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  • Acer Aspire Timeline 5810T 15.6 inch Laptop, 9+ Hours Battery (Intel Core 2 Duo ULV SU9400 1.40 GHz, 4 GB RAM, 320 GB HDD, DVDSM, Vista Home Premium)
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Acer Aspire Timeline 5810T 15.6 inch Laptop, 9+ Hours Battery (Intel Core 2 Duo ULV SU9400 1.40 GHz, 4 GB RAM, 320 GB HDD, DVDSM, Vista Home Premium)

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  • Intel Core 2 Duo Processor SU9400
  • 9+ hours battery life
  • Ultra thin and light design
  • Genuine Windows Vista Home Premium
  • 4GB RAM and 320GB HDD
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Technical Details
BrandAcer
Item Weight4.1 Kg
Product Dimensions48.8 x 32.2 x 8.2 cm
Item model numberLX.PBB0X.122
SeriesAspire Timeline 5810T-944G32MN
Form FactorPortable
Screen Size15.6 inches
Processor BrandIntel
Processor TypeCore 2 Duo
Processor Speed1.4 GHz
Processor Count2
RAM Size4 GB
Hard Drive Size320 GB
Graphics Card DescriptionGMA 4500MHD
Operating SystemWindows Vista Home Premium
Average Battery Life (in hours)9 hours
Lithium Battery Energy Content23 watt_hours
Lithium Battery Packagingbatteries_packed_with_equipment
Lithium Battery Weight165 Grams
Number Of Lithium Ion Cells3
  
Additional Information
ASINB00292BG5A
Best Sellers Rank 268,045 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4.1 Kg
Date First Available7 May 2009
  
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Manufacturer's Description

The new Aspire TimeLine range of ultra portable laptops deliver an unbelievable 8 hours + battery life in a sleek thin and light design, for all day mobile computing.

Battery Life
 
8+ hours battery lifeBattery life has traditionally been one of the biggest limiters to mobile computing. With the technology in the new TimeLine series, Acer is able to achieve over 8 hours battery life from a single charge keeping you mobile and productive for the whole day.

Acer PowerSmart TechnologyDesigned from the ground up to offer all day battery life, every component in the TimeLine series was selected for its energy efficiency, making it 40% more efficient than a standard laptop. The TimeLine series also features Acer PowerSmart technology which allows the user to change the settings between full performance and a more balanced performance for improved battery life to achieve up to 40% battery life extension.

Even the power adapter has been redesigned to be as energy efficient as possible. It consumer 66% less power in sleep mode and features an automatic power function stops it taking power when the battery is full, saving energy and stopping excessive heat build up in the battery pack. The PowerSmart adapter will save enough energy in a year to power a 65W bulb for 116 days, better for your wallet and the environment.


Ultra-portable

Acer Ultra thin designThe TimeLine features an ultra thin and light design, ideal for portability. At just 1” thin, rising 5mm at its thickest, the TimeLine series fits neatly into your hand or in a bag. And at just 1.6Kg for the 13.3” Aspire 3810T, rising to 2.4Kg for the 15.6” Aspire 5810T, it is light weight for pain free all day mobility.


Wide-screen Entertainment

Acer LED HD 16:9Available in either 13.3” or 15.6” screen sizes, the displays feature LED backlighting and Acer CineCrystal™ technology for improved efficiency and superior colour performance. To ensure you get the best view when watching widescreen movies the high definition screens are in 16:9 aspect ratio, the best ratio for widescreen playback.

Mounted into the top of the screen is the Acer CrystalEye web cam, allowing you to keep in touch with friends and family face to face.


Design

Acer TimeLine chassis detailThe sleek design of the TimeLine series features a brushed aluminium cover which not only looks good but also helps to keep the weight down. On the inside, the sliver surround complements the gloss black Acer Finetip keyboard for a clean and uncluttered look.

The sides of the laptop house the external connectivity ports including an HDMi™ port, 3 USB ports, optical drive (Aspire 5810T only) and 5-in-1 card reader, allowing you to easily share information between multiple external devices.


Surround Sound Audio

Dolby Sound RoomComplementing the stunning visuals is a great audio experience. The Timeline series feature 2nd generation Dolby Sound room, deliver virtual 5.1 channel surround sound for an immersive audio experience thorugh speakers or headphones.


Multi-gesture Touch Pad

Acer multi-gesture touchpad controlTo keep you in finger tip control of your media, the touch pad features multi touch capability. By circling you finger you can move up and down a web page or document, swiping your fingers across the touch pad scrolls through multiple page or photos in an album and by doing a pinching motion you can zoom in on a photo or file and the reverse allows you to zoom out.


