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Acer Aspire Timeline 3810T Notebook Review
26 October 2009
Excerpt: Thin and lights have always been a great choice for the road-warrior, weighing in around three to four pounds, but most of them have had their flaws such as a reduced keyboard or small display. Acer recently introduced the new Timeline series of notebooks, ranging in size from 11- to 15-inch models. How do they perform? We’ll give you the low-down on one of the models after the break.
Pros: Thin and light enclosure., Long battery life., Decent performance for its class.
Cons: Bluetooth is not standard., Trackpad button is stiff.
Conclusion: The Acer Aspire Timeline 3810T was certainly an impressive notebook. It’s lightweight yet feature-rich, offers decent computing power (Core 2 Duo processor, 2GB DDR3 RAM) and a long lasting battery life. On the down side, the slim nature of the 3810T meant it had to sacrifice the inclusion of an optical drive while the buttons for the touchpad seems requires some improvement. RRP for the Acer Aspire Timeline 3810T Notebook is RM 3,299 at the time of this article.
Summary: The Acer Aspire Timeline 3810T is a handsome-looking portable masquerading as something more powerful than it truly is - and that could be a bit of a problem for this slightly oversized netbook. The large, comfortable keys and the 13.3in screen could lull you into thinking that this portable is mighty. It is, by netbook standards - but that's about it. That said, the Timeline is a pretty solid deal, and a decent-looking machine.
Conclusion: The Acer Aspire Timeline 3810T-354G32N is basically a very well-constructed notebook . The design knows how to please, the workmanship is very good, the keyboard and the touchpad are pleasant at use. Additionally, the notebook is light , very quiet in all conditions and the temperature always stays in a cool field.
Pros: Smashing workmanship, Chic design, Good keyboard, Very quiet, Pleasantly cool, Light, Enormous battery life, The excellent battery life. It doesn't matter if it's WLAN surfing or watching a movie, the 3810T lasts a surprisingly long time. Due to its light weight, it also advances to an almost ideal mobile chaperone.
Cons: No drive, Strongly reflective display, Keyboard susceptible to dirt, Poor performance, Mediocre Sound, Insufficient display stability, Bad operating system selection, A DVD drive would have been very possible at a size of 13.3 inches.
Summary: As long as you don’t need an optical drive, we highly recommend the Timeline 3810T. In an increasingly crowded 13-inch notebook category, the Acer Aspire Timeline 3810T stands out, thanks to the combination of its low $899 price tag and astounding eight-plus hours of battery life. Consumers should also consider the $799 MSI X340, which doesn't perform as well, but is less expensive and has a longer battery life.
Pros: divdivThin lightweight design, Extra-long battery life, Fast hard drive, Excellent HD webcam, Strong wireless range, divdiv
Cons: divdivLacks optical drive, Stiff touch button, Speakers not very loud, divdiv
Excerpt: The Acer Aspire 3810T, aka the Acer Timeline, has two things going for it: this model is one of the first laptops out the gate to use an Intel CULV processor (in this case, the 1.4GHz U9400). The 3810T also has a sharp style that's sure to grab attention.