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1. Gateway 17" Widescreen LCD Flat-Panel
$5,699.99 $2,300.00 list($6,299.99)
2. Gateway 50" HDTV-Ready Flat-Panel
$2,499.99 $2,199.00
3. Gateway 30" Widescreen HD-Ready
$3,499.99 list($3,674.99)
4. Gateway 56" Widescreen HD-Ready
$1,999.99
5. Gateway 26" Widescreen HD-Ready
list($1,499.99)
6. Gateway 23" Widescreen HD-Ready
list($3,149.99)
7. Gateway 46" Enhanced-Definition
list($3,299.99)
8. Gateway 42" Enhanced-Definition
list($3,149.99)
9. Gateway 42" Ultrabright EDTV Flat-Panel
$679.95 list($799.99)
10. Gateway 18" LCD Flat Panel TV
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11. Gateway 42" HD-Ready Flat-Panel

1. Gateway 17" Widescreen LCD Flat-Panel TV
list price: $699.99
our price: $699.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0000ZKFKA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Gateway
Sales Rank: 15317
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Tight on space? Merge your computer monitor with your television set with Gateway's 17-inch widescreen LCD TV. Its broad, sleek screen has a 15:9 widescreen aspect ratio that more closely matches the dimensions of your favorite movies than a standard 4:3 screen does. Further, the set is fully compatible with DVI-capable DTV set-top boxes and high-definition computer signals. It has VGA and DVI (digital visual interface) inputs and a host of other convenient audio/video connections, not to mention an NTSC tuner for immediate over-air reception.

Kitchens, bedrooms, offices, or dormitories will be equally well served by the set, which features a built-in carrying handle for easy transport. An included table stand simplifies desk- or table-top positioning.

LCDs are more power-efficient than either CRTs or plasma screens. While they may not be as bright, overall, as plasmas, they get more wallet-friendly every month. You'll see none of the irritating scan lines or flickering that's visible on CRT sets or monitors, and you can forget about both ghosting and image burn-in, no matter how many hours a week you spend parked in front of your favorite video game.

This Gateway television is no slouch in the specs department, offering an impressive 600:1 contrast ratio, high (423 cd/m2) brightness, and a wide, 170-degree viewing angle. Stereo speakers with 2.7 watts per channel offer strong, clear sound, and you can always plug a pair of headphones into the set's headphone jack for more private (or just louder) listening.

What's in the Box
TV, table stand, remote control, remote battery, RF coaxial video cable,stereo analog audio/composite-video interconnect, power adapter, AC power cord, TV antenna, user's manual, and warranty/registration information. ... Read more

Features

  • 17-inch widescreen LCD TV with 1,280 x 768 pixel resolution; 20.2 x 11.7 x 2.9 inches (W x H x D)
  • 16:9 aspect ratio matches the dimensions of your favorite movies and HDTV broadcasts
  • Wide, 170-degree viewing angles and high, 600:1 contrast ratio for vivid viewing from nearly anywhere in the room
  • Onboard NTSC tuner for over-air TV reception; offers HDTV signal compatibility through DVI or VGA inputs
  • 2.7 watts per channel x 2 with built-in stereo speakers and a headphone jack for private listening

Reviews (2)

4-0 out of 5 stars Gateway 17 inch Widescreen LCD TV/ Monitor
The unit is really nice, well constructed and performs very well.
The only problem is when viewing the TV mode, it is true, you cannot correct/lower/adjust the color saturation. You can do this when on the computer (PC mode) and are watching TV through the PIP mode. The sound is good, the connections are good, the clearity is fine, and there is little "poor response" due to the fast processing of information. There is a nice remote, instructions and easy to use buttons on the front of the panel.
The built in swivel base adjusts both side to side and up and down. There is S-Video connections, Composite, DVI inputs as well as PC connection. This is an HD READY system and accepts all other types of inputs such as DVD, VCR, Camcorder.
This product is limited in availability presently but for the money and overall quality, this is a winner.

4-0 out of 5 stars gateway
Very nice new technology. I have only used it as a video monitor so far. Biggest complaint is NO color level adjustment on video!! and the level seems to be too high. Adjusting brightness & contrast somewhat changes the color levels but at the expense of over compensation. Sound is poor. ... Read more


2. Gateway 50" HDTV-Ready Flat-Panel Plasma TV
list price: $6,299.99
our price: $5,699.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0000ZJ8PI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Gateway
Sales Rank: 4099
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Amazon.com Product Description

Fifty inches can be bigger than you think: you'd need a 55-inch 4:3 aspect-ratio set to give you widescreen images as big as those rendered by Gateway's 50-inch, 16:9 high-definition plasma television. The set boasts a native pixel resolution of 1,366 x 768, with exemplary 600:1 contrast, high 600 cd/m2 brightness, and plenty of audio/video inputs and outputs for your home-entertainment needs. There's even an RGB PC input so you can view your computer images in larger-than-life lushness.

