Monday, 22 March 2010

Acer Aspire Timeline 1810TZ Special Edition Celebrates the Olympics Aspire Timeline 1810TZ Olympic Edition Laptop Available from Amazon

The 2010 Winter Olympics are getting closer and closer, so why not get
ourselves in the mood for some winter sports with special edition
devices. Like the Acer Aspire Timeline 1810TZ in the picture here which
is already available to pre-order from Amazon.The 11.6-inch laptop will
offer you some remarkable features and specs besides the Winter Olympics
logo embedded on top of it:1.3GHz Intel Pentium Dual-Core SU4100
Processor 3072MB DDR2 667MHz RAM 320GB SATA hard drive 8x DVD-Super
multi double-layer drive 11.6-inch HD widescreen CineCrystal LED-backlit
Display Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 802.11n Wi-Fi support Windows 7
Home Premium Over 8 hours battery life HDMI connectivity Size: 8.03 x
11.2 x 1.18 inches Weight: 3.08 pounds
As you can easily see, the Acer Aspire Timeline 1810TZ Olympic Edition
laptop / netbook is similar to the regular 1810TZ model. The only extra
features that make it special are those silver lid and palmrest both
displaying the Olympic logo.
You ll have plenty of time to decide whether to buy the 1810TZ Olympic
Edition as the 21st Winter Olympic games will start only on February 12,
2010 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
The Acer Aspire Timeline 1810TZ Olympic Edition will cost you just
$579.99 should you decide to go ahead and pre-order it from Amazon. And
if you do love the Olympic Games in general, and you could use a new
laptop / netbook in your life then maybe this 1810TZ version is exactly
what the doctor ordered.
The special edition laptop is slightly more expensive than the regular
version. The 1810TZ can be purchased anywhere from $400 to $450 so
technically, if you want a cheap laptop you should stay away of the
special edition version.
Unfortunately for you the regular black and blue versions of the 1810TZ
are currently out of stock at Amazon so you will either have to wait a
while until you get them or check with other online retailers for those
particular models.
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