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Gateway ZX4970
6.9 out of 10

Gateway ZX4970

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Overall 6
6.0

Gateway One ZX4970-UR22 Review

maximum pc
27 February 2014
  • Excerpt: While we love powerful super-rigs that can cut through benchmarks like a hot knife through buttah, not everyone can afford an $8,000 PC. This is where a budget-friendly all-in-one computer such as the Gateway One ZX4970 comes into play.
  • Pros: Affordable and fairly priced.
  • Cons: No touchscreen; wired keyboard and mouse; relatively small screen; weak specs.
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Gateway ZX4970-UR22 Review

Digitaltrends
7 December 2013
  • Conclusion: Though it doesn’t innovate or thrill, the Gateway ZX4970-UR22 is a solid, no-frills computer offered at a very reasonable price. The processor is reasonably quick, the display is good, and there are plenty of ports for connecting hard drives and other extras.
  • Pros: Simple but sturdy design, Plenty of USB ports, High-quality matte display, Decent compute performance for the price, Affordable
  • Cons: Stand lacks ergonomic adjustments, No display controls, Poor 3D performance
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Overall 6
6.0

Expert Review

ComputerShopper
18 September 2013
  • Conclusion: Priced for the masses, it's unfortunately not fully geared for the masses who would benefit from better docs and tech support. But if you're comfortable delving into the depths of PC hardware and software, you may find the UR22 an enticing deal.
  • Pros: Very affordable all-in-one with acceptable performance and features, Lots of ports, including six USB and one HDMI-in
  • Cons: 21.5-inch screen looks a little cramped these days, Display doesn't support touch, No user-upgradability, Generic documentation, Wired input devices
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Overall 6
6.0

Expert Review

ComputerShopper
4 January 2013
  • Conclusion: But if you're comfortable delving into the depths of PC hardware and software, and more careful than we are about mounting DVDs on the spindle, you may be able to focus on the ZX's value proposition and find it a compelling deal.
  • Pros: Arguably the most affordable all-in-one with acceptable performance and features, Lots of ports, including six USB and one HDMI in, One USB port doubles as device charger
  • Cons: DVD drive swallows discs, 21.5-inch screen looks a little cramped these days, Poor documentation and support
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