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Wednesday, 24 June 2009 11:17

Acer TravelMate 8371 CULV priced

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Timeline for businesspeople, starting at €629


We've
all seen Acer's new Timeline series CULV-based notebooks, but many have missed the TravelMate 8371 series, a very similar design for business users.

Acer showed off the new 13-incher back at Computex, and it differed from the Timeline in that it had no HDMI out, but offered a fingerprint reader, and more importantly, a non-glare 13.3-inch 1366x768 screen.

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We were expecting the TravelMate 8371 in retail soon, but the prices came as bit of a surprise. The cheapest version, with a Core 2 Solo SU3500, 2GB of memory and a 160GB disk is listed at €629, while a slightly better SKU with the same CPU, but double the RAM and storage, should sell for just €650. A more powerful version, based on the Core 2 Duo SU9400, is expected a bit later, and if Timeline pricing is anything to go by, it should probably end up priced around the €750 mark.

This sounds like a very good deal, as you simply can't get a thin and light thirteen with a matte screen for that kind of money anywhere else. Basically the only bad thing about is the fact that Acer dropped HDMI.

You can find the product page here. (German)
Last modified on Wednesday, 24 June 2009 11:23
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