Tuesday, 15 June 2010

Acer Aspire Timeline 1820P Officially Selling Timeline 1820P Convertible Notebook With Multi-touch Display, Priced

Announced some three months ago, we just caught wind that Acer's Aspire
Timeline 1820P tablet ultraportable has finally made it to the stores.
Coming in with a rather stylish convertible design, the convertible
notebook is actually a multi-touch capable device that features a
11.6-inch LED display (1366 x 768 resolution, 16:9) and the much needed
stylus pen, runs Windows 7 the operating system and comes bundled with
the TouchMemo software.
Similar with the Timeline 1810, except for the multitouch capabilities,
the new Acer Aspire Timeline 1820P features an Intel Core 2 Duo
processor under the hood, 8 GB of DDR3 RAM, packs a Mobile Intel GS45
Express chipset with integrated 3D graphics, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and
optional, 3G connectivity. On top of that you're also getting a battery
capable to keep the show running for 8 hours, and a HDMI port to connect
it with your HDTV or your HD monitor.
Priced at some $850 — which by the way, ain't cheap, the new Acer
Aspire Timeline 1820P should be available in Sapphire Blue, Diamond
Black and Ruby Red.
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