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181. APSC MT C/1300 256MB-40GB 52X
182. Acer TMC110Ti Tablet PC 10.4"
183. Acer TraavelMate 634XCiD NoteBook
184. CRW-8432A Int CD-RW Drive
185. APSD MT P4/1800 256MB-40GB 52X
186. Acer TravelMate TM233XVi Notebook
187. Acer 70W AC ADPT KIT FOR-TM630
188. AL502 15IN TFT LCD .297MM-10X7
189. Acer LION BATT GRAPHITE-FOR TRAVELMATE
190. Acer INVILINK WLS PCCARD-11MBPS
191. Acer TMC102T Tablet PC
192. Acer TMC102Ti Tablet PC
193. Acer TravelMate 281XV Notebook
194. TM633LCI NB P4/1700 256MB-30GB
195. APSD MT P4/1800 256MB-40GB 52X
196. Acer AL732 17IN TFT LCD 1280X-1024
197. Acer AL722 17IN TFT LCD 12X10
198. APSC MT C/1300 128MB 20GB-24X
199. Acer TravelMate 281XC Notebook
200. Acer TravelMate TM803LCi Notebook

181. APSC MT C/1300 256MB-40GB 52X CDRW ETH WXPP

Asin: B00006HZ0W
Catlog: Personal Computer
Manufacturer: Acer America Altos Servers
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182. Acer TMC110Ti Tablet PC 10.4" (900-MHz Pentium-M (Centrino), 512 MB RAM, 30 GB Hard Drive)

Asin: B00009M95Y
Catlog: Personal Computer
Manufacturer: Acer Computer
Sales Rank: 848
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Amazon.com Product Description

While certainly not the most powerful portable computer on the market, Acer's TMC110Ti Tablet PC nevertheless may be one of the most convenient. Small and lightweight for maximum portability, the unit also offers total input freedom. Users who prefer traditional data entry may take advantage of the integrated 84-key keyboard with scroll feature and programmable touchpad. Those who prefer "handwriting" via digital ink can simply use the enclosed stylus to freehand sketch their ideas on the system's swiveling flip-open 10.4-inch LCD screen. And for those who'd rather speak than write, the TMC110Ti also supports voice recognition.

But there's far more to like about Acer's most sophisticated tablet to date. For starters, at just 10.1 by 8.5 by 1.0 inches and 3.2 pounds (without external drives), the unit is small enough to be carried inside some briefcases. It's also quite a bit more sophisticated than Acer's first-generation tablet, the C104CTi. Driving the system is a 900 MHz ultra-Low-Voltage Intel Pentium M processor with a stunning 1024 KB Level 2 cache, 512 MB SDRAM memory (double that of last year's model) and an Intel 855GM graphics chipset with Intel Extreme Graphics 2 technology and 64 MB shared memory. The system features two ultra-fast USB 2.0 ports for connection of plug and play peripherals, a single FireWire port for attaching external devices such as digital video cameras, and an adequate 30 GB hard disk for storage of your important files and apps. CD and DVD playing and burning are not supported in this stock configuration, but external CD-RW/DVD-ROM or CD-ROM drives are available separately.

Other critical amenities include an RJ-45 LAN port for fast network access and Internet interaction, a low-speed 56K modem, and an internal 802.11b wireless LAN with internal antenna. The unit is also Bluetooth capable. The rather lean bundled software package includes Microsoft Windows XP Tablet PC Edition and Microsoft Office XP Pack for Tablet PC. Battery life is estimated at 3.0 hours in ideal conditions. ... Read more


183. Acer TraavelMate 634XCiD NoteBook (1.80 GHz Pentium 4-M, 256MB RAM, 30GB hard drive)

Asin: B00006LL6L
Catlog: Personal Computer
Manufacturer: Acer Computer
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184. CRW-8432A Int CD-RW Drive

Asin: B00005QXZU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Acer America Altos Servers
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Features

  • 8xWrite/4xReWrite/32xRead
  • EIDE/ATAPI interface
  • 8MB cache for fast access

185. APSD MT P4/1800 256MB-40GB 52X ETH 56K WXPH

Asin: B00006L4DM
Catlog: Personal Computer
Manufacturer: Acer America Altos Servers
Sales Rank: 1389
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186. Acer TravelMate TM233XVi Notebook PC (2.0-GHz Celeron-M, 256 MB RAM, 30 GB Hard Drive)

