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Gateway 14.1″ FHD Ultra Slim Notebook, Intel Core i5-1035G1, 16GB RAM, 256GB SSD, Tuned by THX™ Audio, Fingerprint Scanner, Webcam, HDMI, Cortana,…


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The 14.1-inch Gateway Ultra Slim Notebook features a 1080p screen that brings a crystal-clear picture for any and all of your tasks. The Intel Core i5 processor lets you ease through your daily tasks, paired with the Tuned by THX Audio lets you experience the theater level quality while in the convenience of your home.

Specification: Gateway 14.1″ FHD Ultra Slim Notebook, Intel Core i5-1035G1, 16GB RAM, 256GB SSD, Tuned by THX™ Audio, Fingerprint Scanner, Webcam, HDMI, Cortana,…

Processor Brand


Processor Type

Intel Core i5

Hard Drive Capacity

256 GB


GPU Company

Processor Speed

1 GHz

Manufacturer Part Number


Wireless Technology


RAM Memory

16 GB

Operating System

Windows 10



Screen Size





Fingerprint Reader

Assembled Product Dimensions L x W x H

13.10 x 8.90 x 0.80 Inches



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10 reviews for Gateway 14.1″ FHD Ultra Slim Notebook, Intel Core i5-1035G1, 16GB RAM, 256GB SSD, Tuned by THX™ Audio, Fingerprint Scanner, Webcam, HDMI, Cortana,…

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  1. lillytee

    The Gateway Ultra Slim notebook is the perfect size for college students or work life commutes. I like that it’s easy to take and carry in my bag anywhere I go.

    The screen is a reasonable size for my needs. It comes with windows Home 10 . I think that it has an excellent amount of storage space. Depending on what your doing on it , you can get up to ten hours of battery usage. Which I’m on a lot! I don’t have to charge as much as I did to my prior notebook. You can see how pretty and detailed the screen is in colors. I like that it loads up quickly. If your wondering, for that extra security, it has the ability to do your fingerprint scan. That solves others from prying into your personal info. You also have the option to do a pin instead. It’s WiFi compatible, so I’m able to bounce off others for Internet use in majority of places I go. The one I have is “rose gold“, which looks like just pink to me. It’s pretty either way, I love the color pink. It’s a nice soft color. Has a built in camera and mic. The keyboards letters and numbers have a backlight so you can see when your typing in the dark. This notebook is so simple to set up, especially with Cortana;)

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  2. WalmartCustomer

    The computer is small and better suited for a child or someone with small hands/fingers. Otherwise it’s a great, fast computer that would be super portable. Gateway got took over by Acer at one point and I saw that on some of the software I installed. I was disappointed i the set up card that came with it which was the only instruction paperwork. There was no mention of the fingerprint feature but i found it on the left top of the pad. Also the mouse taps were reversed when i first turned it on and I had to fix that.

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  3. Cynthias18

    I have only purchased HP computers in the past, so this is a great opportunity for me to compare. I am very impressed with the display screen. It is so clear even next to the window that receives the direct sunlight. It is fast to your request. The features are great, having a fingerprint lock for example. It is very light weight as a book. The camera is missing some color though. Overall, I would highly recommend this notebook to everyone who likes fast processors like me, the battery is very long lasting too. It has been on for a week now without charging. This Gateway notebook is truly faster than my 6 month old HP.

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  4. Hondomama

    I was a bit skeptical at first since we haven’t heard from Gateway in a long while (are they trying to make a comeback?), but upon first inspection, I was pleased. The laptop, while slim, was rather heavy and felt solidly built. It boasts THX sound, but I don’t hear much difference from my work laptop (not Gateway).

    The specs of this laptop intrigued me as well. It’s not high-end by any means, but I’m not a gamer so for online browsing and simple tools/utility uses, this laptop will be more than sufficient. The one thing I REALLY LIKE about this laptop is the SSD hard drive. In my opinion, these hard drives just run smoother, cooler and less likely to fail. The Pentium i5 processor was a surprise in a laptop a this price point as well.

    I’m still testing the battery (fully charged, to dead) and I’m fairly impressed, again, for this price point. My work laptop last lots longer, but cost about 4x this one, but the Gateway battery gives me about 4-5 hours doing nominal work.

    Finally, if you compare cost to the internal guts/specs of this laptop, it’s a good buy!

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  5. Mollee

    This laptop is perfect for me! It’s lightweight and fast. Easy to move around and the battery lasts up to 10hrs. I mostly use the web and watch movies with mine and the speed is fantastic! Faster than what I’m used to. I won’t go into all the specs because if you’re anything like me you’ll have no clue what it means lol. I will say that it’s simple to use and easy to figure out. The screen is a nice size and clear. The audio could be better. It works for me but if you’re picky about the speakers than it may bother you. I mean it does bother me but it’s good enough if that makes sense. I will say I have issues with the right click, it’s like I have to push it multiple times for it to work. It doesn’t always happen but often enough to bug me. The fingerprint scanner is awesome though! So much quicker to sign in! Overall I’m very happy with it and hope it will last me many years.

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  6. Chuck1252

    I’m not going to delve into specs and the like. To the contrary, I’m going to describe my testing experience with this Gateway laptop.

