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Wednesday, 08 April 2009 11:04

Acer launches CULV-based notebook series

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Aspire TimeLine goes thin and sexy


Acer has
unveiled its first series of Intel CULV-based notebooks, dubbed Aspire TimeLine.

The Aspire TimeLine series will be available in three sizes, 13.3-inch, 14.1-inch and 15.6-inch, and all three are just under an inch thick at the thinnest point, which makes them quite sleek machines.

The 13.3-inch 3810T measures 322 (W) x 228 (D) x 23.4/28.9 (H) mm and weighs 1.6kg with a 6-cell battery. It still ends up slightly bulkier than MSI's X340 or MacBook Air, but it's on par with Dell's Adamo.

If you need a bit more screen acreage, you can go for the 14-inch 4810T or 15.6-inch 5810T. The former measures 338.4 (W) x 240 (D) x 24/28.9 (H) mm, and it weighs just 1.9kg. Its footprint isn't much bigger than that of the 13-inch unit, although it weighs 300g more. Still, it weighs as much as an average 12-incher, and with its compact footprint it's got the best of both worlds. The 15.6-inch units measures 378 (W) x 259 (D) x 24.8/29.7 (H) mm, and weighs 2.4kg, making it the lightest 15.6-inch model on the market, at least until MSI launches its 2kg X600.

All three will be available with dual-core SU9400 or single-core SU3500 CPUs coupled with the GS45 Express Chipset with GMA X4500 integrated graphics and dual-channel DDR3 memory support.

As for storage, a wide range of hard drives is planned, ranging from 160GB to 500GB, and there's an 80GB SSD option as well. Unlike MSI's X600, Acer's 14-inch and 15.6-inch models will feature an optical drive, but the 13.3-inch model will not. Connectivity shouldn't be an issue, as you'll get n-draft wireless, Wimax, WWAN, Bluetooth and 3G, depending on the model.

And yes, the touchpad supports multi-gesture input, so you can play around with your photo albums like on a MacBook.

Unfortunately Acer did not reveal any pricing info, nor avaialability dates, but we hope to see these beauties at the end of the month.

You can check out the product page here.
Last modified on Wednesday, 08 April 2009 13:21
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