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You won't find much room for growth inside the DX4840-15's standard Gateway chassis, either. The midsize-tower case is fairly small, which limits your ability to swap in new components--and the untidy wiring job doesn't help. The motherboard offers one free PCIe x1 slot and one free PCIe x8 slot. You have enough space to replace the graphics card with something a bit more substantial; but if you attempt to do so, you'll also need to contend with the 300W power supply.

The chassis provides an open 5.25-inch drive bay and a pair of hard-drive bays for future expansion. The hard drives face outward, which would make accessing them rather simple--were everything not locked down by screws. Tool-free cases, however, are generally reserved for boutique vendors and for models higher up the desktop totem pole (particularly in the performance category), so that isn't too much of a disappointment.

Although the internal expansion options are lacking, Gateway has arranged a fair assortment of connectors around the DX4840-15. The front lip of the case has a pair of USB ports, along with a multiformat card reader, mouse and headphone jacks, and a shortcut button to Gateway's Photo Frame software (more on that in a bit). A bucket is available on the top of the case for resting your gadgets; it offers another pair of USB ports, too. The machine also sports a DVD burner.

On the rear are six more USB ports (for a total of ten). You'll also find PS/2 serial keyboard and mouse connectors, and a gigabit ethernet port; the graphics card, meanwhile, has DVI, HDMI, and VGA connectors. The machine also offers 802.11n Wi-Fi, courtesy of a PCIe card. The antenna's connectors are in an awkward spot: just below the graphics card, impeded by any monitor cables you'll attach. As a result, the antenna needs to poke out to the side of the system, as opposed to pointing straight up. It's just a quirk of the slot placement on the motherboard, though, and it won't affect functionality.

You don't get much in the way of printed documentation; once you've fired the machine up, however, Gateway's InfoCentre offers everything you'd find in a manual. The utility also handles software updates and presents tutorials and quick-start guides for using the PC. If you insert a memory card into the multiformat reader, pressing the Photo Frame button pulls up an image viewer for organizing and browsing your files.

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