Asin: B00009B5AX
Catlog: Personal Computer
Manufacturer: Acer Computer
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187. Acer 70W AC ADPT KIT FOR-TM630 620 260 220 SERIES ( 91.42S28.002 )

Asin: B00007L68O
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Acer Computer
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188. AL502 15IN TFT LCD .297MM-10X7 SPK IWATTX2SPK

Asin: B00006HXDW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Acer America Altos Servers
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189. Acer LION BATT GRAPHITE-FOR TRAVELMATE 620 ( 91.42S28.001 )

Asin: B00006HV6E
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Acer America Altos Servers
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190. Acer INVILINK WLS PCCARD-11MBPS ( 91.49C10.002 )

Asin: B00006HT78
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Acer America Altos Servers
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191. Acer TMC102T Tablet PC

Asin: B00006Y0ED
Catlog: Personal Computer
Manufacturer: Acer Computer
Sales Rank: 1448
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Amazon.com Product Description

Are you tempted by the wizardry of computing devices that let you enter data by writing with a stylus, but reluctant to give up a full-size keyboard for tasks better suited to typing? Acer’s TMC102T TravelMate convertible tablet PC delivers a no-compromises solution that unites today’s notebook PC with a futuristic tablet computer in a stylish, slim, all-in-one mobile design.

The TMC102T is ideal for workers who spend time away from their desks taking notes in meetings or at a job site. TMC102T input devices include a full-size pen, an Acer Fine Touch keyboard, and a touchpad pointing device. The unit’s bright, sharp 10.4-inch, active-matrix display with digitizer offers 1,024 x 768 resolution at 16 million colors. The display automatically converts from notebook to tablet mode when rotated.

The TMC102T's 800 MHz Intel Pentium III processor-M ULV provides potent computing crunch for a variety of stylus- or keyboard-driven productivity tasks. Featuring a 20 GB hard drive and 256 MB of memory, the TMC102T provides expansive data storage and makes it easily to run multiple applications simultaneously.

Also included in the 11.6-pound unit are an external USB 24x CD-ROM drive, a smart card reader, a 10/100Base-T Fast Ethernet interface, a 56K V.90 data/fax modem, and two lithium-ion batteries (one spare). The TMC102T includes two USB ports, a FireWire and infrared port, a VGA video-out interface, a PC Card slot, and a built-in speaker.

Bundled software includes Microsoft Windows XP Tablet PC Edition, Microsoft Office Pack and Microsoft Reader, and Norton AntiVirus.

... Read more


192. Acer TMC102Ti Tablet PC

Asin: B00006Y0EE
Catlog: Personal Computer
Manufacturer: Acer Computer
Sales Rank: 1102
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Early Adopters Pick: October 2002. First convertible tablet PC (screen swings up so it can be used like a laptop); comes with integrated wireless connection, 30 GB hard drive, Windows XP Professional, and 800 MHz Intel Pentium III processor.

Are you tempted by the wizardry of computing devices that let you enter data by writing with a stylus, but reluctant to give up a full-size keyboard for tasks better suited to typing? Acer’s TMC102T TravelMate convertible tablet PC delivers a no-compromises solution that unites today’s notebook PC with a futuristic tablet computer in a stylish, slim, all-in-one mobile design.

The TMC102T is ideal for workers who spend time away from their desks taking notes in meetings or at a job site. TMC102T input devices include a full-size pen, an Acer Fine Touch keyboard, and a touchpad pointing device. The unit’s bright, sharp 10.4-inch, active-matrix display with digitizer offers 1,024 x 768 resolution at 16 million colors. The display automatically converts from notebook to tablet mode when rotated.

The TMC102T's 800 MHz Intel Pentium III processor-M ULV provides potent computing crunch for a variety of stylus- or keyboard-driven productivity tasks. Featuring a 20 GB hard drive and 256 MB of memory, the TMC102T provides expansive data storage and makes it easily to run multiple applications simultaneously.

Also included in the 11.6-pound unit are an external USB 24x CD-ROM drive, a smart card reader, a 10/100Base-T Fast Ethernet interface, a 56K V.90 data/fax modem, and two lithium-ion batteries (one spare). The TMC102T includes two USB ports, a FireWire and infrared port, a VGA video-out interface, a PC Card slot, and a built-in speaker.

