Acer Timeline 4810T 14" ULV/HDMi/LED/3GB DDR3/DVD/R for £369.69 inc P&P from SaveOnLaptops (8hr battery) - HotUKDeals
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Personally not a big fan of Acer, but this seems like a fantastic deal:

Aspire Timeline 4810T

More than 8 hours battery life (All Day Computing), ultra-light weight and sophisticated design, all at the right price. This is the Aspire 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!

Processor Intel® Core 2 (ULV SU3500, 3 MB L2 cache, 1.4GHz, 800MHz FSB)
Screen 14" (HD 1366 x 768 LED)
Operating System Windows Vista Home Premium Edition
RAM 3GB (DDR3 1066MHZ)
Hard Drive 250GB
Optical Drive DVD Rewriter (Records DVDs 8x & CDs 24x & Dual Layer Super Multi)
Graphics Integrated (Intel® GMA X4500MHD Graphics with up to 1277MB Shared Memory)
Wireless LAN Wireless (WIFI LINK A,B,G,N Includes MIMO)
Network Card 10/100/1000 Gigabit Fast Ethernet
Integrated Webcam Yes (Acer Crystal Eye Integrated 1.0Mp webcam)
Card Reader 5-in-1 card reader (SD//MS/MS-Pro/MMC/xD-Picture card)
USB Ports 3x USB 2.0 ports
Speakers Intergrated Stereo Speakers
VGA Port 1 External VGA Port
Kensington Lock Kensington lock slot
Charge Time 2.5 Hours
HDMI 1 HDMI Connector
Warranty 12 Months Acer Collect & Return
Battery Life 7-8 Hours (up to 8 hours with power management)
Weight 1-2 Kg (This Model 1.89 Kg)
OPTIONS INCLUDED Windows 7 Upgrade CD for £39 with this Laptop!
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#1
http://www.cyberindian.net/wp-content/images09/acer-aspire-timeline-4810t.jpg
#3
gluke21
This is a cracking price though you pay extra for Windows 7


I thought so, most people can 'get hold of windows 7' :thumbsup:

Not sure why the temps going down, prolly acer brand. I can understand that somewhat as my gf's acer had the hinges break. Still seems cheap enough.
#4
My wife's had an Acer laptop for years, solid and rugged but cost £900.
This is a cracking price though you pay £39 extra for Windows 7.
Gets a pretty good video review as well (See above post)
Voted hot.
Thanks for the post.
#5
HDMI port is nice to see.
#6
Revew looks good just not heard of Saveonlaptops anybody any dealings with them.
#7
Looks like a lot of laptop for the money, given the premium usually associated with lightweight 14" laptops.
#8
hot from me,great portable machine for those who need something bigger than a netbook
#9
http://www.reevoo.com/p/acer-timeline-4810t-353g25mn

Another review ...overall people seem very happy.
#10
Nice looking laptop but the processor is only a single core so performance with Vista won't be great. Worth upgrading to Windows 7.
banned#11
HOT! I'm a web designer and use it for meetings and working from home. I'm running Windows 7 with Adobe Master Collection CS4, MS Office, Spotify.. ect.
I'm quite fussy about things and I can't fault it, I paid about £600+ in august and I'd spend the same again.
#12
Would of been better if it was Dual Core. But for this price you can't really complain.
#13
There is an issue with the cpu running at 100%, supposedly fixed by updating drivers for the wlan and video and possibly updating the bios.
#14
Goofeys Girl
Revew looks good just not heard of Saveonlaptops anybody any dealings with them.

same price on simply acer...who have good seller reviews on google
http://www.simplyacer.com/Product/id/638750
#15
fantastic bit of kit at a desposable price... HEAT FROM ME.
#16
is this a single core processor?
#17
I bought this laptop from Currys a couple of months ago for £349.99 and it has been perfect. I put windows 7 on it near enough straightaway as Vista is a pile of dogs do do compared. It is not as fast as a dual core but hardly makes any difference, the inclusion of a dvd is good as is an HDMI socket, the brushed metal casing and the great keyboard along with its lightness and superb battery life (i get about 5 1/2 horus constant use out of it ) altogether it is very good and fantastic value for money.
:thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup:0
#18
nice laptop - definitely worth the money.

Heat added :)
#19
wingz
is this a single core processor?


