The Gateway LT41P is a 10 inch laptop with a touchscreen display, an Intel Celeron Bay Trail processor, and Windows 8 software. List prices start at $330, but TigerDirect has had an entry-level model available for a few weeks for just $280.

That makes the LT41P one of the most inexpensive 10 inch touchscreen notebooks around.

Gateway LT41p

For that price you get a little laptop with a 1.46 GHz Intel Celeron N2805 dual-core processor, a 10.1 inch, 1366 x 768 pixel touchscreen display, 2GB of RAM, and a 320GB hard drive.

The notebook runs Windows 8 32-bit software, comes with Microsoft Office 2013 Home & Student, and measures 10.1″ x 7.2″ x 1.3″ and weighs 2.4 pounds.

The base model has a 28Whr battery which should provide up to 5 hours of battery life. There’s also a model with a larger 56Whr battery which should be good for up to 10 hours — but which brings the laptop’s weight up to 2.7 pounds.

According to the Gateway website, there are 5 different versions of the laptop — but 4 of them seem to be identical. The stand-out is the Gateway LT41P09u, which has the larger battery and sells for $350.

The Gateway LT41p first showed up in Europe in October, where it’s also sold under the Packard Bell brand. Gateway and Packard Bell are both subsidiaries of Acer.



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7 replies on “Gateway launches LT41P 10 inch touchscreen notebook lineup”

  1. I think that is a really great price for that computer. It will definitely be one of the computer that I will consider when replacing my current one.

  2. I don’t understand why they did not make it detachable like ASUS T100?
    Bay trail works with out fan and gives good battery life then why not make it a tablet with keyboard dock?

    That is why T100 is selling well. If Gateway can undercut T100 it will sell better than all of their other laptops.

  3. Take an ASUS T100, bump it up to 13″ with a full size keyboard, add a larger touchpad, a full-size HDMI port and another usb port or two to the base and a microSD slot and another 2 GIG of RAM to the tablet and charge $500-550 and I would buy that thing all day long. To me, the T100 is 2-3 rather minor compromises away from being the PERFECT device for me. I have a wad of cash I am dying to spend on the right 2-in-1, but no one wants to built that winning device for some reason. Maybe soon.

    1. Doesn’t this pretty much describe the HP Pavilion 13z-p100 x2 PC? Last I looked on sale for $549.00.

  4. Can’t wait for 4+ GB of RAM Bay Trail M “premium” 10″ netbooks next year. Hopefully, Intel comes out with some quad cores that support AES-NI.

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