PC Manufacturers Embrace 64-Bit Vista

Thanks to Neowin member, UAC for this submission.

Cybernet writes: "We knew it would come sooner or later, and from the looks of it widespread 64-bit computing might be on the horizon. Just yesterday we posted the results of our poll asking whether you're running a 64-bit operating system, and only about a quarter of you are. That could be changing as more PC manufacturers start to push 64-bit machines.

TG Daily noticed that Gateway had started to ship consumer PC's that are running a 64-bit version of Windows Vista Home Premium. They dubbed Gateway the "first large PC vendor" to make this move, but after looking around I noticed that others are doing the same thing. HP is offering a 64-bit Vista option on many of their laptops and desktops, and some are as low as $449... nearly half the price of Gateway's cheapest 64-bit computer. A little more digging revealed that some ASUS notebooks are also shipping with a 64-bit version of Vista."

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