Reviews and Problems with Acer Aspire Timeline 1810-series
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Battery performance 10
Gaming performance 5
Review Acer Aspire Timeline 1810TZ Subnotebook
28 October 2009
Conclusion: If you’re looking for something small and light , but think a netbook would be a little too small , the Aspire Timeline 1810TZ is a good choice . From its compact and smart design with three choices of colour, to its excellent keyboard , good, high-resolution screen and HDMI port , to its exceptionally long battery life , the laptop represents mobility at its best .
Pros: Extremely long battery life, Pleasant keyboard, Smart design, Good screen..., That the laptop lives up to the promises Acer makes in its marketing.
Cons: ...which unfortunately is also reflective, Tendency to overheat when the processor is overworked, Poorly positioned speakers, Takes a long time to recharge
Summary: In the $599 Aspire 1810T, Acer has found a platform where Intel’s ULV processor makes the most sense. In an 11.6-inch system, it provides a marked improvement over Atom chips without sacrificing endurance. However, in choosing between this system and an Ion-powered netbook like the HP Mini 311, you’ll have to decide what’s more important: graphics power, or CPU and battery performance.
Excerpt: There was a time when small ultra-portable notebooks were almost inspirational products because of their high price, thankfully this isn’t the case any more and the popularity of netbooks proves there is a need for small, highly-portable notebooks. The problem with netbooks is the performance, what’s needed is something with the size and battery life of a netbook and the performance akin that of a notebook at a sensible price.
Summary: The Acer Aspire Timeline 1810T is pretty much perfect for anyone who wants the portability of a netbook with the usability of a larger laptop. Its 11.6-inch display is easy on the eye, its keyboard facilitates quick, accurate data input, and it's small and light enough to fit unobtrusively into your ladybag
Pros: Comfortable keyboard, HDMI video output, Quicker than a netbook
Cons: Battery life isn't as impressive as that of the best netbooks, Mediocre graphics performance
Excerpt: We've heard nothing but good things about Acer's Aspire 1810T recently, but is this tiny CULV laptop really as good as it appears? First off, it's affordable, with a price that's in-keeping with the current crop of high-end netbooks.
Análisis del Subportátil Acer Aspire Timeline 1810TZ
25 July 2012
Conclusion: Si usted está en busca de algo pequeño y ligero , pero cree que un netbook sería demasiado pequeño , el Aspire Timeline 1810TZ es una buena opción . Desde su diseño inteligente y compacto con tres opciones de color, hasta su excelente teclado, óptima pantalla de alta resolución con puerto HDMI , y hasta la excepcional duración de batería , el portátil representa movilidad al máximo .
Análise do Subportátil Acer Aspire Timeline 1810TZ
25 July 2012
Conclusion: Se você estiver procurando algo pequeno e leve, mas acha que um netbook seria pequeno demais, o Aspire Timeline 1810TZ é uma boa opção. Desde o seu design inteligente e compacto com três opções de cor, até seu excelente teclado, ótima tela de alta resolução com porta HDMI, e até a excepcional duração da bateria, o portátil representa mobilidade ao máximo.