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Alternative to the UL30A from Carphone for those that want DVD drive. Its Vista making it cheap, but not bad if you have access to W7.

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!

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)
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#1
http://www.saveonlaptops.co.uk/system/productimage.aspx?id=356634&quality=75&maxwidth=280&maxheight=280http://www.saveonlaptops.co.uk/system/productimage.aspx?id=356388&width=500&quality=75
#2
This seems a good deal except for having
Windows Vista. Windows 7 has been out
long enough for Vista to be consigned to
the recycle bin.
#3
gluke21
This seems a good deal except for having
Windows Vista. Windows 7 has been out
long enough for Vista to be consigned to
the recycle bin.


Oh I fully agree, but most people can 'get hold' of Windows7:thumbsup:
#4
Would a single core cpu not be a bit slow compared to even the celeron dual core?

HDMI connector but not HDMI output.
#5
pet2000
Would a single core cpu not be a bit slow compared to even the celeron dual core?

yeah you're right, got to: http://www.notebookcheck.net/Mobile-Processors-Benchmarklist.2436.0.html

based on ten benchmarks for 3dmark 2006 this gets 649, a celeron dual core t3000 which is one of the worst gets 1600
#6
pet2000
HDMI connector but not HDMI output.

it does have hdmi output, what do you think the hdmi connector is for?
#7
Stonking price if battery life is important.
#8
Crackin price!!!!! I paid £549.99 11 months ago in PC World. Great laptop for internet, e-mail, videos. Battery Life impressive . Definite buy at this price.
#9
I bought this from dixons for £349 a few months ago and has so far performed well. The HDMI output can only output at 720p , the processor iis definitely slow but not very slow and keeps cool. The keyboard and casing are superb and the battery does last for ages, i get anything from 5-7 hours out of one charge. My one came with Vista installed but I soon changed that to Windows 7 64 bit version.Overall i am very pleased with it.
#10
Adidas Addict
Oh I fully agree, but most people can 'get hold' of Windows7:thumbsup:


Is there a 'got hold of' version out there that is stable? Any key words to search for?
#11
i like the look. do you think it will be able to be hackintoshed?
#12
i had a efurb from currys and had to send it back as it kept freezing, it was more expensive than this one though. very nice laptop to use and the battery was great, i easuly got 6 hours of it.

might be tempted to get this now, i got a free windows 7 upgrade disk when i bought mine so would be able to upgrade it, hmmmm.

this is hot from me.
#13
don't need either this or the ul30a, but i do want them!!!
#14
scrumpypaul
don't need either this or the ul30a, but i do want them!!!


Yeah the UL30a has a lot going for it, better build quality, better battery and the dual core cpu. But I think this is a valid alternative due to the built in DVD/R.
#15
MIDURIX
it does have hdmi output, what do you think the hdmi connector is for?


HDMI but not HD resolution is what I ment.
#16
[QUOTE=jpieter;8834943.... the battery does last for ages, i get anything from 5-7 hours out of one charge...[/QUOTE]

You probably get the full 8 hrs with Windows XP 32 bit.
#17
MIDURIX
yeah you're right, got to: http://www.notebookcheck.net/Mobile-Processors-Benchmarklist.2436.0.html

based on ten benchmarks for 3dmark 2006 this gets 649, a celeron dual core t300 which is one of the worst gets 1600


No no no!! You are comparing the SU3500 to a T1600... they are completely different platforms. :whistling:

you need to compare it to the SU2300 ...

Please note the SU2300 still comes out higher than the SU3500 however the SU 3500 runs cooler adn uses less power than the SU2300 (not by much though) :thumbsup:
#18
pet2000
HDMI but not HD resolution is what I ment.


The GMA X4500MHD can display much higher than HD resolution (if you mean 1080P) via HDMI. A quick google confirms it can display 1920x1200:thumbsup:
#19
I've got the dual core one of these and it's excellent, build quality is nice too. Get anywhere between 5 and 7 hours out of the battery (Win7 x64) with browsing, visual studio, email etc.
#20
8 hours my foot, It only lasted 8h the very first time i booted it. Stripped all the rubbish that came pre-loaded and installed some useful stuff i.e. Office and the battery isn't drops to 4h even if if all you have running is IE.

Great laptop, really like it, N reception is ropey at best but that may be the walls in my house.

Otherwise can't fault it.
#21
Got this at Christmas - and absolutely LOVE IT!!! Does everything I expect from a laptop and more. Battery lasts for ages (6 - 7 hours) and it looks GREAT. Cannot recommend enough :thumbsup:
#22
Oh God, I am so tempted to buy this. I went to buy something similar last year but ended up with a 20inch HP Dragon as it was a clearance offer. I now see the error of my ways and find that it's just a bit too big.