Bundled software includes Microsoft Windows XP Tablet PC Edition, Microsoft Office Pack and Microsoft Reader, and Norton AntiVirus. ... Read more

Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars The perfect answer to my work problems.
I like my Acer Tablet PC a whole lot. I had been doing everything on Palm and Handspring products but their lack of storage space was really holding me back. My Acer does everything I need it to do at work with ease, and it doesn't seem to mind working in harsh enviroments (construction sites). The laptop/combo feature makes for a very well rounded tool. The Windows Tablet OS has been rock solid, which was a pleasant surprise in such a new product. My only complaint is the USB ports are not 2.0, it does have FireWire though. My Acer Tablet is now over a month old and has been running 8-12 hours a day, 5 days a week, and a few hours on the weekends with no problems. I use a Targus CoolPad with the Acer.

5-0 out of 5 stars NICE!!!!
We got this computer for Christmas and WOW!I looked at tablet pc's for a while and had decided on either the Toshiba or the Acer because they are convertible-meaning they have an attached keyboard.For some reason I could just picture the keyboard getting missplaced and the unit sailing across the room when it couldn't be found .While the Toshiba has some really nice features, (bigger hard drive, more included memory and larger processor), so does the Acer-included CD-Rom drive, 2 included batteries and longer battery life, and a smaller/lighter size.And since the Toshiba's larger processor translates into more heat as well, it stays cooler.

We got this computer because my son is always getting assignments back with the request "please type this".While the handwriting recognition part of it is coming along and helping neaten the handwriting, he simply puts on the Palm character recognizer for Grafitti and away he goes.It fits easily into his backpack and is not difficult to carry or bulky.My husband enjoys being able to work on reports, etc while sitting in front of the TV watching football games, and I like reading the latest book, on the tablet screen.Once you get used to the stylus, it works lots faster than the mouse, or you always have the keyboard.

If I could give it 4 1/2 stars, I would because there are a few minuses.It is really designed more for *on-the-go* than for heavy based computer graphics-you really need a faster processor/more memory for that, but that translates into more heat,weight and size.The people at Acer will admit that a newer version with a brand new type of chip and more memory is in the pipeline for 2003, but because this chip wasn't ready for the launch of the tablet pc's, they went with what they could get.It doesn't have USB 2.0 that I know of, and the included USB CD-ROM must be plugged in.The newer models come with the wireless network turned on and to use an Ethernet based LAN, this must be turned off-but they don't tell you that.Lastly, the keyboard mouse only works in Landscape mode, so if your screen is set to portrait you must imagine your commands turned 90 degrees.

But still, we love it and will probably be buying a second one as soon as the newer model comes out.

1-0 out of 5 stars Clunky.... slow... and well... pointless.
One of my friends purchased one of these and lent it to me for a few days so I could try it out.I did and just couldn't have been less impressed.There are several things wrong with the system itself from the slow processor speed of 800 MHz to only 8 megabytes of video RAM.The system was very slow to open most applications and for anyone looking to run any games - just give up.It doesn't have the speed or video to run anything graphics intense.

It seems the big selling point of this computer is you can write on the screen and with handwriting recognition it will be able to save you from typing it in.I don't know about most people but I type much fast than I write - and proofing it is easier too (since the handwrighting recognition is still a bit fuzzy).How many places are there where you can't just type information in on a normal laptop?I can't think of any.

Another point that I'm a little fuzzy on is the CD-Rom drive.Does it come with the unit or not?No one seems to know (my friend wasn't sure if it came with it or was in the "extras" package he purchased) and it's not listed as coming with the unit.Then again - why not a CD-R since the one that may come with it only plugs into one of the USB ports?There's no way to get information out of the unit unless you hook it up to the internet or another computer and email it to someone with a disk drive or cd burner.That's just plain shortsighted.

Overall I just wasn't impressed with the unit and I think for the two plus thousand dollars you should get more than an oversized and slow personal organizer.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great first-edition high end convertible Tablet PC
Overview

Get ready for a fundamentally new type of notebook computer. The introduction of the Tablet PC will change and enhance the way you use your computer. While the official launch of Windows XP Tablet Edition isn't until November 7th, I located a vendor selling the new Acer convertible Tablet PC a couple of weeks ago.

