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GATEWAY CX200 CARD READER DRIVER
Gateway CX - Review - PCMag UK
With its broad keyboard and wide track pad, and its wide-aspect inch display with a 1,x native resolutionit offers more than enough room for multitasking or watching DVDs. Unfortunately, the screen picks up fingerprints easily, and its reflective surface can be a challenge when working beneath overhead lights.
To convert to tablet mode, the screen smoothly rotates around and folds Gateway CX200 Card Reader over the keyboard; it took us a few tries to get the magnetic latch into place, but it holds the screen down securely. The smooth glass display will disappoint those seeking a pen-and-paper feel, but the CXX's well-balanced stylus writes like a pen and proved comfortable for extended use. Over the course of a week, the tablet was able to correctly recognize about 80 percent of our writing--slightly less than the Satellite R15, which uses a more sophisticated screen digitizer.
Located around the CXX's display are dedicated buttons for rotating the screen orientation, calling up Windows' task manager, opening the Windows Journal application for jotting notes, and making volume and brightness adjustments; there's also an innovative five-way rocker switch for navigating Gateway CX200 Card Reader pages. The screen has an orientation button and three other configurable quick launch buttons.
The scroll wheel is comfortably placed. Surfing the Web in portrait mode allowed us to see the entire page, without the need to scroll. In landscape mode, we were able to work with Windows Journal and Zinio Reader side by side. The pen-on-paper feel is evident as soon as the pen touches the screen, but there's a slight delay, which forced us to press down a little harder. Gateway CX200 Card Reader CX is a workhorse: Unfortunately, the system couldn't run our SYSmark SE and MobileMark benchmark tests because of the tests' limitations, but other systems with this type of configuration perform very well on day-to-day computing tasks.
Both the Doom 3 and Splinter Cell games ran smoothly. The 3DMark scores were very respectable at 1,bysomething rarely seen on a tablet.
The standard battery 77 Wh has a handle, which elevates the notebook for more ergonomic typing. In tablet-writing mode, you can use the battery handle to hold the system steady. Battery life is around 5 hours, according to Gateway.
All the battery options are a bit excessive, considering the tablet will likely stay on your desk most of the Gateway CX200 Card Reader. As the CX tablet targets consumers, therefore it lacks certain security measures, such as TPM Trusted Platform Modulewhich encrypts your passwords and files on a hardware level. You load the software, register your laptop's serial number, and if your laptop is hijacked, the recovery team is alerted, and they can determine the system's location once the bandits go online.
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Of course, the software must have been installed and the person with your stolen computer must actually go online, assuming the hard drive hasn't been formatted. All three USB ports are located on the right side of the tablet. Gigabit Ethernet is available as well.
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