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ACER AS09D70 Li-ion Laptop Batteries|AS3810TZ-4880 battery

Cheap Aspire 3810T-6415 11.1V,6 cell Laptop Batteries,battery for ACER Aspire 3810T-6415
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Product ID: 1001947
Battery Type: Li-ion
Voltage: 11.1 V
Battery capacity: 5600 mAh (6 cell)
Color: Black
Related ACER series: ACER Aspire Timeline Series
Price: $79.9
ACER Aspire 3810T-6415 laptop batteries can replace the following part number: ACER AS09D31, AS09D34, AS09D36, AS09D56, AS09D70, AS09F34
Product Description
Acer Aspire Timeline AS3810TZ-4880 Notebook comes with these high level specs: Intel Pentium Processor SU2700, Windows Vista Home Premium 64-bit with Service Pack 1, 13.3-inch HD Acer CineCrystal LED-backlit Display, Mobile Intel GS45 Express Chipset, 4096MB DDR3 1066MHz Memory, Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 4500MHD, 320GB SATA Hard Drive, Acer Crystal Eye Webcam, Multi-in-1 Digital Media Card Reader, 2nd Generation Dolby Sound Room Audio Enhancement, Acer 802.11b/g/Draft-N Wi-Fi CERTIFIED, 3 - USB 2.0 Ports, 1 - HDMI Port, Convenience Buttons: Multi-Gesture Touchpad, Acer PowerSmart Technology, Acer Backup Manager, Touchpad-lock, 6-cell AS09D70 Li-ion Battery (5600 mAh), 8+ hours battery life, 3.5 lbs. | 1.6 kg (system unit only), AC Power Adapter, AC Power Cord, Wireless Setup Card, Registration/ Limited Warranty Card, McAfee Internet Security Suite (60-day insert)

Glossy clean FineTip keyboard in water lily design offers new typing experience.
The high-definition, 13.3-inch CineCrystal LED backlit widescreen display (16:9 ratio) offers 33 percent more energy savings than traditional notebook screens. A Multi-Gesture Touchpad enables you to pinch, flick and swirl your fingers across the touchpad for more natural photo and video viewing as well as intuitive navigation of websites. The Multi-Gesture Touchpad allows you to scroll, zoom in and out and flip through web pages, photos, spreadsheets and more. An integrated Acer Crystal Eye webcam delivers smooth video streaming and high quality images for online chats and business video conferences, even in low-light situations.

Providing an elegant, high-tech design, a stylish brushed aluminum finish provides solid protection to the display and internal components, and the system is also lead- and mercury-free--making it easier to recycle. In addition, Acer has incorporated Intel's Laminar Wall Jet technology for the first time, directing air flow in parallel layers, to keep the notebook significantly cooler.

Key Features
1) 13.3-inch LED-backlight widescreen display with 1366 x 768-pixel resolution, 16:9 aspect ratio and 200-nit high brightness
2) Energy efficient, single core 1.3 GHz Intel Pentium SU2700 processor with ultra-low voltage for extended battery life
3) 320 GB hard drive
4) 4 GB of installed RAM with 1066 MHz speed
5) Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 4500MHD with up to 1700 MB of shared video memory and support for DirectX 10 games
6) Multi-gesture touchpad supporting circular-motion scrolling, pinch-action zoom, page flip
7) Thermal-efficient cooling innovation ensures the notebook achieves comfortable skin temperature during use.
8) Crystal Eye webcam supports Acer PrimaLite technology, which consists of a premium sensor, firmware and lenses to provide superior video performance under low-light conditions. A built-in digital microphone helps keep background noise levels low and minimizes echoes.
9) Backup Manager software and easy launch backup key for scheduled and as-needed backups of your most important digital files.
10) Draft-N Wi-Fi wireless networking (802.11a/b/g/n) with SignalUp technology for enhanced antenna efficiency
11) Gigabit Ethernet (10/100/1000)
12) 5-in-1 memory card reader
13) HDMI (with HDCP) and VGA video output
14) Stereo speakers with Dolby Sound Room audio enhancement transforms the experience of movies, music, and games.
15) Energy-sipping laptop thanks to low-power components and efficient technologies.
16) Up to 8 hours of battery life with Acer PowerSmart Manager enabled and depending on configuration
17) Dimensions: 12.67 x 8.97 x 0.9/1.13 inches (WxDxH)
18) Weight: 3.5 pounds

