As long as you can live without a DVD drive, Acer's new $779 TimelineX is one of the best fast, thin laptops you're likely to find.
A fast laptop with impressive graphics that's also thin: we take a look at this sub-$800 13-incher that's built to impress.
The line of svelte laptops gets a refresher with the addition of three new models that feature Sandy Bridge processors.
The aggressively priced Acer Aspire TimelineX 3830TG-6431's combination of gaming-ready graphics and a fast processor in a 13-inch body offers a great punch for a good price, provided you can live without a DVD drive.
Between Netbooks and thin-and-light laptops lies the elusive ultraportable category. What's the best model you can buy right now? The MacBook Air and Acer TimelineX AS1830T step into the Prizefight ring to battle it out.
Compact and fully-featured, Acer's 11.6-inch TimelineX has the feel of a Netbook but the performance of a larger laptop.
Acer's 11-inch TimelineX is incredibly thin and light for an Intel Core i7 laptop, but how do its measurements stack up against Apple's new 11-inch MacBook Air?
This Netbook-size 11.6-inch Acer may be small, but it has the innards of a full-size laptop.
This Netbook-sized 11.6-inch Acer may be small, but it has the innards of a full-sized laptop.
Acer's TimelineX is still a slim-profile, long-lasting 13-inch laptop, but it's no longer the only contender in that category.