Excellent performance, Dual hard disks: 64GB SSD and 1TB storage drive.
Attractive acrylic-trimmed, LED-lit body, Gorgeous 23-inch capacitive touch screen, Fun suite of pre-installed touch applications and toys, Superb desktop and gaming performance, Excellent sound for size, Competitive pricing
Touch screen works great. Quad-core power in an all-in-one desktop. Wireless keyboard and mouse. Both 64GB SSD and 1TB SATA hard drive.
Handsome case design; kicks-off the new generation of Windows 7-based all-in-one PCs with fast performance; decent mainstream gaming capability; solid-state hard drive speeds OS and application loading.
Surprisingly powerful components; great graphics speed for an all-in-one; includes solid-state drive for OS/apps, plus 1TB drive for media
Strong Performance, Solid State Drive Adds Extra Storage Performance, Well Priced
Display has noticeable backlight glow, Lacks Bluray
Laughably cheap mouse and keyboard, Fan noise can become annoying, Touch remains a novelty
No Blu-ray option. System is sealed (no upgrades). Only 60-day Norton Internet Security trial. TV Tuner uses adapter. The 64GB C: drive's a little small for a lot of apps. Bloatware.
Occasionally unresponsive touch input; lacking higher-end multimedia features like Blu-ray and wall mounting; TV tuners are lame.
No Blu-ray drive; bland design versus other top-tier all-in-ones; remote requires external receiver
Really Could Use Bluray And External HDMI Input, Touchscreen Display Has Input Lag, Lots of Trialware
By PCWorld on January 25, 2010
Gateway's 23-inch all-in-one has the best performance this side of Apple's iMacs, and has the multi-touch display and TV Tuner that they lack....70
By InfoWorld on January 09, 2010
That said, there's not much we'd change about the inside of this PC. Gateway's ZX6810-01 is an absolute killer in both general and gaming performance--the latter being quite rare in the all-in-one category. A...70
By Digital Trends on December 09, 2009
As an all-in-one PC, the One ZX hits a home run with an attractive design, potent hardware and a price that's downright...80
By PC Mag on October 07, 2009
The Gateway One ZX6810-01 all in one desktop PC shows that the touchscreen interface is maturing nicely with Windows...80
By cnet on October 06, 2009
The Gateway One ZX6810-01 makes a strong first impression for Windows 7-based all-in-ones PCs, with fast performance and an attractive case design. Its touch input and accompanying applications fall flat, but there's enough respectable computer here...73
By Computer Shopper on October 01, 2009
Space-strapped gamers, take note: This touch-screen PC lacks the design of Apple's iMac or Lenovos IdeaCentre A600, but it's the most powerful all-in-one desktop weve seen....84
By About.com on January 01, 2006
Pros: Strong Performance, Solid State Drive Adds Extra Storage Performance, Well Priced
Cons: Really Could Use Bluray And External HDMI Input, Touchscreen Display Has Input Lag, Lots of Trialware80