The Acer TMC102Ti Tablet has impressed me beyond my wildest dreams. I must admit that I had never owned an Acer notebook prior to this purchase. And while I've heard mixed reviews of their reliability and support, I feel confident this new Tablet PC is going to hold up well. I purchased this new Acer Tablet just over two weeks ago and could not imagine going back to a normal notebook. But don't take my word for it. Read the full review and take the plunge yourself. You will not be disappointed.

Features

The Acer TMC102Ti Tablet notebook is fully-loaded:

800MHz Pentium III processor
30GB hard drive
256MB RAM
Windows XP Tablet Edition (which is just a superset of XP Professional)
Built-in 802.11b
8MB Video RAM
Two batteries
Two USB 1.1 ports
Firewire port
RJ-45 and RJ-11 ports
VGA port
Audio in/out ports
Two types of writing instruments (one fits into the computer, the other is a bit larger)
10.4" screen with 1024 X 768 resolution
Small carrying case (with second pen holder)
AC Charger
Travel Adapters for your charger
External USB 24X CD-Rom drive
In addition, Acer has added several utility buttons along the top of the keyboard to allow me to program my favorite applications (including dedicated keys for email and the internet). In addition, I love the fact that Acer has added a button to toggle the 802.11b wireless on and off. This is one of those features that really is great to have (instead of having to open the wireless software and shut it down using your mouse).

The touchpad has a nice browser scrolling four-way button, but I don't use it much.

Check out my full review at techadviceNOW.com ... Read more


193. Acer TravelMate 281XV Notebook (1.80-GHz Pentium 4-M, 256 MB RAM, 30 GB Hard Drive, DVD Drive)

Asin: B00008AOKT
Catlog: Personal Computer
Manufacturer: Acer Computer
Sales Rank: 1774
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194. TM633LCI NB P4/1700 256MB-30GB DVD CDRW 15 WXPP

Asin: B00006L47L
Catlog: Personal Computer
Manufacturer: Acer Computer
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195. APSD MT P4/1800 256MB-40GB 52X ETH 56K WXPP

Asin: B00006L4DN
Catlog: Personal Computer
Manufacturer: Acer America Altos Servers
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196. Acer AL732 17IN TFT LCD 1280X-1024 RES 160/160 VIEW SPK ( ET.73205.008 )

Asin: B00008MOOV
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Acer America Altos Servers
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197. Acer AL722 17IN TFT LCD 12X10 ( ET.72202.003 )

Asin: B00007FYON
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Acer America Altos Servers
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198. APSC MT C/1300 128MB 20GB-24X CDRW ETH WXPP
by Acer America Altos Servers

Asin: B00006HWR6
Catlog: Personal Computer
Manufacturer: Acer America Altos Servers
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199. Acer TravelMate 281XC Notebook (1.80-GHz Pentium 4-M, 256 MB RAM, 30 GB Hard Drive, DVD/CD-RW Drive)

Asin: B00008AOKU
Catlog: Personal Computer
Manufacturer: Acer Computer
Sales Rank: 1617
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200. Acer TravelMate TM803LCi Notebook (1.60-GHz Pentium-M(Centrino), 512 MB RAM, 60 GB Hard Drive, DVD/CD-RW Drive)
by Acer Computer

Asin: B00008RUQM
Catlog: Personal Computer
Manufacturer: Acer Computer
Sales Rank: 803
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon and Manufacturer

As the most advanced member of Acer's new TravelMate 800 line, the TravelMate TM803LCi Notebook delivers power and performance in an impressively full-featured and comfortably lightweight package designed to meet both your current and future needs, even if those needs dictate wireless communication.

Measuring a mere 13 by 10.7 by 1.1 inches and tipping the scales at just 5.7 pounds with CD-RW/DVD drive installed, the TravelMate TM803LCi is decidedly less cumbersome than most typical notebooks. Featuring Intel's innovative new Centrino technology--which in this case includes a powerful 1.6 GHz Intel Pentium M Centrino-based processor, embedded wireless connectivity support and a massive 1 MB of Level 2 cache--and a generous allotment of 512 MB RAM, the system is ideal for all but the most demanding high-end applications. Acer has even included a robust 64 MB ATI Mobility Radeon 9000 graphics chipset to assist with video rendering. As such, the unit will not only suffice for standard tasks, but gaming and graphic design too.

