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Acer Aspire 1410 and 1810 Timeline 11.6" Thread

Discussion in 'Acer' started by ohiomoto, Oct 9, 2009.

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Battery life with "normal" use?

  1. My 1810/1410 gets the full 8 (or 6) hours or more of battery life as claimed by Acer!

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  2. My 1810/1410 gets close to the claimed battery life (within 1/2).

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  3. My 1810/1410 gets about 1 hour less than claimed battery life.

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  4. My 1810/1410 gets about 1.5-2 hours less than claimed battery life.

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  5. My 1810/1410 gets really crappy battery life! (2 or more hours less than claimed battery life!)

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  1. ohiomoto

    ohiomoto Notebook Evangelist

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    UPDATE: The Acer Aspire 1430 is going to replace the 1410 models and the 1830 will replace the 1810.

    There is another thread started to discuss the 1830: http://forum.notebookreview.com/showthread.php?t=468120
    You can discuss the 1430 here if you like.

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    This post has been updated to give an overview of the Acer Aspire AS1410 and AS1810 Timeline offerings.

    Acer Aspire AS1410 US Configurations Subject to change!

    There are three basic configurations. The first is actually a dual-core processor. The other two are single cores. (I believe the third offering will be phased out.)

    1. AS1410: Intel® Celeron® Processor SU2300 (1MB L2 Cache, 1.20GHz, 800MHz FSB).

    2. AS1410: Intel® Celeron® M Processor ULV 743 (1MB L2 cache, 1.30GHz, 800MHz FSB).

    3. AS1410: Intel® Core™2 Solo Processor SU3500 (3MB L2 cache, 1.40GHz, 800MHz FSB). This model was originally sold outside of the US as the 1810T. Here is the AS1410/1810T thread.


    Acer Aspire AS1810 US Configurations Subject to change!

    There are two basic configurations.

    1. AS1810TZ: Intel® Pentium® Processor SU4100 (2MB L2 cache, 1.30GHz, 800MHz FSB).

    2. AS1810T: Intel® Core™2 Duo Processor SU7300 (3MB L2 cache, 1.30 GHz, 800MHz FSB) Not to be confused with the original single-core 1810T.


    Acer also offers a tablet version of this model (Here is the 1810 tablet thread.) and a 11.6 "netbook" called the Aspire 751h.

    EDIT: Steroduede made this nice table showing the features of the 3 dual-core processors.
    EDIT: k9hydr4 made a nice little comparison of the processor benchmarks. I updated the the list and posted it below. Keep in mind that the benchmarks are constantly changing, but this nicely shows how the processors stack up.
    Other information:

    AS1410/1810 Tweaks

    If you're having a problem or just want to get the most out of your AS1410/1810, der_mali has been maintaining an extensive Timeline Tweaks thread.


    AS1410/1810 on Linux

    Want to run Linux on the 1410/1810? PatrickVogeli started this excellent thread about Linux on this machine.


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  2. Jayayess1190

    Jayayess1190 Waiting on Intel Skylake

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    So does this thread include the tablet 1820P/T and 1820PT?
     
  3. ohiomoto

    ohiomoto Notebook Evangelist

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    I don't know? I guess if the hardware (except the screen) is the same.

    What do you guys think?
     
  4. Jayayess1190

    Jayayess1190 Waiting on Intel Skylake

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    Yes, since it is an 1810 model.
     
  5. Stereodude

    Stereodude Notebook Consultant

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    Uh... the other thread already covers these models. :confused2:
     
  6. Rahul

    Rahul Wanna get the LG G Flex 2

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    Glad to see this has finally hit North America! Interesting this won't be available in red unlike the 1410.

    And now, for the price.... :)
     
  7. Jayayess1190

    Jayayess1190 Waiting on Intel Skylake

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    The other thread should be for the non "Timeline" models. It has gotten a little big.
     
  8. ohiomoto

    ohiomoto Notebook Evangelist

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    The other thread is almost 3000 post long! It's nearly impossible to find information in there. In about two weeks the whole processor discussion in the other thread will be buried and you'll never figure out where the 1410 thread ends and the 1810(TZ) thread ends.

    Besides, some of us still own 1410s and that thread would serve us better if it focused on that machine.
     
  9. ohiomoto

    ohiomoto Notebook Evangelist

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    I have the 1410 in black, but I think I like the red better than the blue.

    I want to see the price on these as well. I love the AS1410 so far, but would like better HD/full screen video and longer battery life. Depending on the price I might spring for one of these or the ASUS UL20a. The ASUS might not get HDMI, but if they can get 12 hours out of the battery it might be just what I'm looking for.
     
  10. ohiomoto

    ohiomoto Notebook Evangelist

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    hkklife Notebook Enthusiast

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    Super! I've finally found my EEE 1000HE replacement. I just hope this thing hits retail before I leave for a trip later in November...

    I was just _this_ close to ordering a discounted 1410 a few days ago, but something told me to wait a bit longer. Now I just hope that the pricing stays in the <$500 neighborhood.
     
  12. Jayayess1190

    Jayayess1190 Waiting on Intel Skylake

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    This won't be less than $500. The dual core Asus UL20a is $599.
     
  13. TANWare

    TANWare Just This Side of Senile

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    I'd be interested in the tablet version with dual core.........
     
  14. Nortbot

    Nortbot Notebook Enthusiast

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    Forgive me for being dense but I don't see this for sale at any US retailers (Amazon, Best Buy, Comp USA). As I posted in the previous thread I am on a tight travel deadline and need to have this shipped and delivered by Oct. 23rd or so. Did I miss an actual retailer already selling the 1810TZ?
     
  15. Phil

    Phil Retired

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    I agree but since the other thread is so big, it's good it's split up now.

    I suggest the tablets get their own thread too.
     
  16. ohiomoto

    ohiomoto Notebook Evangelist

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  17. ohiomoto

    ohiomoto Notebook Evangelist

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    That might be for the best. If someone wants to start one, I'll put a link in the first post here.
     
  18. soliton

    soliton Notebook Consultant

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    You are not at all dense :) In the 1810 specs. at the Acer's website, they say it has Win7 loaded (Vista is not at all mentioned). So it'll only ship on the 21st or 22nd October, to conform to the Win7 official release dates :(

    There is an Asus rep. at the UL series discussions on Amazon who states that said that the Asus will ship on the 21st from Amazon.

    So the earliest real availability (shipping or retail store) is likely to be 21st October -- its just that Acer announced that the product will be available and its specs.
     
  19. WhiteFireDragon

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    how come i cant find the SU7300 specs on intel's site?
     
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    Tinderbox (UK) Sir Pumpkin Longshanks

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