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Gateway introduces "Quad HD" display

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 04 Oct 2007 19:58 User comments (3)

Gateway introduces "Quad HD" display Gateway has now debuted their top-of-the-line Quad HD 30-inch display which it says is capable of a 1600p resolution.
The display can upconvert standard definition video to HD and even upconvert 1080p HD to 1600p. There are a variety of inputs for the display including HDMI, DVI-D, VGA, component, S-Video, and composite interfaces.

A USB 2.0 hub with six ports is also built in as well as the display having anti-theft software which when set up will allow the display to work with only one PC. The system carries a 2560x1600 resolution and has built in speakers. The price? $1700 USD if purchased through Gateway.

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3 user comments

15.10.2007 22:31

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as well as the display having anti-theft software which when set up will allow the display to work with only one PC
...this doesn't really make sense, anyone who breaks in and steals your monitor is most likely going to steal your PC too.

26.10.2007 7:47

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as well as the display having anti-theft software which when set up will allow the display to work with only one PC
...this doesn't really make sense, anyone who breaks in and steals your monitor is most likely going to steal your PC too.
lol, with anti theft protection like this it is more likely they will now take both!!!!!!!

315.10.2007 22:54

For me the gateway company is like lg. They are not in my good books as they make crappy pc products and pc's in general. A word of warning stay away from their products.

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