Yes.
#20
Looks like a decent laptop for the money.
#21
great price... only if it was 2 core su4100 processor. heat added
#22
I wanted to compare the £370ish Acer Timeline CPU to the £370ish Packard Bell CPU recently posted here on HUKD and found:

Acer Timeline: Intel ULV Solo U3500

Packard Bell: Intel Core 2 Duo T6500

Acer Timeline Intel Solo U3500 = 494

Packard Bell Intel Core 2 Duo T6500 = 1432

Depending upon other factors and my guesstimate from a decade+ of PC usage, I'd say the PB should be two to three times faster for alot of functions, mostly due to CPU/RAM/GFX

The PB's has dedicated graphics on board and 4GB ram vs. 3GB of the Acer, also larger screen but same resolution and is nearly 50% heavier with inferior battery life.

Although similar price, Acer seems to be a lighter less work heavy based device where as the PB I think could actually be a desktop replacement but sacrifices weight/power efficiency for this price.
#23
Just to throw a spanner in the works (excellent deal, by the way):

From the same website, you can buy the following laptop for £429.99, and (apparently) get £50 back from Acer, making it £379.99 including P&P.

So, for an extra £10 (compared to this deal) you get a bigger screen, a 1.3GHz Core 2 Duo processor, and the following:

Acer TravelMate 8571
733G25Mn, Intel® ULV Core 2 Duo SU7300 Processor, 1.3GHz, 800MHz FSB,
15.6" HD Screen (1366x768)
Windows Vista Business + Windows XP Professional Downgrade Disc Included (hoooray !),
3GB RAM,
250GB HDD,
DVD Rewriter,
Integrated Graphics,
8+ hours battery life (apparently)
Weight: 2.2Kg
Part number: LX.TTX0Z.138

http://www.simplyacer.com/Acer_TravelMate_8571_667422.html

The £50 cashback ends on 31st March.
T&C: http://www.acercashback.com/


Damn... I want to buy a new laptop now. I've really gotta stop looking at the HotUKDeals site. Except for the offers on Wispa Gold, of course.
#24
UncleMike;8170729
Just to throw a spanner in the works (excellent deal, by the way):

From the same website, you can buy the following laptop for £429.99, and (apparently) get £50 back from Acer, making it £379.99 including P&P.

So, for an extra £10 (compared to this deal) you get a bigger screen, a 1.3GHz Core 2 Duo processor, and the following:

Acer TravelMate 8571
733G25Mn, Intel® ULV Core 2 Duo SU7300 Processor, 1.3GHz, 800MHz FSB,
15.6" HD Screen (1366x768)
Windows Vista Business + Windows XP Professional Downgrade Disc Included (hoooray !),
3GB RAM,
250GB HDD,
DVD Rewriter,
Integrated Graphics,
8+ hours battery life (apparently)
Weight: 2.2Kg
Part number: LX.TTX0Z.138

http://www.simplyacer.com/Acer_TravelMate_8571_667422.html

The £50 cashback ends on 31st March.
T&C: http://www.acercashback.com/


Damn... I want to buy a new laptop now. I've really gotta stop looking at the HotUKDeals site. Except for the offers on Wispa Gold, of course.


997 is the cpubenchmark i get for this making it twice as fast as this acer, but a third slower than the similar Packard Bell at this price.
#25
The Timeline laptops are superb. They have an alloy chassis so feel much better built than most £400 laptops. Performance worries depend what you plan on using it for. It is not good for gaming, but it is a bit more powerful than a netbook as well as being a complete system (i.e. DVD Writer, big hard disk, plenty of RAM, clear high res screen, Wireless N and Gigabit LAN). Most people mainly use the internet, office apps and maybe a little big of image editing, downloading, etc for which this is plenty powerful enough.

It is very light and has a great battery life, ideal for taking out and about. I got my GF the 15.4" version as she is going back to Uni and a little short sighted, this is perfect for her. The best way to describe one is like a budget version of the Macbook Air, completely different to the standard spec laptops people are comparing too.
#26
UncleMike
Just to throw a spanner in the works (excellent deal, by the way):
From the same website, you can buy the following laptop for £429.99, and (apparently) get £50 back from Acer, making it £379.99 including P&P.
So, for an extra £10 (compared to this deal) you get a bigger screen, a 1.3GHz Core 2 Duo processor, and the following:

Acer TravelMate 8571
733G25Mn, Intel® ULV Core 2 Duo SU7300 Processor, 1.3GHz, 800MHz FSB,
15.6" HD Screen (1366x768)
Windows Vista Business + Windows XP Professional Downgrade Disc Included (hoooray !),
3GB RAM,
250GB HDD,
DVD Rewriter,
Integrated Graphics,
8+ hours battery life (apparently)
Weight: 2.2Kg

