The Acer Aspire 1410 has gained a lot of attention over the past few weeks, and has now seen a hands on review.
The Acer 1410 was previously known (and still is in Europe) as the Acer Aspire Timeline 1810T, but was re-branded before it’s U.S release.
The new 11.6-inch netbook goes a great job at bridging the gap between netbooks and more powerful laptops. The Acer 1410 features the 1.4Ghz Intel SU3500 processor, which is a lot more powerful than the typical Atom processors found in most netbooks.
The Acer 1410 can also support up to 4GB of DDR2 RAM, which is double what most netbooks can support. It also features Intel GMA 4500MHD graphics, and a 6-cell 5600 mAh battery which is flush the the body, and doesn’t bulge out like that of the 11.6-inch Acer Aspire One 751.
The 11.6-inch display has a HD resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels, and is LED backlit. The screen offers more space than most netbooks and deliver a very sharp and crisp image.
Phil gave the Acer 1810T / 1410 a very positive review, and said, it was very snappy, and when running with 20 browser tabs open, and music playing the Acer 1410 didn’t even slow down. He also said the battery life, build quality and multi-tasking performance were all very good, while the machine ran very quietly.
Update: The Acer 1410 is now available with Windows 7 Home Premium for just $399! In black, blue and red color options.
All three model colors :Black, Blue and Red are now all shipping!