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Acer Timeline 4810T-353 14" Laptop (8 Hours Battery Life) £399.99 @ Dixons

£399.99 @ Dixons
Great portability, environmentally friendly and an impressive spec make the Acer Timeline 4810T-353 Laptop a great choice for your mobile lifestyle. With its lightweight, super slim design and with up…
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Great portability, environmentally friendly and an impressive spec make the Acer Timeline 4810T-353 Laptop a great choice for your mobile lifestyle. With its lightweight, super slim design and with up to 8 hours of battery you can enjoy all day computing wherever you are.

Equipped with a powerful Intel® Core 2 Solo ultra low voltage processor SU3500 and with Genuine Windows Vista (R) Home Premium operating system, the AS481OT features an impressive 3GB Memory that along with the processor delivers fast, smooth running of demanding applications, while a generous 250GB Hard Drive provides plenty of storage space for your files, media and downloads.

Weighing only 1.9kg, the 4810T-353 features Acers high-definition CineCrystal viewing from the 14 WXGA LED screen to enjoy your multimedia applications, movies and games, and you can enjoy really immersive audio from Dolby Sound Room that simulates 5.1-channel surround sound from the integrated stereo speakers.

Connectivity options include a 5 in one card reader, 3x USBs and an HDMI port. Wireless enabled, the Timeline 4810T-353 Laptop also features an integrated web cam perfect for face to face communication at home or away.

* Intel Core 2 Solo processor SU3500
* (1.4Ghz, 800Mhz, 3MB Cache)
* Genuine Windows Vista (R) Home Premium
* 3GB Memory
* 250GB Hard drive

* Up to 8 hours battery life
* Webcam
* Wireless-N connectivity
* HDMI connectivity
* Laminar Walljet cooling

plus eligible for free update for windows 7

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#1
I like this, but it seems that many do not. Is it cheaper elsewhere?
#3
I think there's some "acer haters" on here. The spec isn't that fast, but the benefits are a slim light design and long battery life. If I hadn't already ordered a netbook I'd have been tempted by this.

Main let down, intel graphics. Plus point, battery life and size, probably the smallest laptop you'll get anywhere near this price with a built-in DVD writer.

I can only find it £40 cheaper refurbed http://www.pcworld.co.uk/martprd/product/seo/302757/?camp_id=ppc_google_long_tail_refurb_laptops_acer_timeline_4810t353

This should also have a free (cost of postage) upgrade to windows 7.
#4
anewman
I think there's some "acer haters" on here. The spec isn't that fast, but the benefits are a slim light design and long battery life. If I hadn't already ordered a netbook I'd have been tempted by this.

Main let down, intel graphics. Plus point, battery life and size, probably the smallest laptop you'll get anywhere near this price with a built-in DVD writer.

I can only find it £40 cheaper refurbed http://www.pcworld.co.uk/martprd/product/seo/302757/?camp_id=ppc_google_long_tail_refurb_laptops_acer_timeline_4810t353

This should also have a free (cost of postage) upgrade to windows 7.


dixons also got the refurbd ones
#5
I do use laptops 'professionally' as a business tool, so maybe i am a bit harsh, but I would never touch another acer as they are just not up to the job (had 3, that's enough) but maybe they are ok for home use.
#6
This is the second 'timeline' I've purchased. The first one was the 11.6 inch 1810TZ which has been a great little laptop but hasn't got an optical drive so I went for this 14" one as well. They are miles apart in quality - the smaller one feels a lot more plasticky and the gloss lid is a real pain. The 1410, on the other hand has a much sturdier feel and the weight is little more than the smaller one. The keyboards on new Acers are brilliant - I do a lot of typing and both laptops are great over long periods. The only real necessity is to scrap Vista and install Windows 7 - I tried Vista initially but it was tedious, even with the bloatware removed - Win7 sings along. At £399 it's a brilliant little machine - hurry though as stocks are getting low - I had to travel 20-odd miles to collect mine last week!

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