Heat from me.
#23
Prefer the Asus for build quality and battery life.


btw - performance of these machines are pretty good despite the "low end" nature of the processors. You'd be surprised just how little CPU time is needed for most everyday tasks!
#24
leedale30
Is there a 'got hold of' version out there that is stable? Any key words to search for?


google for

"buy windows 7"

the most stable version i can recommend :thumbsup:
#25
sorry guys, not too knowledgable about laptops but a friend recommended the Asus X5DIJ Laptop

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/189888

costs a bit more but seems to have a faster speed, more ram and windows 7.
which one would be a better deal?
#26
harrysav
sorry guys, not too knowledgable about laptops but a friend recommended the Asus X5DIJ Laptop

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/189888

costs a bit more but seems to have a faster speed, more ram and windows 7.
which one would be a better deal?


Completely different type of machine, the one in this deal is a thin and light CULV, the Asus your friend reccommended is a normal laptop which means it will perform slightly better but be heavier, bigger and have poor battery life. Depends what you want really.
#27
Adidas Addict
Completely different type of machine, the one in this deal is a thin and light CULV, the Asus your friend reccommended is a normal laptop which means it will perform slightly better but be heavier, bigger and have poor battery life. Depends what you want really.


Doh! shuda guessed that. I couldnt see battery life on the other one (but now I guess its prob. 3-4 hours at best). Id prefer something with longer battery life and lighter weight. thanks for clearing that up:thumbsup:
1 Like #28
harrysav
Doh! shuda guessed that. I couldnt see battery life on the other one (but now I guess its prob. 3-4 hours at best). Id prefer something with longer battery life and lighter weight. thanks for clearing that up:thumbsup:


This is a belter @ £379:

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/692648/asus-ul80vt-14-culv-notebook-379-99
#29


its a shame theres no stock
#30
I have just put a link on to the Asus X5DIJ mentioned above. Argos are selling them off for £299.
#31
Nad_84
No no no!! You are comparing the SU3500 to a T1600... they are completely different platforms. :whistling:

you need to compare it to the SU2300 ...

Please note the SU2300 still comes out higher than the SU3500 however the SU 3500 runs cooler adn uses less power than the SU2300 (not by much though) :thumbsup:


yes yes yes! pet2000 said
Would a single core cpu not be a bit slow compared to even the celeron dual core?

so i compared it to the celeron t3000 which is in the very cheapest 15.4" laptops, i dont need to compare it to the su2300 thankyou.
#32
So is there any other better laptop available than this with the same configuration and price?
I was going to buy Compaq Mini 311c-1101SA but with £60 difference i'm gonna get:

- 3" extra screen
- dvd writer
- 2GB extra ram
- 100GB extra hdd
- on top of it with the same battery life probably even better

It's very tempting....
#33
My son has got the compaq and the acer looks far better for £60 extra.
#34
farazfastian
So is there any other better laptop available than this with the same configuration and price?
I was going to buy Compaq Mini 311c-1101SA but with £60 difference i'm gonna get:

- 3" extra screen
- dvd writer
- 2GB extra ram
- 100GB extra hdd
- on top of it with the same battery life probably even better

It's very tempting....


I just got the Toshiba Satellite T130-11J refurbished from currys.

This one has 3gb the tosh has 4gb
this one has 4500m hd the tosh has none hd 4500m (which unless you play 1080p videos makes no difference, all my videos which look brilliant on a 32" display are 650-720p and they play fine)
this one has su3500 the tosh has su4100, su3500 is a solo (too weak for me) and the su4500 is a duo
tosh has a 13.3" screen with the same res
tosh weighs a little bit less and has a longer battery life (might not in actual use tho!)
tosh has no dvd drive which is no problem for me

Tosh is £379.99 but 5% off code brings it down to £360.99, now if you send them any old broken laptop with a battery and charger you get £50 off a refurbished laptop (put an ad on gumtree and had one for free within 24hrs!) and currys pay for the postage there. So for me without much hastle it will be £310.99 (quidco 4% too make it less). Being refurbished doesn't bother me either because my friend got the same model in white and it was as new boxed with everything a new one would come with and so did mine.
#35
Acer has got much better reviews and it's processor is not duo but still better than toshibas!
#36
would it be worth it to pay a bit more (399) for this one?

Acer Aspire Timeline 4810T

* 413G25Mn
* Intel® Pentium® Dual Core SU4100 Processor
* 14" HD Screen
* Windows 7 Home Premium Edition
* 3GB RAM
* 250GB HDD
* DVD Rewriter
* Integrated Graphics
* LX.PJN02.019

It seems like an upgraded one:thinking: still cant make my mind up:oops:

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