it price start from $449.99.

The new LT32 notebook series measures less than an inch thin and weighs only 2.76 pounds. The line comes equipped with AMD Athlon Neo II K125  running at 1.7GHz, ATI Radeon HD 4225 Graphics with 384MB,  2GB of DDR3 RAM, a 250GB hard drive, Gigabit Ethernet, Wi-Fi b/g/n, integrated HD webcam,  3xUSB 2.0,multi-in-one digital card reader,  HDMI, VGA ports, full-size keyboard, multi-gesture touchpad  and 6-cell battery which enables up to 5.5 hourswork time.

Gateway LT32 notebook

“The new Gateway LT32 is a true ultra-mobile entertainment powerhouse netbook,” said Pete Dailey, senior product marketing manager for Gateway netbooks. “It delivers a heightened level of performance and HD entertainment with the powerful combination of AMD Neo processors, ATI graphics and the crisp and clear HD display. The HDMI port means that customers can enjoy their digital entertainment on a large external display wherever they go.”

Gateway LT32 netbook


Like the rest of Gateway’s new notebook and netbook lines, the new Gateway LT32 Series also features dedicated “social networking,” button to access most popular social networking sites – Facebook, YouTube and Flickr.

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