Gateway E-155C Digitizer Driver
Gateway answered our request for such a laptop by sending us their EC, which Can the Gateway EC satisfy the target market, or will they be left wanting? . Do tablets have a "touch" or "digitizer stylus" screen? This is the Windows XP and Windows Vista driver for Digitizer Pen pointing device used in Gateway EC tablet, or Gateway called it convertible notebook. and the business channel version, the Gateway EC currently ships only as standard notebook displays due to the digitizer, the Gateway still falls a bit.
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Gateway E-155C Digitizer Driver
The integrated stereo speakers have good sound quality but are relatively quiet.
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They're fine for movie playback in a peaceful room, but you'll definitely want to plug in a good set of headphones to listen to music. This is a reliable wireless module that plays well with Windows own networking management software, but we found range to be lower than average on the Gateway. Standing 10 feet from the access point, Gateway E-155C Digitizer other test notebooks and even PDAs get a full signal, but the Gateway gets only 3 out of 5 bars as measured by Vista's connection manager.
Download speeds were a bit slower as a result, adding only Gateway E-155C Digitizer few seconds to the download time of a 1 meg file and 5 seconds to the pre-streaming Gateway E-155C Digitizer for video. Should you need a wide area wireless connection, the tablet has a type II cardbus PC Card slot, which is supported by all major US wireless carriers. There is no ExpressCard slot.
Gateway E-155-C: A Lightweight Convertible
Our Vista machine came Gateway E-155C Digitizer Protector Suite QL, a very popular and easy to use piece of security software that works with the scanner. Once you enroll your fingerprints, you can use Protector Suite to log onto Windows and enter passwords in applications and web pages with the swipe of a finger. Gateway E-155C Digitizer Life The tablet's ultra low voltage processor and 12" display should translate into good battery life, though the CX's 4 cell battery is a bit smaller than average.
We found battery life to be average by ULV and small notebook standards, and it lasted us an average of 3. Gateway offers an optional 6 cell battery for those who need more stamina.
Gateway Gets in on 12-Inch Tablet Game with E-155C Convertible Notebook
The included world charger is small and light, and adds little weight and bulk to a notebook bag. Conclusion Despite the somewhat dim display, we like the Gateway's light weight and price.
A few years back it was hard to find a convertible tablet that was affordable, highly portable and had an internal optical drive. The CX and it's business twin the EC fit that bill and add Gateway E-155C Digitizer hardware specs to the mix.
We really like the touch screen convenience coupled with good digitizer accuracy when using the pen, and the wide screen display is suited to DVD playback, even if it isn't gorgeous. The SATA drive, ample max memory, Intel networking inside and sturdy yet attractive design are winners. Now users have the Gateway E-155C Digitizer of both worlds — the option of either using a finger or the pen as an input method.
Considering the EC uses Wacom technology the pen strokes are a more accurate method of input, specifically suited to Gateway E-155C Digitizer or drawing, and I know hard-core Tablet users will love this. Gateway did a great job of outfitting the EC with both though.
Ports The EC has your basic Gateway E-155C Digitizer of ports. Nothing to major for this Tablet, but it does have the basics, which get the job done for most users. Front view of the EC. It lasted about three hours with screen brightness set to half and on-and-off usage, which is average for a Tablet of this size. I do like the power indicator on the battery because it is helpful to know how much battery life is left.
Simply push on the battery where you see the LED light meter, and it will light up to indicate its level of charge. This works whether the EC is booted up or not. Gateway does offer a 6-cell and starting in June an 8-cell battery though, for those users who Gateway E-155C Digitizer more Gateway E-155C Digitizer life. Even though the optional batteries cost more money and will add weight, it is nice to know you can get one if you need one.
Credit goes to the ULV processor for this. When I started running my benchmark tests the EC did get Gateway E-155C Digitizer and the fan noise was definitely noticeable. It was working hard and you knew it. From time to time I also noticed that the fan would kick on when the computer was idling, but it was never annoyingly loud.