A plasma screen consists of two thin sheets of glass containing tiny, gas-filled cells. Electronic current stimulates the cells to produce light and color, creating a bright, steady, vivid pictures. You also get extremely wide viewing angles (160 degrees with this set), and easy placement due to the TV's slim profile--this Gateway set is a mere 3.9 inches deep, perfect for desk or wall mounting (a table stand is supplied, and the set is compatible with most mounting hardware). Brightness tends to be extremely uniform across plasma screens, which are also impervious to the picture distortion and negative color balances that afflict CRT monitors when placed near lighting or sound systems.

Built-in digital scaling engine accepts various computer and HDTV signals, then digitally maps the signals to fit within the screen's 1,366 x 768 pixels. Compatible signals include computer display resolutions up to 1,280 x 1,024 and all HDTV signals, including 720p and 1080i.

Gateway even offers advanced digital image processing, which converts all interlaced (composite-video, S-video) signals to progressive-scanned images for bright, flicker-free viewing. A built-in digital visual interface (DVI) jack eliminates the need for analog-to-digital conversion between your DTV set-top box or computer.

PIP (picture-in-picture) gives you the option of watching TV and one non-PC, non-HD input source simultaneously. You can view with one image inset, or with two images side by side (picture-by-picture)--and you can swap images at the touch of a button. A choice of digital zoom modes lets you fill the screen to eliminate letterbox bars on 4:3 (or other) aspect-ratio content, and picture freeze ensures you don't miss any details.

Stereo speakers with five watts per channel offer strong, clear sound. Bass, treble, BBE Sound maximizer, and audio balance controls let you tailor the set's sound output, while, for more spacious-sounding programs, SRS sound processing simulates surround sound through any two speakers. A stereo minijack (.125-inch) output facilitates hookup with optional external computer speakers, and a monaural RCA output lets you use an optional subwoofer to enhance the low-frequency response of your listening system. There's a stereo (left/right) RCA output with internally selectable fixed or variable level for routing the TV's sound to an integrated amplifier or surround receiver.

With its versatile power supply (AC 100 to 240 volts, 50 or 60 Hz, 4.5 amps), the 50-inch set is equally at home in many countries.

What's in the Box
TV, table stand, remote control, remote batteries, AC power cord, a user's manual, a remote control manual, and warranty/registration information. ... Read more

Features

  • 50-inch high-definition widescreen plasma TV with 1,366 x 768 native pixel resolution; 49.5 x 30 x 4.2 inches (W x H x D) without stand
  • 1080i, 720p, and 480p video compatibility; built-in image scaler accommodates PC resolutions up to 1,280 x 1,024 pixels
  • DVI, component-video, S-video, composite-video, and PC RGB inputs
  • 5-watts-per-channel stereo speakers, outputs for external speakers
  • Wall or table positioning; includes table stand and universal remote control

3. Gateway 30" Widescreen HD-Ready LCD Flat Panel TV
list price: $2,499.99
our price: $2,499.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0000ZKFKK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Gateway
Sales Rank: 39857
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Amazon.com Product Description

Broad enough for home-theater use and versatile enough to handle your PC viewing--not to mention simultaneous TV and PC viewing--Gateway's 30-inch widescreen LCD TV is one versatile television. The set's broad, sleek screen has a 15:9 widescreen aspect ratio that more closely matches the dimensions of your favorite movies than does a standard 4:3 screen.

The Benefits of HDTV
Standard TVs (SDTVs) display a maximum of 480 lines using the interlaced scan method, which creates a picture with alternating lines of information.
Enhanced-definition TVs (EDTVs) display a maximum of 480 lines using the progressive-scan method, which creates an image using consecutive lines of information for a crisp, flicker-free picture.
High-definition TVs (HDTVs) display a maximum of either 1,080 interlaced lines or 720 progressively scanned lines for the sharpest possible image.
Further, it's fully compatible with DTV set-top boxes and high-definition computer signals. It has component-video, VGA, and DVI (digital visual interface) inputs, as well as an NTSC tuner for immediate over-air reception. Hook it up with a progressive-scan DVD player to get the full benefit of your discs' seamless, 480p resolution--one of the component-video inputs is Faroudja-enhanced for maximum DVD quality.

LCD screens are more power-efficient than either CRTs or plasma screens, and while they may not be as bright, overall, as plasmas, they get more wallet friendly every week. You'll see none of the irritating scan lines or flickering that's visible on CRT sets or monitors, and you can forget about both ghosting and image burn-in, no matter how many hours a week you spend parked in front of your favorite video game.

PIP (picture-in-picture) lets you view any input (including your PC input) and one additional input or source at the same time. You can view with one image inset, or with two images side by side (picture-by-picture). You can swap images and you can even hear both sources using PIP sound. PIP positioning lets you place the inset image in an area of your choosing. The set allows you to view HDTV, PC, and DVI inputs as the main image with TV, composite-video, S-video, or DVD component-video sources as the secondary image, or vice-versa.

