Thin and Light TimelineX Notebook PC Series by Acer

TimelineXAcer America is bringing a new level of performance to its award-winning thin and light timeline series notebooks with the launch of the Aspire TimelineX family. This new product line will deliver extreme battery life performance and mobility to the Timeline Series. The TimelineX Series are avaialble today in the United States starting at $599.99.

The Aspire TimelineX notebooks are ideals for students and professionals on the go, thanks to its extreme PC portability, designed to deliver up to eight hours of battery life, achieved with the combination of the latest Core processing technology by Intel and advanced power management and LED backlit displays.

The new Aspire TimelineX Series includes 11.6 inch Aspire Timeline 1830T, 13.3 inch 3820T, 14 inch 4820T, and the 15.6 inch 5820T – housed in premium and black brushed aluminium with sleek and thin design with lightweight ranging from 3 to 5.5 pounds.

The TimelineX Series offer Intel Core i3 or Core i5 full-voltage processors with ample 3GB or 4GB of memory; 320GB or 500GB hard drive; and/or ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5650 Graphics Card for realistic gaming and video with full DirectX 11 support. The entire line of the TimelineX Notebooks will come with Windows 7 Home Premium for maximum productivity.

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