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Acer TimelineX AS5830TG-640 Review

Acer TimelineX AS5830TG-640 Review

With great power comes great responsibility, and also - if you're talking about Intel's 2011 Sandy Bridge processor line-up, at least - generally sizable pricing. Acer is looking to change that with the new Aspire TimelineX AS5830TG-6402, a lengthy name for a 15.6-inch Core i5 notebook that ticks all the spec boxes for a high-speed desktop replacement only with a bargain $799.99 price tag. Too good to be true or the best deal around? Check out the full SlashGear review after the cut.

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Acer TimelineX notebooks updated with Core i3/i5

Acer TimelineX notebooks updated with Core i3/i5

Acer has refreshed its TimelineX series of thin-and-light notebooks, with the new range packing Intel Core i3 or i5 processors and starting from $599.99 in stores today.  Four sizes are on offer, from the 11.6-inch Aspire Timeline 1830T, through the 13.3-inch 3820T and 14-inch 4820T, and finishing up with the 15.6-inch 5820T.

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Acer TimelineX 1830T, 3820T, 4820T and 5820T priced

Acer TimelineX 1830T, 3820T, 4820T and 5820T priced

Acer's TimelineX range of notebooks may have had a patchy launch, but the company - or at least their German arm - has finally followed up with some hard release details and pricing.  The 13.3-inch Acer Aspire TimelineX 1830T will land in early June for €549 ($731), while the 13.3-inch 3820T will be €699 ($931), and both the 14-inch 4820T and the 15.6-inch 5820T will start from €749 ($997).

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Acer TimelineX 3820T, 4820T and 5820T get quietly official [Update: they've been pulled]

Acer TimelineX 3820T, 4820T and 5820T get quietly official [Update: they've been pulled]

Someone at Acer US should check their calendar, because while the company's TimelineX notebooks aren't expected to make their official debut until March 22nd, they've already shown up on the company's site.  As expected, along with the 11.6-inch TimelineX 1830T from yesterday, there's also a 13.3-inch TimelineX 3820T, 14-inch TimelineX 4820T and a 15.6-inch TimelineX 5820T.

Update: Looks like whoever is responsible for the site has spotted the error - the new machines have been taken down.

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Acer Aspire TimelineX 1830T Review

Acer Aspire TimelineX 1830T Review

There was a time when an ultraportable notebook would invariably cost well in excess of $1,000 and offer performance suited to little more than emailing. Now Acer's Aspire TimelineX AS1830T-68U118 drops onto the scene, a sub-$900 11.6-inch ultraportable packing an Intel Core i7 processor and a claimed battery life of up to eight hours. Too good to be true? Check out the full SlashGear review after the cut.

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Acer Aspire TimelineX Calpella notebooks debut March 22nd

Acer Aspire TimelineX Calpella notebooks debut March 22nd

Remember yesterday's Acer Aspire TimelineX 1830T leak, the first of the company's so-called Calpella series using Intel Core i3 and Core i5 processors we've been hearing about lately?  According to DigiTimes' sources, we shouldn't have to wait too long to find out about its siblings; the rest of the TimelineX line is expected to get official on March 22nd, with 13, 14 and 15-inch models.

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Acer Aspire TimelineX 1830T with Core i5-520UM breaks cover

Acer Aspire TimelineX 1830T with Core i5-520UM breaks cover

Details of Acer's first Calpella-based ultraportable have emerged, ahead of the notebook's expected announcement in the last week of this month.  The 11-inch Acer Aspire TimelineX 1830T eschews the CULV CPUs of its predecessors and instead reaches for Intel's Core i5-520UM, with a basic clock speed of 1.06GHz but the potential for 1.86GHz with Turbo Boost.  Meanwhile battery life is rated at up to 8hrs.

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Acer, ASUS & Lenovo Sandy Bridge ultraportables to borrow MacBook Air display design?

Acer, ASUS & Lenovo Sandy Bridge ultraportables to borrow MacBook Air display design?

Acer, ASUS and Lenovo are apparently planning to take a leaf out of Apple's book with the construction of their new Intel Sandy Bridge based ultraportable laptops, with ultra-slim form factors and, in particular, slender screen lids being cribbed from the MacBook Air. Scheduled for release at the end of Q1 2011, the 13.3- to 14-inch notebooks will apparently borrow Apple's display panel construction method which has resulted in screens 3-5mm thinner than previously common.

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