The TravelMate TM803LCi features a huge 60 GB hard disk on which to store your programs and files and a convenient DVD/CD-RW combo drive through which you can burn and listen to audio CDs and enjoy your favorite movies. Considering its compact size, the system's ample 15-inch SXGA+ display screen (1400 by 1050 resolution) comes as a pleasant surprise. So too does its broad array of control options, including an 84-key Acer FineTouch keyboard, programmable touchpad with mouse buttons and selection of one-touch keys.

The TravelMate TM803LCi features a variety of state-of-the-art perks, including four high-speed USB 2.0 ports, one FireWire IEEE 1394 port for fast data transfer from devices such as digital camcorders, a versatile 4-in-1 card reader slot, and a hot swappable AcerMedia bay. Communication options include a high-speed LAN port, a low-speed RJ-11 modem and last but certainly not least, an Intel PRO/Wireless Network Connection at 802.11b. ... Read more

Reviews (2)

2-0 out of 5 stars Shoddy design, lousy keyboard, pathetic salespeople etc.
I had been a big fan of Acer...till I bought this model (though with 40 GB) in Indonesia (they have an official presence there). Entire purchase and usage experience has been lousy. Drove down to the showroom to choose and buy the model.... they told me to wait for 1 hour. Apparently they had to get the model in from another location. The wait lasted about 5 hours. By this time, one would imagine I should have walked out (kicking myself). Nevertheless, I figured such things happen (I mean how could their 'super' marketing division forecast demand for the model). Went home all excited....only to find the system crashed on me the next day....no not a software problem.... a hardware problem. One could hear the harddrive clunking away (literally) as it tried to boot. Returned to the showroom where they had to take another day to replace the machine. By now, I figured it was already a wasted purchase. I mean, customer....hello ? Perhaps some other incentive could have helped an already frustrating experience. But no, the guys there seem to be doing me a favour.

Anyway, got a replacement. Software works fine (of course it does- it is not written by Acer- although some of their annoying laptop management tools are).

Now to the design features. I use the mouse with my right hand. So, of course I expected to have the mouse USB port on the right. Can you possible figure out why the geniuses at Acer would have 4, yes all 4 USB ports on the left side of the laptop. Could they not split 2 on each side to cater to both left and right handed persons if needed (not to mention peripherals)? Others have already commented about why the mouse is plugged in all the way on the left side...hey I don't know. I only use it. The CD drive is on the right as well.... I figure it being on the left would have been more intuitive (but this I can pass)

Now, I have used the laptop since the day I bought it (29 August, 2003). And gradually, the letters on my keyboard have disappeared. Yes, can you believe this? With every passing day, some portion of some alphabet on my keyboard is vanishing...help ! Now, it is a race against time for me to memorize my entire keyboard so that by the time I have only black squares left, I would know the location of each of the 84 keys, and that's not including the Shift, Alt and Function key combinations. All this within 4 months of purchasing the laptop-talk about durability !

I am also scared to click the mouse buttons on the laptop (you know the buttons next to the mouse tip/roller on each laptop)...why? They have started to sound clunky already with each passing click... I expect they could pop out anytime now or just get jammed into the casing, depriving me of the wonderful pleasures of the mouse, if it had not been for my foresight to get myself an external one (not from Acer).

One particular sticker on the laptop has completely eroded its ink during this time. And that was the Acer technical hotline.... the sticker is still on...oh they used good glue, just disappearing ink on both the keys and the sticker it seems. Sure I can get these numbers off the web site and the manual etc....but hey , when one spends more than US$ 2,200 on such a system, one expects the brains behind such a product to well, have brains and a bit of care!!!

My recommendation, don't waste your time on such a product, you are probably better off buying a Sony... those Vaio's are now looking exceedingly tempting.

To Acer: It is high time you shaped up your marketing and sales service teams in Indonesia. It is a huge market, and still growing. And please, do something about those keys or the prices!! If the system was cheaper, maybe I would have given it higher stars in keeping with the expectations.

5-0 out of 5 stars Best Notebook Ever
This is my sixth notebook computer and the best ever, replacing the worst ever (Compaq 1510US, barely a year old and barely working). The screen and case are nice, and I it has a nice host of features. But the big surprise is that this notebook is fast, seriously fast, and the batteries last 5+ hours on real work. I can work through a flight from D.C. to Los Angeles with no problems.

My only reservation is that the keyboard could be a little nicer. I'm not crazy about the arrangement of the Home and End keys, and sometimes the key caps feel a little flimsy. I think this description makes the keyboard sound worse than it really is, but I have used better. ... Read more


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