This Gateway TV is no slouch in the specs department, offering a 350:1 contrast ratio, high (450 cd/m2) brightness, and a wide, 170-degree viewing angle so the whole family can view the screen from just about anywhere in the room. For picture-style viewing, you can mount the TV on the wall using an optional wall-mount kit, and the set comes with a short stand to simplify desk- or table-top positioning.

Bass, treble, and audio balance controls let you tailor the set's sound output, and onboard BBE High Definition Sound improves speech intelligibility and restores the dynamic range of compressed musical passages. For more spacious-sounding programs, SRS WOW technology simulates surround sound through any two speakers. The set's rear panel sports 8-watts-per-channel stereo speaker outputs (for use with optional Gateway 30-inch LCD speakers or other speakers), and you can always plug a pair of headphones into the set's headphone jack for private listening.

What's in the Box
TV, table stand, remote control, remote battery, an RF coaxial audio/video cable, an analog audio/composite-video interconnect, an AC power cord, a user's manual, a remote control user's manual, and warranty/registration information. ... Read more

Features

  • 30-inch widescreen LCD TV with 1,280 x 786 pixel resolution; 28.9 x 19.2 x 3.9 inches (W x H x D) without stand
  • 15:9 aspect ratio closely matches the dimensions of your favorite movies and HDTV broadcasts
  • Wide, 170-degree viewing angles for vivid viewing from nearly anywhere in the room
  • Faroudja-enhanced DVD input, PC PIP lets you view your PC and one additional video source simultaneously
  • Onboard NTSC tuner for over-air TV reception; offers HDTV signal compatibility through component-video, DVI, or VGA inputs

4. Gateway 56" Widescreen HD-Ready DLP Rear-Projection TV
list price: $3,674.99
our price: $3,499.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0000ZJ8OO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Gateway
Sales Rank: 33241
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

These days, a room-filling picture doesn't have to mean a room-filling TV. Gateway's technologically amazing 56-inch DLP (Digital Light Processing) rear-projection set is high-definition ready and offers some of the most versatile features ever housed in a television. And since it's only a fraction of the depth of traditional rear-projection TVs, you'll have more space in your living room to ensure optimal viewing for the whole family. The TV weighs only 123 pounds, too, so it's easier to position than many smaller-screen CRT sets.

The Benefits of HDTV
Standard TVs (SDTVs) display a maximum of 480 lines using the interlaced scan method, which creates a picture with alternating lines of information.
Enhanced-definition TVs (EDTVs) display a maximum of 480 lines using the progressive-scan method, which creates an image using consecutive lines of information for a crisp, flicker-free picture.
High-definition TVs (HDTVs) display a maximum of either 1,080 interlaced lines or 720 progressively scanned lines for the sharpest possible image.
DLP technology offers a slimmer and lighter-weight design over traditional projection TVs.
Developed by Texas Instruments, DLP technology uses an optical semiconductor, called the Digital Micromirror Device (DMD), that enables light to be modulated digitally. The result is incredibly precise, high-fidelity picture quality--to the tune of a remarkable 1,000:1 contrast ratio. DLP also boasts lower power consumption, no phosphor "burn-in," and a longer product lifetime. The set's onboard digital scaling engine accepts various computer and television signals and maps them to fit within the set's native 1,280 x 720 pixels; compatible signals display video resolutions up to 1,280 x 1,024, and compatible HDTV signals consist of 480p and 720p (most DTV receivers will scale 1080i outputs to either of these formats).

Picture-in-picture (PIP) lets you watch two programs simultaneously with one image inset in one of six selectable window positions. Picture-on-picture (POP) lets you watch two programs side by side, each with its own (roughly) 35-inch diagonal image. PIP/POP is available when your main video source is set to any mode. For example, you can watch two analog TV programs simultaneously with PIP/POP by using the built-in TV tuners. And one of your two kids, for instance, can watch a movie from a DVD player or VCR in the main window while your other child watches a TV program--all at the same time. Additionally, the transparency and size of the PIP window are highly adjustable.

The TV has two separate headphone jacks, both of which are accessible from the side of the TV. One of these outputs can be assigned to the PIP or secondary side-by-side/POP window, making it possible for two people to use the TV for two totally different activities (e.g., one watches a DVD movie, the other plays a PC game). The set even includes a secondary PIP/POP remote control for this purpose.

Unlike most TVs, this set's PIP source can include progressive-scan DVD inputs and HDTV signals through the component-video inputs. And, the PIP source can be displayed using either 16:9 or 4:3 aspect ratios. DVI and VGA inputs from things such as a PC can only be displayed in the main window.

Gateway provides a broad range of inputs with independent picture settings, including two component-video inputs, one DVI interface with HDCP copy-protection compatibility, three sets of audio/video inputs that support composite- and S-video (one of which is side-mounted for easy access), and two separate RGB inputs for a PC (with accompanying minijack stereo audio inputs). The side-panel inputs are perfect for occasional hookups such as a camcorder or video-game console.

