In pictures: Gateway's fashion-forward notebooks

We take a look at the new Gateway notebooks, which will hit Australia on 15 August

P-79 Series FX

We can't really say Gateway's most expensive notebook is "fashionable" in a traditional sense. In fact, we'll go with downright gaudy. However, if you're after the same geeky bling found on Acer's Predator gaming desktops, you need look no further than this gaming notebook/desktop replacement. Starting at $3999, the P-79 Series FX has a 17in screen, 1TB of storage (comprising two 500GB hard drives), Dolby sound and a Blu-Ray burner. The power-hungry can configure the P-79 Series FX notebooks with an Intel Core 2 Quad Q9000 notebook, 4GB of DDR3 memory and a NVIDIA GeForce GTX 260M graphics card with 1GB of dedicated DDR3 memory.

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