Acer TravelMate 3200 Video
The Acer TravelMate 800 provides everything a nomadic computer user could ever wish for, including peak performance, long battery life, and an extensive list of features.
An inexpensive business ultraportable, the TravelMate TM3002WTCi offers an appealing design, plus lots of speed and battery life, but it lacks some security features and support niceties.
Nice design, lots of speed, impressive components: the mainstream TravelMate 8100 has it all, but you'll pay a slight premium for it.
The TravelMate 2355LCi has enough power for basic productivity work, and you can't beat its rock-bottom price--but its battery life is well below average.
The 6.7-pound Acer TravelMate C310 is too heavy for extended handheld use, but it's big enough to include a 14.1-inch screen and great performance.
Unless you're looking for a laptop to go with your red sports car, there are better-performing thin-and-lights than the Ferrari 3200.
The Dell SX2210 is a well-priced 16:9 monitor with high performance and enough features to satisfy most.
The Acer P241w delivers a high brightness at the cost of color depth and a deep black level. Its low price, good overall performance, and decent connection options make it a recommended choice for the office user.
The Acer AL1951B offers good performance and a few extra features that make it tough to beat for the price.
As much as Acer's Aspire X3200 surpasses other pricier PCs with its wide array of useful inputs and outputs, you'll have a hard time choosing between it and its otherwise identical dual-core Acer linemate of the same price. If you're a multitasker on a budget, you'll likely prefer this model's triple-core CPU.