Stereo speakers with an impressive 15 watts per channel offer strong, clear sound. Bass, treble, BBE High Definition Sound, and audio balance controls let you tailor the set's sound output, while, for more spacious-sounding programs, both SRS and VivaHD3D sound processing simulate surround sound through any two speakers. There's a stereo RCA output with internally selectable fixed or variable level for routing the TV's sound to an integrated amplifier or surround receiver.

The TV supports Microsoft's Media Center PC specification.

What's in the Box
TV, two remote controls, two sets of remote batteries, AC power cord, user's manual, manual for the remotes, and warranty/registration information. ... Read more

Features

  • Slimmer and lighter than traditional rear-projection sets; 54.4 x 43.1 x 18.9 inches (W x H x D) and 123 pounds
  • 1,024 x 720 resolution; compatible with high-definition input signals up to 1,280 x 1,024 (DTV receiver not included)
  • Dual integrated NTSC tuners for independent viewing; advance picture-in-picture with flexible transparency, sizing, and positioning
  • DLP technology offers superior picture quality, low power consumption, no phosphor "burn-in," and longer life
  • Includes dual headphone jacks and dual remote controls so two people can watch different programs or inputs simultaneously

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great DLP TV at the Best price
Its a much nicer looking set in my mind than the Samsung. It costs much less as well. The picture quality from the HI-def channels is Eye popping! Your tongue will hit the floor! The quality of DVD (especially if used in the DVI input) is breath taking! Its ease of use is a big plus as well. Especially impressive is the picture-in-picture (PIP) function.

The speaker base (referring to the base of TV from ground to where the screen starts) is a bit stubby so I had to buy a stand for it to bring it up to Eye level in my living room. But I can use the stand to house components that I use with it. ... Read more


5. Gateway 26" Widescreen HD-Ready Flat-Panel LCD TV
list price: $1,999.99
our price: $1,999.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0001CVBQY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Gateway
Sales Rank: 47172
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Amazon.com Product Description

Gateway's versatile, high-quality, and high-definition 26-inch widescreen LCD television offers abundant connections for your PC and your home-theater gear. It's fully compatible with both DTV set-top boxes and high-definition computer signals, featuring component-video, VGA, and DVI (digital visual interface) inputs--as well as an NTSC tuner for immediate over-air reception. Hook it up with a progressive-scan DVD player to get the full benefit of your discs' seamless, 480p resolution.

The set's broad, sleek screen has a 15:9 widescreen aspect ratio that closely matches the dimensions of your favorite movies. (A 4:3 aspect-ratio set of the same screen width would have a 28-inch diagonal measurement.) Kitchens, bedrooms, offices, or dormitories will be equally well served by the set, which includes a table stand to simplify desk- or table-top positioning.

LCDs are more power-efficient than either CRTs or plasma screens, and while they may not be as bright, overall, as plasmas, they get more wallet friendly every week. You'll see none of the irritating scan lines or flickering that's visible on CRT sets or monitors, and you can forget about both ghosting and image burn-in, no matter how many hours a week you spend parked in front of your favorite video game.

This Gateway TV is no slouch in the specs department, offering an impressive 600:1 contrast ratio, high (450 cd/m2) brightness, and a wide, 170-degree viewing angle. A total of nine video inputs consist of RGB PC, DVI, high-definition component-video, two S-video, three composite-video, and an RF coaxial/antenna input.

The set's motion-adaptive 3D digital comb filter enhances resolution by removing blurred edges between colors and reducing dot crawl (tiny, moving dots of color along a sharp color separation in a vertical line, as in a depiction of a character's striped T-shirt).

Stereo speakers with 5 watts per channel offer strong, clear sound, and you can always plug a pair of headphones into the set's headphone jack for more private (or just louder) listening. Bass, treble, and audio balance controls let you tailor the set's sound output, and, for more spacious-sounding programs, 3D sound processing simulates surround sound through any two speakers. A stereo minijack (.125-inch) output facilitates hookup with optional external computer speakers, and a monaural minijack output lets you use an optional subwoofer to enhance the low-frequency response of your listening system.

What's in the Box
TV, table stand, remote control, remote battery, RF coaxial video cable, stereo analog audio/composite-video interconnect, power adapter, AC power cord, TV antenna, user's manual, remote control manual, and warranty/registration information. ... Read more

Features

  • 26-inch widescreen LCD TV with 1,280 x 768 pixel resolution; 32.6 x 19.72 x 8.47 inches (W x H x D) with stand
  • 15:9 aspect ratio matches the dimensions of your favorite movies and HDTV broadcasts
  • Wide, 170-degree viewing angles and high, 600:1 contrast ratio for a vivid picture from nearly anywhere in the room
  • Onboard NTSC tuner for over-air TV reception; offers HDTV signal compatibility through component-video, DVI, or VGA inputs
  • 5 watts per channel x 2 with built-in stereo speakers and a headphone jack for private listening

