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Gateway XHD3000 LCD Monitor

alaTest has collected and analyzed 121 reviews of Gateway XHD3000 LCD Monitor. The average rating for this product is 2.7/5, compared to an average rating of 4.3/5 for other Monitors for all reviews. People are impressed by the color and durability. The design and size are also mentioned favorably, but the tuner and energy efficiency get negative views.

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usability, price, reliability, energy, tuner

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Monitors the Gateway XHD3000 LCD Monitor is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 88/100 = Very good quality.

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 66 user reviews of Gateway XHD3000 LCD Monitor from The average user rating for this product is 1.5/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.2/5 for other Monitors on People really like the sound and design, but the remote control and energy efficiency get negative views. Reviews about the size and price are mixed.

image quality, design, sound

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11% of the reviews on give this product a positive rating.

This summary is based on the products: Gateway XHD3000 30" Widescreen HD LCD MonitorGateway XHD3000 30" Widescreen HD LCD Monitor

Apr, 2017

Expert review by: Katherine Stevenson (

Gateway XHD3000


When we reviewed 30-inch desktop LCD monitors from Dell, HP, and Samsung back in May 2007, we were left saddened by the large-screen state of affairs. These monstrous widescreens offering unparalleled 2560x1600 resolution seemed like the perfect fit...

Nice, big picture; inputs aplenty; highly versatile

Big investment; big power brick; gaming can be slow at native res

You’d think that with all the extras it offers, the XHD3000 would be more expensive than the competition. In fact, at $1,700 it’s priced lower than 30-inch models from Samsung, HP, and Apple and is only slightly more expensive than Dell’s 30-inch. If...

Oct, 2007

Editor's Choice

Expert review by: Eric Franklin (

Gateway XHD3000 Monitor (30-inch) review


A 30-inch LCD from any of the handful of vendors that sell such a monitor--Apple, Dell, HP, Gateway, and Samsung--will set you back some. The Gateway XHD3000 is one of the more expensive models in this class of LCD, with a list price $1,699. It can be...

A truckload of connections and extras; impressive performance in sharpness and color tests; sharp picture quality with DVD and Blu-ray playback.

Built-in sound gets distorted at high volumes; its look is somewhat clunky with the speaker bar attached; a tad expensive.

Although it costs more than competing 30-inch LCDs, the Gateway XHD3000 goes a long way toward justifying its high price with a long list of features and outstanding performance.

May, 2008

Expert review by: Laura Blackwell (

XHD3000 30" LCD Display


This wide-screen monitor packs in more inputs, more screen controls, and more extras.

Lets you adjust many settings, Can connect to an older PC

Lacks a TV tuner

With solid image quality and features unprecedented in a 30-inch wide-screen monitor, the Gateway XHD3000 will make anybody--especially the competition--sit up and take notice

Oct, 2007

Expert review by: Loyd Case (

Gateway XHD3000 Extreme Display


It's a common complaint: hundreds of channels to choose from, and there's still never anything on TV. And the recent Writers' Guild strike has only made matters worse, cutting the TV season short and yielding endless repeats and reality shows. Even if...

Good picture quality. HQV processor offers excellent flexibility and scaling. High resolution. Flexible controls and PiP

Pricey. Other 30-inch displays offer wider color gamut. Minor backlight non-uniformity

Gateway's XHD3000 lets you connect a variety of devices, and does an excellent job displaying them at almost any resolution. It also offers one of the most flexible picture-in-picture features we've seen to date.

Oct, 2007

Expert review by: Laura Blackwell (

XHD3000 30-inch Extreme HD LCD


Most 30-inch wide-screen monitors are finicky, inflexible beasts with few benefits beyond their high resolution and billboard-like size. Gateway's XHD3000 30-inch Extreme HD LCD bucks the trend, delivering excellent image quality along with lots of...

Lets you adjust many settings Can connect to an older PC

Lacks a TV tuner

With solid image quality and features unprecedented in a 30-inch wide-screen monitor, the Gateway XHD3000 will make anybody--especially the competition--sit up and take notice

Oct, 2007

Expert review by: Terrence Russell (

Review: Gateway XHD3000


When we heard awhile back that Gateway was cooking up an “extreme HD” display, we had a skeptical chuckle — what is this, a Mountain...

