Gateway E-155C Card Reader Driver
View online or download Gateway EC Technical Reference Manual, Service Manual. We have 2 Gateway EC manuals available for free PDF download: Technical Reference Manual, Using The Memory Card Reader Download Gateway EC card reader drivers for Windows 7, XP, 10, 8, and , or install DriverPack Solution software. (note to readers: while we refer to this system as the EC 1 x VGA – 15 pin; 1 x Microphone-in; 1x Headphone; 1 x 6-in-1 Card Reader.
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Gateway E-155C Card Reader Driver
Other than that, the Gateway EC offers fairly standard connections, as seen in the chart above. Gateway offers a somewhat limited set of configuration options for the EC. You're stuck, for example, with a single processor choice, the ultralow-voltage Intel Core 2 Duo U Gateway E-155C Card Reader an ultralow-voltage CPU is great for reducing heat and extending battery life, it doesn't always make for the speediest system.
The differences weren't great, however, and aside from the occasional slowdown while wading through the Windows Vista option menus or waiting for the handwriting recognition to Gateway E-155C Card Reader in, the system performed on par with our expectations. Doubling the memory to 2GB would have greatly aided its performance in the tests, particularly on our memory-intensive Photoshop CS2 image-processing benchmark.
The Gateway E-155C Card Reader breed of laptops with Intel's revamped Centrino Duo platform code-named Santa Rosa will offer better performance and battery life with low-voltage processors, and it seems likely to become the new standard, leaving these older parts out in the cold. Simply push on the battery where you see the LED light meter, and it will light up to indicate its level of charge.
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This works whether the EC is booted up or not. Gateway does offer a 6-cell and starting in June an 8-cell battery though, for those users who need more battery life.
Even though the optional batteries cost more money and will add weight, it is nice to know you can get one if you need one. Credit goes to the ULV processor for this.
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When I started running my benchmark tests the EC did get warm and the fan noise was definitely noticeable. It was working hard and you knew it. From time to time I also noticed that the fan would kick on Gateway E-155C Card Reader the computer was idling, but it was never annoyingly loud. Speakers The speakers on the EC were impressive.
They are not what comes standard on your top of the line multimedia notebook, but Gateway E-155C Card Reader do put out good sound, certainly better than almost Gateway E-155C Card Reader other notebook in the ultraportable category. There are two little speakers, one on each side under the screen. After testing them out with some Jazz, Rock and Pop music I got a feel for what they could do. Top view of the EC and its speakers.
It also came with Microsoft Works and some other standard Microsoft programs.
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There was no bloatware though, which made me happy. You do get the ubiquitous McAfee security protection, which has those annoying pop-ups, but that can be turned off.
Overall the amount of bloatware was minimal, and certainly less than average. Wireless The EC has Both worked as expected. In fact the Intel PRO wireless was fast and responsive.
I also connected to the wireless at my house with no problems. The Bluetooth comes in handy for those users who may want to use a wireless mouse or any other wireless device. Conclusion The EC is a solid Tablet. I enjoyed listening to music on the EC as well. The EC has a good array of features for the price, with some room for improvement in certain areas, but overall I would consider this Tablet a solid entry into the portable Gateway E-155C Card Reader notebook market by Gateway.