6. Gateway 23" Widescreen HD-Ready LCD Flat Panel TV
list price: $1,499.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0000ZJ8O4
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Gateway
Sales Rank: 61453
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Amazon.com Product Description

Sharp and bright with abundant connections for both your PC and your home-theater gear, Gateway's 23-inch widescreen LCD TV is one versatile television. The set's broad, sleek screen has a 15:9 widescreen aspect ratio that more closely matches the dimensions of your favorite movies than do standard 4:3 screens. Further, it's fully compatible with DTV set-top boxes and high-definition computer signals. It has component-video, VGA, and DVI (digital visual interface) inputs, not to mention an NTSC tuner for immediate over-air reception. Hook it up with a progressive-scan DVD player to get the full benefit of your discs' seamless, 480p resolution.

Kitchens, bedrooms, offices, or dormitories will be equally well served by the set, which includes a table stand to simplify desk- or table-top positioning. LCDs are more power-efficient than either CRTs or plasma screens, and while they may not be as bright, overall, as plasmas, they get more wallet friendly every week. You'll see none of the irritating scan lines or flickering that's visible on CRT sets or monitors, and you can forget about both ghosting and image burn-in, no matter how many hours a week you spend parked in front of your favorite video game.

This Gateway TV is no slouch in the specs department, offering an impressive 500:1 contrast ratio, high (450 cd/m2) brightness, and a wide, 170-degree viewing angle. A total of nine video inputs consist of RGB PC, DVI, high-definition component-video, two S-video, three composite-video, and an RF coaxial/antenna input.

The set's motion-adaptive 3D digital comb filter enhances resolution by removing blurred edges between colors and reducing dot crawl (tiny, moving dots of color along a sharp color separation in a vertical line, as in a depiction of a character's striped T-shirt).

Stereo speakers with 5 watts per channel offer strong, clear sound, and you can always plug a pair of headphones into the set's headphone jack for more private (or just louder) listening. Bass, treble, and audio balance controls let you tailor the set's sound output, and, for more spacious-sounding programs, 3D sound processing simulates surround sound through any two speakers. A stereo minijack (.125-inch) output facilitates hookup with optional external computer speakers, and a monaural minijack output lets you use an optional subwoofer to enhance the low-frequency response of your listening system.

What's in the Box
TV, table stand, remote control, remote battery, RF coaxial video cable, stereo analog audio/composite-video interconnect, power adapter, AC power cord, TV antenna, user's manual, remote control manual, and warranty/registration information. ... Read more

Features

  • 23-inch widescreen LCD TV with 1,280 x 768 pixel resolution; 29.5 x 15 x 3.7 inches (W x H x D)
  • 15:9 aspect ratio matches the dimensions of your favorite movies and HDTV broadcasts
  • Wide, 170-degree viewing angles and high, 500:1 contrast ratio for vivid viewing from nearly anywhere in the room
  • Onboard NTSC tuner for over-air TV reception; offers HDTV signal compatibility through component-video, DVI, or VGA inputs
  • 5 watts per channel x 2 with built-in stereo speakers and a headphone jack for private listening

7. Gateway 46" Enhanced-Definition Flat-Panel Plasma TV
list price: $3,149.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0000ZJ8P8
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Gateway
Sales Rank: 41556
Average Customer Review: 2 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Gateway's 46-inch, widescreen plasma television boasts an impressive 800:1 contrast ratio for deep, rich blacks, high 700 cd/m2 brightness for vivid colors, and plenty of audio/video inputs and outputs for other home-entertainment gear. There's even an RGB PC input with PC PIP (picture-in-picture) so you can view your computer images in larger-than-life lushness.

The Benefits of Enhanced TV
Standard TVs (SDTVs) display a maximum of 480 lines using the interlaced scan method, which creates a picture with alternating lines of information.
Enhanced-definition TVs (EDTVs) display a maximum of 480 lines using the progressive-scan method, which creates an image using consecutive lines of information for a crisp, flicker-free picture.
Gateway's plasma TVs are astonishingly thin.
This is an EDTV (enhanced-definition) TV, so it's capable of displaying progressive-scan 480p signals in their native resolution. A built-in digital scaling engine accepts various computer and HDTV signals, then digitally maps them to fit the screen's 852 x 480 pixels. Compatible signals include computer display resolutions up to 1,280 x 1,024 and all HDTV signals, including 720p and 1080i.

Progressive scanning, referred to as 480p and 720p for the number of horizontal lines that compose the video image, creates a picture using twice the scan lines of conventional interlaced pictures, giving you higher resolution and sharper images while eliminating nearly all motion artifacts.

A plasma screen consists of two thin sheets of glass containing tiny, gas-filled cells. Electronic current stimulates the cells to produce light and color, creating bright, steady, vivid pictures. You also get extremely wide viewing angles (160 degrees with this set), and easy placement due to the TV's slim profile--this Gateway set is a mere 3.7 inches deep, perfect for desk or wall mounting (a table stand is optional, and the set is compatible with most mounting hardware). Brightness tends to be extremely uniform across plasma screens, which are also impervious to the picture distortion and negative color balances that afflict CRT monitors when placed near lighting or sound systems.

