Acer is the official sponsor of the Winter Olympics in Vancouver. Among the devices that Acer provides for the management of the Olympic Games there is also the subject of this review: the Acer Aspire 4810T Timeline Olympic Edition.
Acer Aspire Timeline 4810T is available with a brilliant 13.3, 14 and 15.6 inches. The model we reviewed, is a 14-inch HD technology with Acer Cine Crystal LCD, LED. Resolution 1366 x 768. A Display of the latest generation with remarkable energy saving features. We remember especially those who work long hours at the computer, the LED technology as well as consume less energy than normal monitor is less painful to the eyes. The viewing angle is around 145 degrees. The computer screen has good contrast, which results in a bright color, deep. The Aspire Timeline 4810T does not mind the home-entertainment display a unique combination of graphics card Intel GMA 4500m.
At the top stands the Acer logo accompanied by that of the Olympic Games. The chassis is strong enough, even at the top, enough to not yield to gentle pressure with your hand. Even the palm rest areas do not yield to pressure, despite being a fairly thin notebook. The closure of the notebook is perfect.
Aspire Timeline 4810TZ-413g25Mn mounts an Intel Pentium SU4100 1.3-GHz, 800 MHz FSB. The computer comes with 3GB of DDR3 RAM (more 'than enough to run the operating system Windows 7 beautifully), upgradeable to 8 GB using two modules SODIMM (for 64-bit OS). The operating system is Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit. Graphics Card Intel GMA 4500m DVMT up to 1308 MT. A 250-GB hard disk. DVD Super Multi DL. This notebook is a truly efficient, while still providing good performance in the placement of mid-range.