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11.6″ Gateway EC1801i MiniNote

Gateway dropped the AMD Athlon CPU for an Intel SU3500 on their 11.6 inch mini-notebook. The Gateway EC1801i SU3500 MiniNote has almost the same look as the Gateway LT3102i Ultra Slim Laptop.

This is more like a version of the 11-inch Acer Timeline. See specs and price below:

gateway ec1801i

11.6″ CrystalBrite HD 1366 x 768
Intel Core 2 Solo SU3500 1.4GHz
2GB DDR2 RAM (max 4GB)
Intel GMA X4500 Video Graphics
64MB dedicated video RAM (up to 1,759MB shared system memory)
Bluetooth 2.0
WiFi 802.11 b/g
Windows Vista Home Premium

Weights about 1.43kg so it’s still light. Expect to shell out Php35,995 for this ultraportable notebook (in black and red colors).

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Abe is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of YugaTech with over 20 years of experience in the technology industry. He is one of the pioneers of blogging in the country and considered by many as the Father of Tech Blogging in the Philippines. He is also a technology consultant, a tech columnist with several national publications, resource speaker and mentor/advisor to several start-up companies.

15 Responses

  1. Avatar for neomaniac neomaniac says:

    why not try the NEO MINI-NOTEBOOK. RUNS ON XP (LICENSED) and very fast.

  2. Avatar for nanayMo nanayMo says:

    Make mine black. But at 1.4Ghz and on Vista? Nice advice there, Jhay.

  3. Avatar for Jayson Jayson says:

    I think this is expense. MSI CR400 is much cheaper and has better specs.

  4. Avatar for Pinoy Apostolic Pinoy Apostolic says:

    Is this better than the previous model which has an AMD processor and an ATI Graphic chipset?

  5. Avatar for Jhay Jhay says:

    If it weren’t for the Gateway logo on it, I’d easily mistake this one for an Acer notebook.

    I’d also ditch Vista for Windows 7 if were to buy this one.

  6. Avatar for BrianB BrianB says:

    Wow, amazing deal!

  7. Avatar for John Ray Cabrera John Ray Cabrera says:

    first of all, what does one has to have to qualify as a netbook:

    1) smaller form factor? 8-10inches screen?
    2) Atom processor? Ion processor?
    3) no optical drive?

    if these are the criteria to qualify one to be a netbook, then this unit is just an ultraportable and not a netbook.

    and are they serious in using the nomenclature MiniNote as their sub-branding name?

  8. Avatar for http://makabayan.org.ph http://makabayan.org.ph says:

    Still no 11′ with CD-rom?

    NO to VAT! i mean VISTA. Vista will hog you down.

  9. Avatar for Raven Raven says:

    1.4ghz f0r vista? Sl0oowww!

  10. Avatar for Gwapito Gwapito says:

    Netbooks don’t have to be small.

  11. Avatar for Abe Olandres Abe Olandres says:

    @Paul – they’re just filling in the gap in the line-up.

  12. Avatar for Paul Paul says:

    Whats with the move to 11″+ screens? When I buy a netbook its for small size. 11″ is too big.

  13. Avatar for wingatu wingatu says:

    Yuga, where can I buy this one? Is it available here in the philippines

  14. Avatar for jill jill says:

    Should we like Vista? C’mon techies, enlighten me on this one.

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