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Acer Timeline 1825PTZ gets priced

Acer’s Timeline series has had a tablet version for the 11.6-inch version (1810TZ to 1820PTZ) and the model is now selling locally for a suggested retail price of Php37,500.

The CULV category of Acer is carried by their Timeline series in the 11.6″, 13.3″ and 14.1″. We have a review of the Timeline 1810tz and when it because available locally, it was selling for as low as Php26,900 in stores (although the silver, Olympic version is still selling for around Php35,000).


The Acer Timeline 1825ptz is basically almost the same in terms of specs and only differ due to the tablet form factor (that one where you swivel it around and use a stylus with).

Acer Timeline 1825ptz specs:
11.6″ display @ 1366×768 pixels
Intel Pentium SU4100 @ 1.3GHz Dual Core
Intel GMA 4500MHD
WiFi 802.11 b/g/n
Bluetooth 2.1 with EDR
Gigabit LAN
5-in-1 card reader
3 USB 2.0 ports
HDMI port
6-cell Li-ion 5600mAh
Windows 7 Home Premium

The minor difference between the non-tablet version is the 320GB HDD (vs. 250GB). The retail price of Php37,500 may suggest why the non-tablet model (Timeline 1810tz) has a surprisingly cheaper price.

Abe is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of YugaTech. You Can follow him on Twitter @abeolandres.

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22 Responses

  1. Spidey says:

    I got the tz version.. and I love it.


  2. braindead says:

    i have the tz too. nice one..

  3. Ryan Ang says:

    I was really waiting for this one to arrive or at least be available somewhere. The handwriting recognition of win7 is just astounding not to mention that this is a more capable machine than the Lenovo S10-3t.

    But just got an iPad so i’m just hoping for a great journal app to be released soon. (as consolation haha)

  4. ids says:

    i got the 1810tz, very good experience with it, fast, long batt life and very light. screen is very sharp too, very good media player.

  5. paul says:

    is there somebody who are selling low it in low price, just contact me at 09291787049

  6. gloida says:

    i want 2 buy dis laptop very very cute… wer 2 buy dis very cute laptop?

  7. Ryan Ang says:


    seen one in TCA Vmall before..

  8. Darkgame13 says:

    Hi, guys…
    I’m in a pinch of choosing a tablet netbook,
    Ive first seen the Lenovo S10-3t tablet which i first inlove with(Lol) but then another tablet which is Acer Aspire 1825PTZ hit my heart to..
    if you were me..
    which will you choose?
    Lenovo or Acer?
    Please give me suggestuion.. thank you..

  9. Ryan Ang says:


    that depends really on how you will use your machine. If you need more power then the Acer might be better for you. The extra real estate might also help.

    I guess Lenovo if you want portability.

  10. Darkgame13 says:

    @Ryan Ang

    Thanks for the suggestion,

    The thing is
    Intel Pentium SU4100 @ 1.3GHz Dual Core of acer
    Intel ATOM Processor N470( 1.83GHz 667MHz 512KB )
    of Lenovo

    Which is better?
    i think that’s were the last thing i’ll research before doing the decision..

  11. Ryan Ang says:


    the intel CULV processors are way faster than their ATOM counterparts.. check Abe’s review of the Acer 1810(?) It’s basically the same machine but this one converts into a tablet.

  12. Ryan Ang says:


    the intel CULV processors are way faster than their ATOM counterparts.. check Abe’s review of the Acer 1810tz. It’s basically the same machine but this one converts into a tablet.

  13. renee says:


    How’s the handwriting recognition and palm rejection? I’m choosing between this, the lenovo ideapad and if I get kuripot bigla, the Asus EEE. But I watched a video earlier that the Asus doesn’t work too well given those 2 issues. Just wondering how this works as a tablet. Thanks for your reply.


  14. Darkgame13 says:

    @Ryan Ang..
    Hi sorry for the late response.. I’m going to buy acer^^ Thank you for your responses really appreciated.. ^^

  15. Student says:

    Is this laptop good for autocad? I am an engineering student and I don’t know what laptop to buy..

  16. WhyDoICode says:

    This is a definitely a good buy. This is not an ultra speedy laptop (not netbook slow though) but hey it’s got a two-point touch capacitative screen and got enough disk space. It doesn’t come with a stylus though. I’ve been using acer for years now and I’ve got 2 units already. So far, I’m a happy customer, especially with this machine :)

  17. jiG says:

    How does the battery life last on 1825ptz compared to 1810tz..? does it still give the same result having the touchscreen display..?

  18. Pierre says:

    I have the Acer 1820PT… came with SU7300 ULV, 4GB DDR3, 250GB HDD… quite happy with it :-)

  19. Pierre says:

    Forgot to say… battery life is excellent with Wifi switched on… am doing 6+ hours at least right now. So I have used it in tablet mode for reading ebooks, web browsing, etc over the holidays. With the 4GB memory, I am able to run VirtualBox running Ubuntu (with my work tools running), Android-Froyo and WinXP virtual machines with the host Win7 64-bit still usable for web, e-mail and some MS Word work.

  20. Greg says:

    Hi Pierre, were you able to enable the touchscreen at Froyo? kindly help naman. I have android as alternate OS via gRUB but the touchscreen is disabled. Thanks

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