Nice find. It also adds Bluetooth and you get XP as well as Vista which will please some. :thumbsup:
#27
http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.207-7915.aspx

How does this compare for £359 (£10 off voucher floating around + another 3% Quidco takes it to about £339)

Acer AS5532 Laptop - AMD Athlon™ 64 TF20, 3GB, 250GB, 15.6" Screen, Windows 7 Home Premium, ATI Radeon HD 3200
#28
I've got the 1.4 ghz dual core version of this (PCW sale last year, about the same price as this one) and it's excellent. Well build, looks pretty neat, plenty fast enough for most tasks (I do development and play WoW on mine) and great battery life.

I generally get around 5 hours out of the battery, but that's 100% Visual Studio work or WoW play.. lasts around 8hours ish just light use and browsing.
#29
thesnowman86;8170940
http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.207-7915.aspx

How does this compare for £359 (£10 off voucher floating around + another 3% Quidco takes it to about £339)

Acer AS5532 Laptop - AMD Athlon™ 64 TF20, 3GB, 250GB, 15.6" Screen, Windows 7 Home Premium, ATI Radeon HD 3200


According to cpubenchmark.net AMD Athlon TF-20 = 401, worse than this Acer, also considering AMD's history in mobile computing I wouldn't touch with a bargepole.

That Tesco deal having dedicated gfx gives it some brownie points and with Windows 7 bundled, but compared to this Acer Timeline and it's superior Intel CPU and battery life or the Packard Bell power house but heavier/larger/less a bettery life means it should be closer to £300 than the £359 Tesco are asking.
IMO
#30
Beepcake;8170965
I've got the 1.4 ghz dual core version of this (PCW sale last year, about the same price as this one) and it's excellent. Well build, looks pretty neat, plenty fast enough for most tasks (I do development and play WoW on mine) and great battery life.

I generally get around 5 hours out of the battery, but that's 100% Visual Studio work or WoW play.. lasts around 8hours ish just light use and browsing.


This is where I am on a precipice, do I get the PB heavier powerhouse, or the lighter Acer Timeline lol
#31
Not being dual core is a shame, these days you need a dual core. Im sure you can get Win7 running on this but thats about it, after that it will struggle. Users on notebookreviews website are saing theres no point this having an HDMI socket because it struggles to play HD movies!

I would spend another £100 and get the dual core version, world of difference there
#32
You can still buy this as a refurbished laptop from Currys ( mine was so called refurbished but it was brand new) for £349.99
http://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/acer-aspire-timeline-4810t-353g-refurbished-laptop-03173971-pdt.html
typing on it now, the hdmi seems ok for watching DVDS , but sometimes it is a bit slower.
#33
Bought this laptop 3 months ago for 479 from Currys. It is a great laptop the battery life is amazing got upgrade win 7 for 15 pounds through acer website. I can only recommend and confirm this is hot. At this price it is a bargain
#34
jpieter
You can still buy this as a refurbished laptop from Currys ( mine was so called refurbished but it was brand new) for £349.99
http://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/acer-aspire-timeline-4810t-353g-refurbished-laptop-03173971-pdt.html
typing on it now, the hdmi seems ok for watching DVDS , but sometimes it is a bit slower.


i got this deal too, had nothing but problems with it. only used for browsing and office documents but keeps freezing, curry's finally agreed to take it back today so will be getting a replacement, hopefully one that works fine as the laptop itself is really nice and light and is just what i want/need.
#35
slightly better spec Aspire 5810T £399 at Argos worth looking at if you must have asap
#36
jimmyblue
slightly better spec Aspire 5810T £399 at Argos worth looking at if you must have asap


Ooops, Argos has increased this one's price to £549.99...
#37
Anyone received theirs yet?
A
#38
elrasho
Not being dual core is a shame, these days you need a dual core. Im sure you can get Win7 running on this but thats about it, after that it will struggle. Users on notebookreviews website are saing theres no point this having an HDMI socket because it struggles to play HD movies!

I would spend another £100 and get the dual core version, world of difference there


Where do you get the extra version for only £100 more?
#39
loulouben
Bought this laptop 3 months ago for 479 from Currys. It is a great laptop the battery life is amazing got upgrade win 7 for 15 pounds through acer website. I can only recommend and confirm this is hot. At this price it is a bargain


Where did you get the upgrade from I've searches the acer site but cant find an uipgrade??

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