Networking, Connectivity & Expansion
With its integrated Draft-N Wi-Fi networking capabilities, this dell Latitude 2100 laptop provides up to five times the performance and twice the wireless range using 802.11n-compatible routers as you would with 802.11g networks. It's also backward compatible with 802.11b/g networks (commonly found at Wi-Fi hotspots and in older home routers) as well as 802.11a networks (which has a higher throughput, but more limited range--great for closed office environments). This notebook also provides ultra-fast Gigabit Ethernet networking (10/100/1000).

1) 3 USB 2.0 ports for connecting a wide range of peripherals--from digital cameras to MP3 players
2) 1 HDMI output for connecting to a compatible HDTV or home theater receiver for uncompressed 3) Analog video output: 1 VGA
4) 5-in-1 card reader compatible with MultiMediaCard, Secure Digital card, Memory Stick, Memory Stick PRO and xD-Picture Card
5) 1 headphone/line-out jack (with SPDIF digital audio support), 1 microphone jack

Video is powered by the Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 4500MHD, which uses shared video memory (providing up to 1700 MB of video memory as allocated by the system memory). This graphics card is built with Intel Clear Video technology, which delivers clearer, more detailed images by eliminating many of the jagged edges and video artifacts seen when viewing interlaced content and features powerful color control to ensure videos are not too dark, overly bright, or washed out.

Energy Efficient Intel Pentium Processor
Offering the latest in ultra-low voltage processing power, the single-core Intel Pentium SU2700 has a has a power consumption rating of just 10 watts and a 1.3 GHz speed that's paired with a fast 800 MHz front-side bus (FSB) and 2 MB L2 cache. (An L2, or secondary, cache temporarily stores data; and a larger L2 cache can help speed up your system's performance. The FSB carries data between the CPU and RAM, and a faster front-side bus will deliver better overall performance.)

Designed for use in ultra-thin laptops to balance the competing needs of high performance with battery consumption, the Pentium SU2700 features Intel SpeedStep technology, helping your system to dynamically adjust processor voltage and core frequency to decrease power consumption and heat production. It also comes with built-in Execute Disable Bit technology, which helps keep your laptop safe from viruses, worms, and other malicious attacks.

The Multi-Gestured Acer Timeline
    A Multi-Gesture Touchpad allows you to pinch, flick and swirl your fingers across the touchpad for more natural photo and video viewing as well as intuitive navigation of websites. The Multi-Gesture Touchpad enables you to scroll, zoom in and out and flip through web pages, photos, spreadsheets and more.

The TouchPad can also be disabled with a one-touch button, eliminating accidental cursor movement with palms and wrists when using an external mouse.
Cool to the Touch
The Acer Timeline notebook series includes Acer's ComfyTouch technology, which uses an innovative Laminar Wall Jet Engine design to air-cool the processor and notebook case. Even when running for a full day the notebook remains cool in your hands or on your lap.

Easy Backup for Peace of Mind
The Timeline family of notebooks also includes a backup button that lets you easily select and protect your irreplaceable digital files through regular scheduled backups or on an as-needed basis. Data can be backed up to an external hard drive, flash card, thumb drive or to a secure hidden partition on their PC.

Extended Battery Life via Low Power Components and Acer's PowerSmart Features
While most notebooks with long battery life use higher cell batteries which protrude from the back of the notebook, Acer combined numerous low power components with a standard high-capacity 6-cell AS09D56 battery, allowing them to keep the design as small as possible.

In addition, a conveniently located PowerSmart button located above the keyboard allows you to easily extend battery life. A simple press of the button activates the advanced power savings settings, traditionally a tedious procedure accessed through numerous software-based steps. This one-button approach simplifies the process.

 I can say that I am very pleased with the product after approximately four weeks of use. My use of the Acer is for work and internet browsing. I don't do gaming or other video-intensive applications, so my review is strictly pertinent to the type of needs I have. I bought this computer for its small footprint, light weight and long battery life. I have another larger Dell laptop running Windows XP that serves as my main work computer.

