Reviews and Problems with Acer Aspire Timeline Ultra M3-series
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Battery performance 9
Gaming performance 7
Review Acer Aspire M3-481 Ultrabook
14 March 2013
Summary: Stylish marathon runner. Acer has an ultra-thin 14-inch notebook with a Core i5 ULV chip on offer with the M3-481. The Computer is available from just 480 Euros (~$622) without operating system, and also looks nice.
Pros: Very good battery life, Cheap price, Good running performance, Runs almost silently, Low Volume, Good quality built, Extremely good battery life, good performance, and the appealing case.
Cons: Low-contrast screen, No openings for maintenance
Summary: Evolutionary. Acer takes a new approach to the familiar Ultrabook: a laptop with a touchscreen, optical drive and gaming-ready GPU. How will their "all-around device" fare in our tests?
Pros: Long battery life, High program performance, Fast graphics card, Optical drive, Touchscreen, Looking for a gaming-ready Ultrabook? Few competitors offer higher performance than the Acer Aspire M3.
Cons: Single USB 3.0, Disappointing TN panel, High temperature emissions at full load, Constantly running cooler fan, Workmanship flaws on our test model, A better display, clean workmanship, reliable input devices – for 1,000 Euros it is hard not to expect more.
Summary: In case of the Acer Aspire M3 Touch ultrabook, we recommend that unless touch is an absolute necessity for you, you should choose one of the more conventional ultrabooks around the Rs. 60,000 mark, which will offer better overall performance.
Summary: Mobile computing discovers in the Acer Aspire Timeline Ultra M3-581TG a good ally. This laptop is portable, thin and it has a good performance. Its graphics card in particular is great. From rumors, the device will have a price of £600.
Acer Aspire TimelineU M3: Life on the Kepler Verge
16 August 2012
Conclusion: With the Acer Aspire TimelineU M3, we're really talking about and reviewing two different products: the ultrabook itself and the shiny new NVIDIA GeForce GT 640M. There's a certain poetry to the feeling that these two products are both worthy of the same conclusion: excellent on their own, but both...
Acer Aspire Timeline Ultra M3 Review – The First True Ultrabook?
14 May 2012
Excerpt: Acer’s new Aspire Timeline Ultra M3 is the first ultrabook to hit the US with discrete graphics on board. Acer and NVIDIA tout it as the first “true ultrabook” thanks to the power under the hood. But with a 15.6-inch display, will most consumers really place it in that category?
Pros: Speedy, Great graphics performance, Slim and lightweight for a 15-inch machine, Long battery life
Cons: Sub-par touchpad, Display resolution only 1366 x 768, Ports in an awkward place
Acer Aspire Timeline Ultra M3 Review: First Impressions
20 April 2012
Excerpt: The Acer Aspire Timeline Ultra M3 has the distinction of having the longest laptop name ever and of being the first ultrabook to come to market with discrete graphics. Okay, maybe the name isn’t the longest ever, but the discrete graphics thing is no joke.
Summary: Kepler's Debut. "Ultrabook XL" is one way of describing the Acer Aspire Timeline Ultra M3 as the notebook doesn't exactly check in gracefully in its 15-inch case. However, with the new GeForce GT 640M graphics card, Acer offers a worthwhile treat that promises gaming on the go.
Pros: Very good graphics performance, Fast SSD and thus very good application performance, Good battery life thanks to Optimus, The graphics performance of the GeForce GT 640M.
Cons: Poor display, Touchpad without dedicated buttons, Hot under load, Normal, dedicated touchpad buttons! Forever!
Acer Aspire Timeline Ultra M3 - Finding the Right Balance
23 March 2012
Excerpt: Building a good notebook is a delicate balancing act between price, build quality and performance. The Acer Aspire Timeline Ultra M3 with a new GeForce GT 640M GPU comes pretty close to finding the right balance. Find out if this multimedia machine meets your needs.
Pros: Thin and light, Fantastic battery life, Solid Build, Attractive street price
Cons: Made mostly from plastic, Very low resolution screen