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Acer Aspire Timeline 4810TZ

Acer Aspire 4810TZ offers more than 8 hours battery life (All Day Computing), Acer Aspire 4810TZ is ultra-light weight and sophisticated design, all at the right price. The Acer Aspire 4810TZ is an Acer Timeline. With the Aspire Timeline series, Acer has taken a big, if not the biggest step forward in the concept of mobility, an area where finding the perfect equilibrium between light weight and autonomy has always been the number one priority. The Aspire Timeline series was conceived around the duration of the battery and introduces an entirely new way to render the system lighter, more efficient and less harmful to the environment. From now on you can turn on your Aspire Timeline in the morning and turn it off in the evening without ever having to charge it! Light as your time can be!

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#1
I have owned one since last Xmas - the mouse button are rubbish and the battery lasts okayish but no where near 8 hours.
#2
the aspire 1810tz is good apparently
#3
Vista.....
#4
1.89kg so super-light. And its easy enough to upgrade to win 7 when you get it!
#5
£299 here for an A1 grade model - http://www.acerdirect.co.uk/GRADE_A1_-_Acer_Aspire_Timeline_4810T_Laptop_A1-LX.PBA0X.206/version.asp?refsource=adfroogle

Though personally id rather pay the extra £20 and get the new one
banned#6
sabz786
the aspire 1810tz is good apparently

Using one now - have had it a couple of months and its fantastic - really light (1.4kg I think), thin and keyboard is a great size. Only thing is battery life tends to be around 5 & 1/2 hours but thats with wifi on and screen brightness full so probably could manage 8 without.

As for the 4810T I can't comment but if it's anything like the 1810TZ (which looking at the spec it is) it should be fairly good.
#7
I have one too, do you find it feels you can easily damage the keys because of the chiclet keyboard?

JustifiedAncient
sabz786
the aspire 1810tz is good apparently

Using one now - have had it a couple of months and its fantastic - really light (1.4kg I think), thin and keyboard is a great size. Only thing is battery life tends to be around 5 & 1/2 hours but thats with wifi on and screen brightness full so probably could manage 8 without.

As for the 4810T I can't comment but if it's anything like the 1810TZ (which looking at the spec it is) it should be fairly good.
banned#8
sabz786
I have one too, do you find it feels you can easily damage the keys because of the chiclet keyboard?

I've read reviews where people have felt the keys are too shallow but personally I think its the best keyboard I have ever used (did take a little while to get used to though) - my old NC10 had two keys litterally fall off after about a years use!
#9
I have the NC10 at the moment and thats feels solid compared to Acer. I do like the acer keyboard and yes takes a bit of getting used to. I've already had the keyboard replaced under warranty once.

JustifiedAncient
sabz786
I have one too, do you find it feels you can easily damage the keys because of the chiclet keyboard?

I've read reviews where people have felt the keys are too shallow but personally I think its the best keyboard I have ever used (did take a little while to get used to though) - my old NC10 had two keys litterally fall off after about a years use!
#10
Small screen, old OS, average processor, poor graphics.
#11
NykDigital
Small screen, old OS, average processor, poor graphics.

To be fair I think you have completely missed the point of machines of this type.

Edited By: Plum on Sep 04, 2010 10:05: 1
#12
HELLO !

I am a poor student and I am looking for a good quality laptop for around £350.
I need a good battery life, and HDMI output.

Is this a good laptop? Or can I find a better/faster one for few more pounds?


My friend has a compaq with vista on it, I hate working on that OS.
How much for windows 7 upgrade for this laptop?
Can I instal ubuntu OS on it, will the warranty be still valid?
#13
If you can stretch a bit would really recommend the acer 1810tz
#14
Juice
HELLO ! I am a poor student and I am looking for a good quality laptop for around £350. I need a good battery life, and HDMI output. Is this a good laptop? Or can I find a better/faster one for few more pounds? My friend has a compaq with vista on it, I hate working on that OS. How much for windows 7 upgrade for this laptop? Can I instal ubuntu OS on it, will the warranty be still valid?