Gateway even offers advanced digital image processing, which converts all interlaced (composite-video, S-video) signals to progressive-scanned images for bright, flicker-free viewing. A built-in digital visual interface (DVI) jack eliminates the need for analog-to-digital conversion between your DTV set-top box or computer.

The set also performs 3:2 pulldown. DVD mastering introduces a common distortion when adjusting 24-frames-per-second movies to 30 fps video; 3:2 pulldown digitally corrects this distortion, removing the redundant information to display a film-frame-accurate picture.

PC PIP (picture-in-picture) gives you the option of using your PC and watching one input source (including broadcast TV) simultaneously. A choice of digital zoom modes lets you fill the screen to eliminate letterbox bars on 4:3 (or other) aspect-ratio content, and picture freeze ensures you don't miss any details.

Audio options abound: there's a stereo RCA output with internally selectable fixed or variable level, a pair of built-in 2-watts-per-channel speakers, plus left/right 10-watts-per-channel amplified speaker outputs in case you want to use the set with an external pair of speakers. You can use a feature called WOW sound maximizer to tailor the timbre to your taste, and a circuit from SRS Labs simulates surround sound from any two speakers.

With its versatile power supply (AC 100 to 240V, 50 or 60 Hz, 5 Amps) and multilingual menu (English, French, and Japanese), the 46-inch set is equally at home in many countries, and a BNC-tipped composite-video output provides additional hookup flexibility (with, for instance, a PVR or VCR).

What's in the Box
TV, remote control, remote batteries, AC power cord, user's manual, remote control manual, and warranty/registration information. ... Read more

Features

  • 46-inch EDTV widescreen plasma TV with 852 x 480 native pixel resolution; 44.8 x 28.4 x 3.9 inches (W x H x D)
  • 1080i, 720p, and 480p video compatibility; built-in image scaler accommodates PC resolutions up to 1,280 x 1,024 pixels
  • DVI, component-video, S-video, composite-video, and PC RGB inputs
  • Built-in speakers and 2-watts-per-channel stereo audio power, plus 10 wpc power for use with optional external speakers
  • Wall or table positioning; includes universal remote control

Reviews (1)

2-0 out of 5 stars Gateway 46" Plasma Review
I have had the television for 2 weeks and i am now returning it due to the poor picture quality. Contrast is not good on DVDs, i even tried S-Vid and Component but both did not change the problems.I used Schindler's List, Lord Of The Rings, and Finding Nemo to try and calibrate the color and contrast.
The opening menu for Schindler's list looked horrible in contrast. You could clearly see three different shades of black and white, which should have blended together. In LOTR during the council of elrond the picture was either too grainy or fleshtone colors on the characters faces were too bright. Finally on Finding Nemo the television had problems finding a medium between making the bright colors too brite or too bland, again no easy medium.
The television would also not turn on if i did not turn it off from the rear power switch each time. And after playing Splinter Cell Pandora Tomorrow for all of 30 minutes there was already burn in on the lower right of the screen.

I got the television for 3000, it might be cheaper than an HDTV but in my opinion its not worth it. ... Read more


8. Gateway 42" Enhanced-Definition Flat-Panel Plasma TV
list price: $3,299.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0000ZJ8OE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Gateway
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Features

  • 42-inch EDTV widescreen plasma TV with 852 x 480 native pixel resolution; 40.9 x 27.2 x 3.7 inches (W x H x D) without stand
  • 1080i, 720p, and 480p video compatibility; built-in image scaler accommodates PC resolutions up to 1,280 x 1,024 pixels
  • DVI, component-video, S-video, composite-video, and PC RGB inputs; high 1,000:1 contrast ratio and 1,000 cd/m2 brightness
  • Built-in speakers and 5-watts-per-channel stereo audio power, BBE Sound maximizer enhances soundtracks
  • Wall or table positioning; includes table stand and universal remote control

9. Gateway 42" Ultrabright EDTV Flat-Panel Plasma TV
list price: $3,149.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0001CVBV4
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Gateway
Sales Rank: 19370
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Amazon.com Product Description

If it's super-bright, high-contrast images you're after, you've arrived at the right television. The vivid realism for which plasma flat-panel sets are known gets a strong boost from Gateway's 42-inch, widescreen set, which boasts a high, 600:1 contrast ratio for rich, fathomless blacks alongside an impressive 570 cd/m2 brightness. You'll also get plenty of audio/video inputs and outputs for your other home-entertainment gear, including an RGB PC input and output.

