Acer Travelmate 333T Reviews
Product Type: Acer laptops
Description:Model ID 91.40C01.30G / Acer TravelMate 333T - PII 400 MHz - RAM 64 MB - HDD 6.4 GB - CD - Cyber 9525 - Win98 SE - 12.1" TFT 800 x 600 ( SVGA ) / The TravelMate 330 series of notebook computers provides a new thin and light design with no compromise on performance and ... more
Acer Travelmate 333T ... usability.
The Acer TravelMate 333T notebook PC seamlessly integrates power and portability. It's driven by a fast processor and comes standard with a lot of memory. With its hefty, hard drive, you'll have plenty of formatted storage space for your files and frequently used applications. Plus, to satisfy your demand for dazzling multimedia, the TravelMate 333T features a CD-ROM drive, integrated AGP graphics accelerator, and rich, 16-bit audio. There's also a built-in modem and brightly lit color display. Combined with Acer's exceptional quality and reliability, these features make the TravelMate 333T ideal whether you're in the office or out traveling.
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