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Gateway introduced its first-quarter eMachines desktop computer lineup, all of which feature Microsoft Windows Vista.
The three-unit line ranges in price from $349 to $529, after $50 mail-in rebate, and are available now at retail.
Gateway has introduced a range of new desktop PCs for retail and direct customers.
For retail customers, the manufacturer said it has increased the performance of its value-based FX desktop and refreshed its GT Series of desktops. Newly available to direct customers is a refreshed and expanded selection of the company's multimedia DX line and new FX models.
Intel has introduced a new desktop processor, the Core i7, the first member of a new family of processor designs codenamed Nehalem that Intel said it is building to "boost performance on demand and maximize data throughput."
As Patrick Gelsinger, senior VP and general manager of Intel's digital enterprise group said in a release, the new chip is designed to meet the increased demands of consumers who use their PCs for video, gaming and music.