The Benefits of Enhanced TV
Standard TVs (SDTVs) display a maximum of 480 lines using the interlaced scan method, which creates a picture with alternating lines of information.
Enhanced-definition TVs (EDTVs) display a maximum of 480 lines using the progressive-scan method, which creates an image using consecutive lines of information for a crisp, flicker-free picture.
Gateway's plasma TVs are astonishingly thin.
This is an EDTV (enhanced-definition) TV, so it's capable of displaying progressive-scan 480p signals in their native resolution. A built-in digital scaling engine accepts various computer and HDTV signals, then digitally maps them to fit the screen's 852 x 480 pixels. Compatible signals include computer display resolutions up to 1,280 x 1,024 and all HDTV signals, including 720p and 1080i.

Progressive scanning, referred to as 480p and 720p for the number of horizontal lines that compose the video image, creates a picture using twice the scan lines of a conventional interlaced pictures, giving you higher resolution and sharper images while eliminating nearly all motion artifacts.

A plasma screen consists of two thin sheets of glass containing tiny, gas-filled cells. Electronic current stimulates the cells to produce light and color, creating bright, steady, vivid pictures. You also get extremely wide viewing angles (160 degrees with this set) and easy placement due to the TV's slim profile--this Gateway set is a mere 3.7 inches deep, perfect for desk or wall mounting (a table stand is supplied, and the set is compatible with most mounting hardware). Brightness tends to be extremely uniform across plasma screens, which are also impervious to the picture distortion and negative color balances that afflict CRT monitors when placed near lighting or sound systems.

Picture-in-picture (PIP) allows you to watch two programs simultaneously with four selectable window positions. Picture-on-picture (POP) lets you watch two programs side by side. PIP/POP is available when your video source is set to anything other than RGB, DVI, or HD sources (component-video sources higher than 480i resolution). For example, you can watch two analog TV programs simultaneously by using the built-in TV tuner and an external tuner such as the one inside your DVR or VCR. You can also watch analog TV and a DVD movie at the same time.

A choice of digital zoom modes lets you fill the screen to eliminate letterbox bars on 4:3 (or other) aspect-ratio content, and a built-in digital visual interface (DVI) input jack eliminates the need for analog-to-digital conversion between your DTV set-top box or computer.

Audio options abound: there's a stereo RCA output with internally selectable fixed or variable level, a pair of built-in 5-watts-per-channel speakers, plus BBE Sound maximizer to tailor the timbre to your taste. For spacious surround sound, a circuit from SRS Labs simulates surround from any two speakers, while a monaural RCA output lets you use an optional subwoofer to enhance the low-frequency response of your listening system.

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What's in the Box
TV, table stand, remote control, remote batteries, AC power cord, user's manual, and warranty/registration information. ... Read more

Features

  • 42-inch EDTV widescreen plasma TV with 852 x 480 native pixel resolution; 40.9 x 27.2 x 3.7 inches (W x H x D) without stand
  • 1080i, 720p, and 480p video compatibility; built-in image scaler accommodates PC resolutions up to 1,280 x 1,024 pixels
  • DVI, component-video, S-video, composite-video, and PC RGB inputs; high 600:1 contrast ratio and 570 cd/m2 brightness
  • Built-in speakers and 5-watts-per-channel stereo audio power; BBE Sound maximizer enhances soundtracks
  • Wall or table positioning; includes table stand and universal remote control

10. Gateway 18" LCD Flat Panel TV
list price: $799.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0001CVBQO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Gateway
Sales Rank: 49217
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

This stylish 18-inch LCD television does double duty as a high-definition computer monitor. Now you can keep an eye on the news or a sports game while you type e-mail or manage your finances. The Gateway 18-inch flat-panel TV offers a bright, sharp picture and a host of inputs for everything from DVD players to VCRs and camcorders, as well as a DTV-compatible RGB (15-pin D-Sub) input capable of accepting full high-definition video signals (480p, 720p, 1080i).Kitchens, bedrooms, offices, or dormitories will be equally well served by the set. Its onboard NTSC tuner grants immediate over-air reception, and an included table stand simplifies desk- or table-top positioning.

LCDs are more power-efficient than either CRTs or plasma screens. While they may not be as bright, overall, as plasmas, they get more wallet-friendly every month. You'll see none of the irritating scan lines or flickering that's visible on CRT sets or monitors, and you can forget about both ghosting and image burn-in, no matter how many hours a week you spend parked in front of your favorite video game.

Conveniences include auto channel programming, V-Chip parental controls, a power-saving sleep timer, and wide viewing angles well suited to desk use (160 degrees horizontal, 110 degrees vertical). The set offers bass, treble, and balance controls for audio adjustments, and its stereo speakers are powered by 3 watts per channel.

