Reviews and Problems with Acer Aspire Timeline Ultra M3-series
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Value for money 10
Ease of use 8
19 November 2013
Summary: This computer fills a need I had. Did not want to go to a Windows 8 computer due to a lot of legacy programs so I felt I needed a Windows 7 machine which I was thankful to find on Walmart at a decent price point.
Summary: I ordered this laptop on the 21st December knowing that it wouldn't arrive until the 28th December. It was actually delivered on the 23rd just in time for Christmas! Great fast delivery. The laptop is well made, super fast, and windows 8 takes minutes to get used to. The laptop has played every game, modern and old, that I have thrown at it so far which is great!
Summary: I have all i wanted, it is very excellent, soft keyboard, dust hardly lay in between keyboard's buttons but it makes a bit noise and the power button is not rightly positioned, it is position too close beneath the mouse pad, and almost all time i may want to type or hold my system from the mouse pad and switch the system to sleep unknowingly, but i enjoy the system
Summary: Arrived promptly. Haven't tested everything on it yet, but it seems to work fine. Not as fast as I had hoped but still quite fast. Window index shows a score of only 5.5, I was hoping for higher. This score is due to the graphics card, Nvidia Geforce 730m, I thought it would score better. You cant seem to access the ssd for storage, it must be reserved for system files and performance.
Summary: Had this for a year now and am quite satisfied with the epic performance regarding gaming and 2D/3D creativity. Keyboard feels really bad though (gaming fine, typing not), and adding to that I have a few keys refusing to respond and a malfunctioning battery meaning no portability. All of which makes you really want to consider getting a good warranty for this.
Pros: Light, powerful all-round
Cons: Things you don't normally expect to go wrong
Summary: Touch screen amazing, nicely spaced keyboard. Downsides: Virtually all the ports, such as power cable, USB, HDMI and headphones are all located at the back of the laptop! The speakers are located under the front of the laptop so are partially covered when the laptop is on your lap (on a table is fine!
Summary: So I chose the i5 version only barely over the Lenovo Z500 touch and afer 1 week I am happy about the decision. The battery life was really the deciding factor. This laptop is a jack of all trades, with a very good touchscreen, powerful graphics chip which plays the most current games (Aug 13), dvd writer and small ssd drive.
Summary: A decent laptop if you are looking for something that just squeezes into the 'ultrabook' dimensions/weight criteria, has a decent enough processor, a dedicated graphics card and a relatively good battery life (for light use). The price was also a very reasonable £580 ish and I think that (at the time of purchase) you'd be doing well to easily find a better deal.