I would not go for this size screen unless portability is your priority. You can get more laptop for your money if you go with a standard 15.6 inch screen.

Not sure how much you will pay for a 1810tz?

I am working with and ASUS UL30A (deal from cpw) at the moment and find it's size and battery life meet my needs perfectly. However I am looking for something of similar size but with a dvd drive for another member of the household and came across this in my search. I hate Vista myself, but still thought it looked a good price.
#15
Screens in ASUS UL30A and 1810tz are too small and I need a DVD drive build in.

Even 14" screen may be too small. From the other hand 15.6" is kinda big. I like my old 15.4" best :)
I think its either gonna be 4810T or 5810T (15.6"). I am going to Comet or PC world tomorrow to have a look at 14" screen laptops.
banned#16
To be honest I think the 1810TZ has been phased out - can't seem to find it in stock in many places (I got mine from OYYY for a cheaper price than they currently have listed and all out of stock).

Screen size is a funny old thing - I personally find 12" or so the perfect size, yet I know loads of people for whom bigger is better. I have also realised how infrequently I used a DVD drive - if I ever do I just hook up the Xbox HD drive which works a treat (so long as you dont need a RW).

I guess that's why there are so many different spec laptops out there!
#17
Argos Ebay outlet sells 5810T for £345. Gread deal for someone who wants 15.6 screen; as it comes 4GB ram and 320GB HDD, only for £25 more. .

I have been to shops yesterday. They had both 4810T and 5810T in PC Wrold.
I think 14" will suit me better. However it runs on Intel Core2 Solo (SU3500 1.4GHz) processor.
Duo models cost about £500.

There is also Acer TravelMate 8471; another lapto with 14 inch screen and 8 hours battery life.
Runs on Intel Core2 Duo (SU9400 1.4GHz), has 4GB of ram and 320GB HDD only for £399
I was about to oreder one when I found out that it doesnt have a HDMI output :/

It seams like I will be getting 4810T. Its solo procesor wont play HD 720 or 1080 content :(
Looks like I will be making the switch to full HD in late 2013 :(
#18
Juice
Argos Ebay outlet sells 5810T for £345. Gread deal for someone who wants 15.6 screen; as it comes 4GB ram and 320GB HDD, only for £25 more. . I have been to shops yesterday. They had both 4810T and 5810T in PC Wrold.I think 14" will suit me better. However it runs on Intel Core2 Solo (SU3500 1.4GHz) processor. Duo models cost about £500. There is also Acer TravelMate 8471; another lapto with 14 inch screen and 8 hours battery life.Runs on Intel Core2 Duo (SU9400 1.4GHz), has 4GB of ram and 320GB HDD only for £399I was about to oreder one when I found out that it doesnt have a HDMI output :/ It seams like I will be getting 4810T. Its solo procesor wont play HD 720 or 1080 content :( Looks like I will be making the switch to full HD in late 2013 :(

Thanks for the info juice.

I have to say this search is making my asus ul30 cpw deal look better and better. the A8471 would have been a contender if not for the hdmi.:(
#19
I was going that Asus UL30, but I thought I'll wait till I really need it. they can be even cheaper :)
How many hours do you get out of your battery?
#20
Juice
I was going that Asus UL30, but I thought I'll wait till I really need it. they can be even cheaper :)How many hours do you get out of your battery?

When I first got it it and was measuring the timing I was clocking up an easy 8 hours (could push above this around 10 if I remember rightly using power saver setting). However even using performance setting I am getting two or three days of medium to heavy use with it unplugged. Does take a while to fully charge.

I readl lots of complaints about the pad and I do find it somewhat jumpy. However I love the two finger scroll feature and always trying to do it on other laptops when I forget.
#21
What feature is that?

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