The Acer Aspire T180 is one of many in Acer's Aspire line of computers. Originally for sale in 2007, the desktop has since been discontinued, though many people who own the PC still use it today.
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The Acer Aspire T180 was built with an AMD AM2 Athlon 64 x 2, Athlon 64 or Sempron processor. Certain models of the T180 included floppy disk and CD/DVD-ROM drives. The computer's system unit is 7.2 inches by 17.9 inches by 14.6 inches in size. The primary operating system included with the T180 was Windows XP, though some models included Windows Vista or the Linpus Linux console version operating system.
The Acer Aspire T180's RAM was upgradeable from 256 MB (megabytes) up to as much as 4 GB (gigabytes). Possible hard disk size could range as high as 400 GB, depending on the model.
At the time of its release, the Acer Aspire T180 was priced around £325.
Computer Shopper criticised the Acer Aspire T180, noting that it was overpriced despite its poor performance.
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