First and foremost, I had a major concern about Vista, since I'm used to XP, and have heard the horror stories about Vista. I had to overcome this trepidation before deciding to get the Acer. I'm glad I did. I have had absolutely no issues with the Vista 64 bit operating system, and am rapidly becoming a fan. This is a lesson learned for me. For those who are hesitating due only to negative buzz about Vista, I encourage you to jump in - the criticism is overblown. In any event - you get a free upgrade to Windows 7, so this shouldn'r be an issue.

I was looking for a notebook I could use for browsing the internet, email, video conferencing and watching videos. I do not intend to use this for any "heavy lifting" and processor intensive work (that is what my PC is for). I was very delighted to find that it also comes with Windows Movie Maker which will help me make little videos for posting on YouTube.

I tested the video and processor power by playing a movie streamed from NetFlix in Full Screen mode. The task manager showed the processor was at about 50% while the movie was playing. Not bad at all for a ULV single core processor running at 1.3 Ghz. There was never any skipping or stuttering in the entire movie.

The hard drive and cooling fan are both very quiet. I have to listen carefully to hear them. The bottom does not get hot at all. It is very comfortable to rest on your lap.

The battery life is excellent. Even with playing movies and doing other things to push the processor I'm still running on battery power after six hours with about 40 minutes left on the battery indicator. I suspect I could get the full eight hours promised if I was not pushing the system so hard.

The weight is great. At only 3.5 lbs I can carry it around easily.

Closing the top causes the system to go to sleep mode (this can by changed by you) and when you open it again and touch any key, the system is back up and ready to go in just one or two seconds.

The case is an attractive gun metal gray and feels really solid. If you've used the business-class Dells then this is very similar in color and feel. The best part is that you get this really solid computer and it is surprisingly light considering how sturdy it feels. The keyboard is really nice also, the keys are smooth and have a very light sound with good feedback and good spacing. I have been typing on it regularly without any problems. There are also 3 touch-sensitive buttons at the top for turning wi-fi on/off, starting the backup program, and turning the eco-mode on/off.

When I saw that this would allow me to function all day at school surfing the web and typing in Word and OneNote without having to plug it in I knew I'd never have to carry a huge power adapter with me again. And it really does work as well as advertised, sometimes better. In balanced power mode with screen brightness at a high level I can get 7 hours out of it. With the computer in eco-mode, which still gives you good performance and a bright screen I can get 8+ hours from the battery with regular light use. If I start playing music or videos the battery will go down to 4+ hours. What surprised me was that during a typical day I could get 9+ hours out of the battery because even though it's on, I'm not necessary doing anything with it (like when I'm listening to the lecture and not typing or surfing the battery life benefits). Factor in the battery savings from putting it to Sleep or Hibernate and you're talking about true all-day computing.

Now, for performance, I opted for the Core 2 Duo because I feared that the Solo and Pentium would simply be bogged down by Vista with Office and IE running all the time. I can tell you that the display model of the Core 2 Solo at Staples did show quite a bit of lag in everyday tasks. The Core 2 Duo however works great. I have a Quad Core desktop also and this performs my daily tasks, including multi-tasking, just as fast. If you're looking to do some heavy file transfers, video coding, or anything that is really processor intensive then you may want to look elsewhere. But I have been able to surf in IE with multiple tabs open while using OneNote and Outlook and Messenger all at once without a hitch. And I have also had no problems with HD video performance on YouTube, Hulu, or Netflix. This isn't designed to be a desktop replacement, but it's close. Bloatware was fairly minimal, the few Acer programs can be useful for backups and the webcam and they don't seem to bog the system down at all. I uninstalled a ton of Acer games that came with it, but that was about it. Overall, I would feel comfortable recommending this to just about anyone. I have a 50+Gb music library and 30+Gb pictures with maybe another 20+Gb in videos and I have had no problems working with any of them. Keep in mind that you're also getting 64-bit Vista with a free upgrade to 64-bit Windows 7 which will use the 4Gb of RAM very well and should allow this system to perform very well. If you wanted to keep this system for more than a couple years then when RAM prices come down you could add another 4Gb and get a couple more years out of it.