The ultimate choice for high-end performance. Variety of input options: HDMI, component and composite video, S-video, DVI and VGA. Self-powered, six-port USB hub built in. Advanced PIP lets you control window size, location on screen and transparency

Outlandish price tag. 6-millisecond response time is slow for such an advanced display. Color washes out in direct sunlight. Single HDMI and component inputs stunt the monitor’s potential

Oct, 2007

Expert review by: Clint DeBoer (

Gateway XHD3000 30-inch LCD Display Review


Gateway's new XHD3000 30-inch LCD display combines the power of an ultra high-resolution PC monitor (2650 x 1600) with an HQV Realta-equipped display that can handle anything from that new HD-DVD player or your HD satellite system. Gateway has taken...

Cool capacitance touch controls ; Highest resolution PC monitor available ; HQV Realta processing ; Component supports 1080p

Poor black levels (no backlight adjustment) ; Auto-input mode gets fooled by hibernation ; PIP only works with dual-link DVI-D ; Mediocre remote ; Most picture controls disabled for DVI-D

Dec, 2007

Expert review by: (

Gateway XHD3000


With its sleek, elegant design the Gateway XHD3000 computer monitor, will look gorgeous sitting on the user's desk. With its slim 3.5-inch dept and 12.34 pounds, it will fit nicely on any desk. If you spend a lot of time on the computer then the...

1600p ExtremeHD™2560x1600 resolution6ms response timeHD picture-in-pictureIntegrated audio

The Gateway XHD3000 computer monitor offers users a 30-inch extreme TFT

May, 2008

Expert review by: Chris Chiarella (

Gateway XHD3000


Don't panic: Gateway's impressive 1600p LCD doesn't want to make 1080p obsolete. It loves all your current high-def (and standard-def) sources as much as you do. Maybe more.

While 1600p is not expected to emerge as a new standard for broadcasts, packaged media or other video sources, none of those are really necessary, given the XHD3000's versatile, masterful upconversion. Whether or not you need this much display today,...

May, 2008

TECHGAGE - Editor's Choice

Expert review by: Rob Williams (

Gateway XHD3000 30-inch Wide-Screen


Gateway, not content to let Dell and others hog the limelight in the display market, have recently launched their XHD3000 monitor. It offers a wide-range of connectivity options along with bright picture and an incredible upscaler. When said and done,...

Great image, even better resolution ; Bright 400 cd/m2 panel ; Silicon Optix Realta HQV upscaler chip is brilliant ; DVI, VGA, Component, Composite, HDMI... it's all here ; Included remote control is helpful ; Included soundbar is a worthy addition ;...

Brightness lowers when in non-native resolution ; Cannot be heightened or lowered ; On-Screen-Display is robust, but sometimes clunky ; Linux support is lacking, but should be fixed with a firmware update

For movies, I used the Playstation 3's built-in Blu-ray player and used both Casino Royale and Die Hard: Live Free or Die Hard. Though very difficult to tell in the photos, the upscaler again performed well here and delivered crisp video with great...

Mar, 2008

Product Specifications

Go beyond High Definition. With the power of the HQV by Teranex video processor, the Gateway XHD3000 automatically displays video at an amazing 1600p. You'll be seeing over 97% more pixels for front-row action, advanced games and enjoying the latest DVDs in home theater-quality, crystal clear HD. Enter a new level of hi-fi audio with the DXP speaker system featuring incredibly rich 3D sound using 8-high powered, low-profile transducers. Take your pixels to the nth degree with 2560 x 1600 resolution and watch streaming video in a PIP window - resize the PIP window up to full HD-resolution or move and adjust the color and transparency. The XHD3000 supports up to 6 simultaneous video inputs with support for computers, gaming consoles, digital cameras, cable boxes and more. View and edit your digital memories at over 4-megapixels resolution for the ultimate detail and quality. With the universal remote control, adjust settings and switch video inputs from the comfort of your seat. Connect directly to the 30" display with the 6 integrated USB ports and reduce clutter with simple connections to mice, keyboards, printers, backup hard drives, USB drives and more.