What's in the Box
TV, table stand, remote control, remote battery, RF coaxial video cable,stereo analog audio/composite-video interconnect, AC power cord, TV antenna, user's manual, and warranty/registration information. ... Read more

Features

  • 18-inch LCD TV with standard 4:3 aspect ratio; 21.26 x 16.18 x 9.37 inches (W x H x D) with stand
  • 1,024 x 768 pixel resolution
  • Built-in NTSC tuner for immediate over-air TV reception
  • Component-, composite-, and S-video inputs; HDTV signal compatibility through RGB/PC input
  • 3 watts per channel x 2 with built-in stereo speakers

Reviews (1)

3-0 out of 5 stars Gateway's LCD
Here im going to give you the pros and cons on the Gateway 18" LCD Flat Panel TV (which is an subpar LCD TV)

Pros
- nice silver finnish
- pretty nice sound for size
- component input
- s-video

Cons
- why is this not 16:9
-its a Freaken GATEWAY people
- no HDsupport
- sort of blocky picture
- reds are alittle to deep

overall i give this LCD a 7.9 for good, perfect for a teen's room but i suggest going to www.dell.com to purchase there 17" 16:9 LCD which has HD support and the picture is of better quality. ... Read more


11. Gateway 42" HD-Ready Flat-Panel Plasma TV
list price: $4,499.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0000ZJ8OY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Gateway
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Amazon.com Product Description

Gateway's 42-inch, HD-ready widescreen television displays full-blown high-definition resolution from DTV receivers and both PC and Macintosh computers. Feed it 480i, 480p, 540p, 625i, 625p, 1080i, 720p, or 1080p--in addition to NTSC or PAL signals--and you'll be staring at a huge, detailed, and incredibly vivid image. You'll also get plenty of audio/video inputs and outputs for your other home-entertainment gear, including an RGB PC input so you can view your computer images in larger-than-life lushness.

The Benefits of HDTV
Standard TVs (SDTVs) display a maximum of 480 lines using the interlaced scan method, which creates a picture with alternating lines of information.
Enhanced-definition TVs (EDTVs) display a maximum of 480 lines using the progressive-scan method, which creates an image using consecutive lines of information for a crisp, flicker-free picture.
High-definition TVs (HDTVs) display a maximum of either 1,080 interlaced lines or 720 progressively scanned lines for the sharpest possible image.
Gateway's plasma TVs are astonishingly thin.
Progressive scanning, referred to as 480p and 720p for the number of horizontal lines that compose the video image, creates a picture using twice the scan lines of conventional interlaced pictures (resolutions ending in "i"), giving you higher resolution and sharper images while eliminating nearly all motion artifacts.

A plasma screen consists of two thin sheets of glass containing tiny, gas-filled cells. Electronic current stimulates the cells to produce light and color, creating bright, steady, vivid pictures. You also get extremely wide viewing angles (160 degrees with this set), and easy placement due to the TV's slim profile--this Gateway set is a mere 3.7 inches deep, perfect for desk or wall mounting (a table stand is supplied, and the set is compatible with most mounting hardware). Brightness tends to be extremely uniform across plasma screens, which are also impervious to the picture distortion and negative color balances that afflict CRT monitors when placed near lighting or sound systems.

This set offers an astounding 1,000:1 contrast ratio for rich, fathomless blacks alongside an astronomical 1,000 cd/m2 brightness for colors that jump right off the screen. A built-in digital visual interface (DVI) input jack eliminates the need for analog-to-digital conversion between your DTV set-top box or computer.

PIP (picture-in-picture) gives you the option of watching TV and one analog, standard-definition input source simultaneously, with the additional choice of watching in split-screen mode or window-in-window. A choice of digital zoom modes lets you fill the screen to eliminate letterbox bars on 4:3 (or other) aspect-ratio content, and picture freeze ensures you don't miss any details.

Audio options abound: there's a stereo RCA output with internally selectable fixed or variable level, a pair of built-in 5-watts-per-channel speakers, plus bass, treble, balance, and BBE Sound maximizer to tailor the timbre to your taste. A dedicated monaural RCA jack facilitates hookup with a powered subwoofer to round out the low end of your listening system. Even with a subwoofer, a switchable bass-extension circuit reinforces low frequencies through the variable-level RCA outputs if you're listening through an integrated amplifier or surround receiver and an external pair of speakers.

With its versatile power supply (AC 100 to 120V or 200 to 230V, 50 or 60 Hz) and multilingual menu (English, French, and Spanish), the 42-inch set is equally at home in many countries, and an RGB PC video output provides additional hookup flexibility.

What's in the Box
TV, TV tuner module, table stand, remote control, remote batteries, user's manual, remote control manual, power cord, and warranty/registration information. ... Read more

Features

  • 42-inch high-definition widescreen plasma TV with 1,024 x 1,024 native pixel resolution; 40.9 x 27.2 x 3.7 inches (W x H x D) without stand
  • 1080i, 1080p, 720p, and 480p video compatibility; PC and Macintosh compatible
  • DVI, component-video, S-video, composite-video, and PC RGB inputs; high 1,000:1 contrast ratio and 1,000 cd/m2 brightness
  • Built-in speakers and 5-watts-per-channel stereo audio power, BBE Sound maximizer enhances soundtracks
  • Wall or table positioning; includes table stand and universal remote control

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