Laptop Comfort

Acer heat distribution technology for greater comfortTraditionally, laptops were not comfortable to use straight from the lap due to the heat build up. The TimeLine is different, by adapting the technology used to cool modern jet engines, the TimeLine redirects cooling air along the base of the laptop, making it up to 5°c cooler than a normal laptop, allowing you to use it straight from your lap.


Complete Connectivity

D150 features Wifi  802.11b/g with Acer Signal Up technologyThe TimeLine offers a choice of internet connectivity, either wired via Gigabit LAN, or wireless 802.11a/b/g/Draft-N, the latest wireless standard. To enhance the wireless signal on these laptops they include Acer SignalUp technology which uses a high performance PIFA wireless antenna and optimises the location of the antenna on the laptop to give exceptional wireless performance.


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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By semichipz on 27 Jun. 2013
I have owned and used an identical laptop for several years. While indeed the screen and battery life are impressive, there is a critical failing which deeply affects the user experience. This is that the processor is quite simply underpowered. This leads to slow loading of programs and websites, an inability to multi-task on different windows etc. My wife and children have given up on using this laptop. I try harder but on a bad day it gets quite depressing as you wait for action. One other thing - the graphics are affected when you plug or unplug the power cable, thus the screen goes blank and then refreshes whenever the power cable is removed. Another sign of a not terribly well thought through design.
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I was looking for a cheap light laptop with long battery life that was a bit better than a netbook with a slow, single-core atom processor. I got one, a retail return, for about £250. I installed Fedora v 13, for which there was ample space on the 250GB hard disk.

I agree that Windows 7 is not the most wonderful operating system on the planet, and I have no doubt that Acer technical support is not unrivalled, but, this is a standard PC. Any experienced user will find using and installing software a breeze.

The screen is large and a lot better than many. It's not very deep but fine for most applications, certainly for the word processing, web browsing, and spreadsheet editing that is the staple of use of this sort of machine. The viewing angle is fine. A rather pleasing concomitant of the long battery life is that the machine is almost silent in operation, and very cool on the lap. Of course, the battery life is not nearly as long as the manufacturer claims, in real-life use, but I think I have certainly got more than four hours out of it on occasions, which is about an order of magnitude longer than any other laptop I've used. Even after nearly a year the battery is pretty good.

This is a fully-functional PC with 4GB of RAM for the price of a chrome book. I was so pleased with mine I came to look at this page on Amazon and was moved to write this review to balance up picture.
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By Ian on 27 July 2013
My previous laptop was also an Acer. Eventually the screen became detached from the keyboard on one side and, rather foolishly, I bought another Acer (this one). After about 2 months, some of the keys stopped working reliably unless I pressed them really hard. Eventually it became so bad that I ordered a replacement keyboard. This worked perfectly...for about 3 weeks and, gradually, some of the keys are becoming unreliable. I have had to go back through this review and individually insert all the 'v' 'o' and 'r' letters that did not appear the first time I typed it. I have to insert the cursor and press the key really hard to get it to work.

Also, as semichipz confirmed in their review, when you plug in or unplug the power lead, the screen goes blank -- in some cases permanently and you have no choice other than to turn off the power and turn it back on again. And other thing, if I pick it up by the corner, the whole chassis flexes and sometimes it simply reboots itself without offering you an opportunity to save your work.

This is ABSOLUTELY the last Acer laptop I intend to own. Do not make the same mistakes as me.
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4 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Mr. P. Kelly on 8 Feb. 2010
This machine is a mix of the very good, with the very bad.
The good is the battery life: stunning. The keyboard: excellent. The size and design: very slim and elegant.
The bad is the screen: although sharp, it is overly reflective and has a very poor angle of view with the colour and contrast changing hugely with a slight change of position. The OS: it comes with Vista and a free upgrade to Windows 7. The former is a joke and the latter is truly ridiculous in terms of getting a working installation. Last but not least, the support from Acer: very possibly the worst company on the planet.
Unfortunately, trying to get either OS to work properly on any level takes forever and without the slightest help from Acer (whose staff barely understand English either written or spoken) you are likely to be left with a very expensive tray, rather than a usable laptop.
My advice is to rope in some help of a computer literate friend, buy a copy of XP at the same time and then do a hard drive format followed by a new installation of XP. This gives you a really good machine, providing you tilt the screen at just the right angle.
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