Acer Aspire Timeline 5810T-354G32Mn video review

Ardjuna Seghers



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Acer once again shows off the potential of Intel's CULV processors with its conservative-looking Aspire Timeline 5810T-354G32Mn. Some of the best battery-life we've seen on a 15.6in laptop joins superb build quality, intelligent design and good ergonomics to form a generally well-specified laptop that is only held back in intensive usage and HD entertainment by its single-core Core 2 Solo CPU. It's still a decent laptop, but if true portability is what you're after, you're better off with the 14in or 13.3in models in the Timeline range.

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July 2, 2009, 7:57 am

Will you review the 3810T? That's my max form factor.

Tim Rice

July 2, 2009, 10:51 am

Having recently been in the market for a smart but inexpensive laptop, the Timeline series really caught my eye. My impressions were mainly positive, but I eventually decided against all three because they all struggle with Vista in 'normal' spec, and:

3810T - lacked internal optical drive, which I think is a problem

4810T - the best of the range, but I wanted a 13" form factor

5810T - why bother getting this over the 4810T? For the number pad??

In case anyone cares, I went for an HP DV3, which matches 13" form factor with good spec, good value & an internal optical drive. It lacks the battery life of the Timeline series, however which is a real fillip of this range.

Daniel Gerson

July 3, 2009, 12:21 am

Page 1: Surely you mean "Were it not for this keyboard and the NON reflective screen". Otherwise how does it make sense to not require the care of a glossy screen? Am I missing something?


July 3, 2009, 2:38 pm


No, the screen IS reflective. Hence about the screen on Page 2: "Once you get past the reflections which mar the experience in bright ambient lighting".

Maybe you're getting confused with the matte screen-bezel? Unless I'm missing something :)


July 4, 2009, 3:07 am

price should be given in u.s. dollars as well as pounds,for those who don't know the exchange rate.

Ian Piper

October 5, 2009, 3:03 pm

What a load of rubbish. Broadband connection keeps dropping, programs take ages to respond. Wish I hadn't bothered


December 5, 2009, 8:20 pm

Hey i have used that and it is really good for the normal use. even the battery life is fine it works till 7 to 8 hour. you must try this lappy and i am sure you will fill great. you can find a great article at that really impress you.

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