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Gateway 15.6" FHD Ultra Slim Notebook, Intel Core i5-1035G1, 16GB RAM, 256GB SSD $499

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Previously a Frontpage Deal. All colors back in stock.

The 15.6-inch Gateway Ultra Slim Notebook features a 1080p screen that brings a crystal-clear picture for any and all of your tasks. The Intel Core i5 processor lets you ease through your daily tasks. Tuned by THX™ audio products enable listeners to get the best audio quality possible by providing custom fidelity improvements, balanced reproduction, and optimal frequency response.

Windows 10 Home
10th Gen Intel® Core™ i5-1035G1 Processor (1.0GHz, Up to 3.6GHz, 6M Cache)
15.6" LCD IPS Display, (1920 x 1080)
Tuned by THX™ Audio
256 GB Solid State Drive
16 GB Onboard RAM
Built-in Fingerprint Scanner (Windows Hello)
1MP Front-Facing Camera
Up to 10 hours of battery life
Micro SD Slot (Up to 512 GB) x 1
HDMI Output x 1
USB Type-C (Charge + Data transfer) x 1
USB 3.0 x 2
Kensington Lock x 1
Built-in Stereo Speakers x 2
Bluetooth 5.1
Built-in Microphone
Product Dimensions: 14.8" x 9.6" x 0.8"
Weight: 4.1 lbs.
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Seen this deal many times. Any downsides to this laptop? Worried about any durability issues cus i havent seen Gateway in a very long time lol
It's made by a Chinese company whose previous laptops have not been made well. If they haven't upped their standards, that would be the downside.
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Where are you seeing a price difference of only $10 between 256GB and 512GB SSD? Typically it would be at least $20 or more. I service PCs every day and 95% of my customers are using less than 120GB even when they have a 1TB drive installed.
Crucial drives via Amazon.
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Why do they put such small SSDs in these systems? I just bought a SSD yesterday and the price difference between a 256GB and a 512GB was only $10. Surely even less for OEMs.
We may never know. Maybe they just want to teach us how to disassemble and reassemble laptops since it makes upgrading almost a requirement of ownership.
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Many, many current and recent laptops require taking off the whole bottom to replace the battery or anything else. Some models of Macbooks have the battery glued in place. Replacing the battery is a once every 2-3 year event so not a big deal. I am surprised that they give easy access to an m.2 slot. Is it the hard drive slot or an extra one? 99% of the buyers will never want or need to upgrade anything on this laptop so the fact that you have to take off 8-10 screws is nothing.
It's an extra, empty slot.
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Is it a PCIe ssd?
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Out of stock every color
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We may never know. Maybe they just want to teach us how to disassemble and reassemble laptops since it makes upgrading almost a requirement of ownership.
To get the price down as low as possible obviously.

But they also could be playing that Apple game. Double the drive size and add $100 to the price.
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Kept checking back and it showed in-stock (low stock) again and I was able to get one in the color I wanted.Now its out of stock again.
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All colors back in stock. Probably worth checking the site throughout the day for anyone who missed it previously.
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