    It was packed well for shipping. Came out of the box without a scratch. Kudos to Gateway. Fired it up and it had about a half full charge, so I plugged it in, and achieved a full charge within a half hour. Positive point- Quick to recharge. Turned it on, did all the necessary preliminary stuff, and noticed there weren’t a lot of added apps. Positive point- Not bogged down with unwanted apps. It did come preloaded with Microsoft Office, and it incorporated my already existing account, automatically. Positive point- User friendly. Set up network easily, and checked out Edge, downloaded Chrome, and Firefox browsers flawlessly, and played a Pogo internet game. Positive point- again user friendly.

    Tested the CPU. Opened Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point, opened all 3 browsers, checked Internet speed, all at once. Positive point- This is a powerful little laptop that can take plenty of demand without skipping a beat.

    There’s nothing bad I can say about this other than the colors are just a bit flat, but not enough to hinder me from buying it.

    Bottom line. A great laptop, and coming from me, not being a fan of laptops, that’s saying a lot.

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  7. Donliechek

    This Win10 SSD Notebook has some nices features: keyboard with a good size and great feel, high resolution screen, good battery life, better than average sound, and very fast performance thanks to it’s i5 4 core 8 thread cpu and solid state storage. The unit feels solid and I think it’s one I could actually take to a Court hearing with me and it would be useful.

    The keyboard lacks a dedicated Sleep key combination, which is a minor annoyance. But the Power button works in such a way that the Sleep function can be assigned to it using Windows Power Options, without losing the Power Off function. The F-key row is also dedicated to media functions, like volume, brightness, pause/play/forward/backward, with the actual F-keys being an Fn combination.

    Win10 is the Home version. A personal machine like this might make that reasonable, but I still cry out for Pro.

    While I find battery life claims are often suspect in general, this unit gives me a good 5 hours of average use before needing a charge. The only time I ever heard its cooling fan come on is during a recharge, and it was for brief intervals.

    The body is notched slightly in front to make it easier to open the lid, but the unit is light enough that I still found it a little awkward. The battery does not appear accessable (as it is in every other notebook and laptop I have ever used). It’s difficult to be sure since the only instructions included is a 3×5 size card, single sided, that literally uses half of that to show how to plug it in and turn it on. The other half shows the external ports, features, and indicators. Navigating to the support website reveals that this Gateway model is actually a separate “licensee” of the Gateway brand (now owned by Acer). Support featued is very thin, at best, at this time. No manuals to DL.

    There are LEDs for power, caps lock, and num lock. No HD activity. Ports are USB 3.0 x2, USB 3.0 Type-C, HDMI, Audio out, and microSD (512G max). No network RJ. I used the microSD slot with a 256G flash card, and it worked like another HD.

    The unit’s touchpad includes a finger print scanner, which once configured, makes logging in almost effortless. The “Tuned by THX” audio has a good sound, but I don’t hear much difference compared to my other devices.

    This notebook has a very good all-around feel. Its size, solid feel, nice keyboard, high-res screen, very good battery life, and fast operation make it a winner. It’s easy to get used to an SSD’s speed, compared to a standard HD; you notice when you go back to another computer. Even my i7 2T HD desktop had me finger tapping where I wasn’t with this notebook’s i5 and 256G SSD. Nice sound together with the dedicated media keys make this notebook a good choice to view and play media.

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  8. CJM2

    Wow, Gateway is back at again. It’s been awhile since I’ve seen a brand new, original product from Gateway. The laptop is very slim and feels sturdy but not heavy. Great for travel or work since it’s easy to tote around. The setup is pretty interesting. Voice activated by Cortana. Setup was easy and pretty quick to do – basics like signing in and linking your Microsoft accounts. The fingerprint scan is pretty cool. Took me awhile to see where the little sensor was on the touchpad but it was easy to set it up to recognize fingerprint. And it does work to unlock the laptop more easily having to type in my password everytime. The fingerprint sensor is not glitchy or slow; it works pretty fast. The laptop is running Windows 10 and it’s pretty fast. I didn’t notice any lag or anything. I was able to set up all my usual programs and download anything else I needed. This version is best for business and school related use – not for gaming. It’s very basic and user friendly. The sound seems average to me. I didn’t notice anything special but I think it’s about the average sound quality for a laptop, which is fine for me. The webcam is also good. I was able to do several virtual meetings with no problems. Plenty of space for causal computing. A good basic laptop that would probably be a good school or work device; especially since a lot of people are working remotely right now.

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  9. steven

    I bought this for my son to attend online class for 2nd grade. We got a great deal on black friday. I thought this processor is going to be really fast, because the cpu benchmark score is twice as much as my 2014 Macbook pro. but the performance is not anywhere near my old mac. Anyway, for a second grade kid it is more than enough, i’ll say it is sufficient for daily average use, it handles fine on office/web surfing. as long as you are not doing video editing, or super large raw photoshoping. dont expect high-end performance just because of its cpu benchmark. you get what you pay for. I also bought a 15.6″ version for my sister who is in college, i think the larger screen is much easier on your eyes.

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  10. abdul

    This computer is a disappointment experience, blue screen after a few times use, tried a lot to reset, but even windows can’t be reinstalled, a total waste of money, please don’t go for cheap in electronics.

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