This is a well-built, solid performing, thin and light laptop that actually allows you to work all day without having to plug it in...  You could easily spend $2,000 on another system and get the same performance without the weight, construction, or battery life. It's the best deal out there right now and for the performance junkies who want to do a little gaming I hear there's a model coming with switchable discrete graphics. If you've never tried an Acer , this is a good time to start.

Based on this I narrowed my search down to the Acer Timelines, MSI X340, Toshiba Satellite U505 series.

The MSI was nice and thin and sported a Core 2 Solo, 3GB RAM, and 320GB HD, but felt cheaply made compared to the Acer and Toshiba.

The Toshiba was well equipped and I liked the fact that I could go to Toshiba Direct and configure a machine to my exact specifications. In the end the bulkiness of the Toshiba caused me to rule it out. The Acer is more stylish and lighter.

While evaluating the AS3810T I also compared it to the AS4810TG-R23, which has a DVD drive and 14" screen and is otherwise the same as the 3810T except for the processor and $699 price tag. If the Aspire 4810TZ-4011 had the same Core 2 Duo(SU9400)CPU as the 3810T I would have gone with the 14" and paid up to $1000 for the honor.

During my unscientific performance test in the store, I could see a distinct difference in how the machines performed similar tasks. Both run Vista Home Premium (64 Bit), have 4GB of DD3 RAM and 5400RPM HDs, leaving me to conclude that the processor was what made the Aspire 3810T-354G32n a snappier performer. I knew over the long run the sluggish performance would bother me more than screen size or lack of DVD.

The processor selection ultimately influenced my decision more than any other factor. While the Core 2 Duo in the AS3810TZ-4009 is less powerful than the options from Toshiba, I was willing to trade some processing power for SONY battery life.

The lack of a DVD drive may be a negative for some, but was not a deal breaker for me. I rarely use DVDs or CDs and think that these drives are going the way of the floppy. I much prefer having the smaller form factor and lighter weight over a DVD drive.

That brings me to the most pleasant and unexpected surprise of the AS3810T-S22F, the HDMI port. I hooked the machine up to my 42" Vizio, opened WMC, logged into Netflix and started watching movies. My expectations for video quality were low. I was very impressed with how the AS3810T-S22F handled video playback and thus the machine will also see duty as a movie player in the living room.

It is very well built. The lid is razor thin yet well hinged and stable. The overall structure is solid. The keyboard is among the best I have used, with full-size, dedicated, Home, End, and Page Up/Down keys. Putting it side by side with my SONY Z Series, which costs over $2K and is considered one of the best ultra-portables, the Acer more than holds its own. In fact, I actually prefer some of the designs aspects of the Acer. Performance wise, the Acer is a slower class machine. Compared with my main work computer, a MacBook Pro running under Windows, equipped with a solid-state drive, the speed difference is not that obvious for my everyday tasks, which include Office applications and Web access. Working with my 2+GB Outlook files, navigating through large number of attachments, I didn't feel much speed compromise.

A really pleasant surprise is the computer is equipped with S/PDIF digital output, embedded in the headphone jack. This is the same arrangement with all MacBooks, which in my opinion is one of the most underappreciated features. Plug in a special Toslink cable (very easy to find due to the popularity of Apple), connect the computer to a home theater receiver with digital inputs, you can by-pass the computer's analogue circuit and enjoy the best possible digital sound through the receiver in your home theater setup.

Now the downside, the first limitation is relatively minor but peculiar. The sound from the built-in speaker is weak and shrill. I noticed there is a decorative clear Mylar strip which covered not only the LED indicators but also both speakers. I don't know if this is an oversight but it is quite possible that the sound can be improved by merely removing the Mylar. I didn't try it yet, the computer is a little too new to go under the knife.

The LED display is crisp and can be turned up very bright. Compared with the better displays, however, the screen is a bit washed out. This makes long-term viewing a little fatiguing. Another limitation is the viewing angle. I am not talking about several people reading the screen at the same time. I am talking about one person trying to get a good view of the entire screen. Viewing a movie with dark scenes in darker surroundings reveals this limitation.

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