The notebook served me well in the short span of two
weeks, and battery life had been consistently over 2 hours on
general use. I liked the fact that no corners were cut to
produce this fine product. Armed with all the standard ports,
128Mb RAM, and a Pentium II 300Mhz processor with integrated
256kb cache, all packed into its thin magnesium alloy
casing. I almost had it all.
Coming with a 1 year
International Warranty (very short compared to companies like
Dell) and a streamlined design, the Acer
TravelMate 330T has already won the Nikkei
BYTE’s Best System and Best of Show awards, two of the
most coveted honors at Computex’99 (the world’s
3rd-largest compter trade show) in its short debut.
first award from Nikkei BYTE was the Best System award
granted to the TravelMate 330, Acer's internationally
acclaimed ultra-slim and lightweight Mobile Pentium II
notebook PC. Nikkei BYTE then presented Acer with the Best
of Show award, again for the TravelMate 330.
TravelMate 330 has consistently received top honors since
its launch in April of this year. Nikkei BYTE recognized the
TravelMate 330's extremely thin profile, super-light weight,
and superior-strength construction. It also praised the
330's thermal and battery management."
under intense competition from many renowned manufacturers, the
critics are bowed over. User satisfaction has been high and it
is clear that the TravelMate 330T is as good, if not better, than most of the
I leave you to make your decision.