Acer Brings Out TimelineX With Sandy Bridge  

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Acer America today rolled out an update to its Timeline notebook series it calls the TimelineX, which packs Intel's Sandy Bridge family of CPUs. Available in three sizes – the 13.3-inch 3830T, 14-inch 4830T and 15.6-inch 5830T – the designs measure about an inch thick, making them decent PC portables, at least until the Ultrabooks arrive.

Acer says that its PowerSmart Technology provides extra long battery uptime of up to nine hours on models with integrated graphics and up to eight hours for models with discrete graphics, as well as a long battery lifecycle of up to four years.

The TimelineX also have High-Definition audio support with Dolby Home Theater v4 Audio as well as HDMI 1080p output, so customers can use a convenient single cable connection to deliver HD video and audio to an external source. In addition, the notebooks have a USB 3.0 port for fast transfers. Plus, the port can charge USB devices even when the notebook is turned off.

For discrete graphics, 16:9 1366x768 resolution screen is driven by integrated Nvidia GeForce GT 540M or Nvidia 520M graphics with Optimus technology. Additional models feature only the built-in Intel HD Graphics.

The Acer Aspire TimelineX 3830T thin and light notebook has a 13.1-inch display, weighs only 4.12 pounds and measures only 0.87-1.15 inches thin. It hits its dimensions, however, without and optical drive.

Both the Acer TimelineX 4830T (14-inch screen, 4.88 pounds) and Acer Aspire Timeline X 5830T (15.6-inch screen, 5.6 pounds) come with integrated DVD drives and feature a dedicated numeric keypad

Asus EEE 1001PXD-BLK062S Netbook  

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Details for the Asus EEE Netbook

The feature packed Asus EEE, featuring built in wireless networking. Get your work done fast using the 1.66GHz CPU Intel© Atom Processor processor (CPU)See it all on the bright 10.1 inch Displaywith a 1024 x 600, WSVGA resolution.

With a 250 GB (Gigabytes) Hard Disk the Asus EEE has plenty of storage space for all your Digital media, documents and software.

Specification:

Operating System :Windows 7 Starter
Processor Type: Intel© Atom Processor Processor (CPU)
Processor Speed:1.66GHz CPU
Memory Size:1 GB (Gigabyte)
Hard Drive (HDD):250 GB (Gigabytes)
Card Reader:Built-in Card Reader
Display Size:10.1 inch Display
Display Resolution:1024 x 600, WSVGA
Graphics Memory:Shared Video Memory
USB Ports:2 x USB port
Web Cam :Integrated Web Camera
Wired Network:10/100 Internal LAN RJ-45 connector
Wireless:Wireless LAN 802.11bg upto 54Mbps

Details for the Acer Aspire One D255 045 Netbook  

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The feature packed Acer Aspire One D255 045, featuring built in wireless networking. Get your work done fast using the 1.66GHz CPU Intel© Atom Processor processor (CPU)See it all on the bright 10.1 inch Displaywith a 1024 x 600, WSVGA resolution.

With a 160 GB (Gigabytes) Hard Disk the Acer Aspire One D255 045 has plenty of storage space for all your Digital media, documents and software.

Specification:

Operating System: Windows 7 Starter
Processor Type: Intel© Atom Processor Processor (CPU)
Processor Cores: Single Core (1)
Processor Speed: 1.66GHz CPU
Memory Size: 1 GB (Gigabyte)
Memory Type: DDR2
Hard Drive (HDD): 160 GB (Gigabytes)
Card Reader: Built-in Card Reader
Display Size: 10.1 inch Display
Display Resolution: 1024 x 600, WSVGA
Graphics Memory: Shared Video Memory
USB Ports: 3 x USB port
Web Cam: Integrated Web Camera 0.3 MegaPixel
Wired Network: 10/100 Internal LAN RJ-45 connector
Wireless LAN: 802.11bg upto 54Mbps

Shopping for computers  

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Are you looking for a computer or maybe a laptop ? And then you want to buy a speakers, printer, keyboards and also the monitor too maybe?

It took me some time to get familiar with ShopWiki but the way that the site presented is very interesting. The site doesn’t seem like an online shop.

It looks more like a search engine for products. You get to search for a particular product, for example printers, computers, keyboards, speakers or laptops and you’ll be show a list of products with different prices and different online shop.

This is where ShopWiki helps a lot. Browsing on their Laptop and computers buying guide helps us to choose what is best and suitable for our budget. Their computer monitors buying guide gives me an idea where to shop and the price range of a good and latest monitor to replace the old one.

The site only has a simple layout. It does a good job in providing customers lot of option, suggestion and comparison. It makes it easier to search for what we want.

Tips on Increasing Laptop Battery Life  

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Battery life is one of the most important aspects people look at when buying laptop computers. The longer the battery lasts, the more work you can get done away from a power source. Therefore, it is important to take steps to reduce power consumption, and increase the overall life span of the battery.

1. Switch-off Wi-Fi and/or Bluetooth when you don't use it.

Wi-Fi and Bluetooth drain your battery power fast. When you are not connecting to a wireless network and any bluetooth device, try to switch off both to save your battery power.

2. Draw less power when using your laptop.

The more applications you run on your laptop, and the higher your power settings, the more the battery will drain during use. Running fewer programs at one time, and changing power settings, such as reducing the brightness of the display, will extend battery life. Running graphically intensive programs like games is especially hard on batteries, since graphics cards draw large amounts of power, and generate a lot of heat.

3. Do Away with unused peripherals.

Computer peripherals such as mice, external hard disk drives and external optical drives need electricity to run. When you are done using these equipments, unplug them from the system so they will no longer drain battery power. Laptops have a touchpad so you can actually work without a mouse.

4. Avoid extreme temperatures.

Laptop batteries are designed to function properly within a set range of temperature. Avoid using or charging your laptop in hot or cold conditions. Likewise, laptops normally run more efficiently when it is cooler. Try to keep the internal temperature down by keeping the fan free and clear for proper ventilation

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