Last night we pointed you to a performance analysis on the Acer Aspire Timeline Ultra M3 ultrabook and mentioned that our sources inside the company said that specific model wasn’t going to be made available in America. Both Acer US and NVIDIA contacted Legit Reviews this morning and informed us that they are certain that the Timeline Ultra M3 will be sold in the United States in the future. We are now told that the Timeline Ultra M3 will reach the local channel in the second quarter of this year. The Intel Ultrabook will still be using the Intel Sandy Bridge processor series with NVIDIA GeForce GT 640M discrete graphics. You can read the official statement from Acer below. The sites that have reviewed this notebook say it will be under $800, which is a very nice price point for such an ultrabook.
“The Timeline Ultra M3, the first Ultrabook with NVIDIA GeForce GT 640M GPU will be available in March in many international markets, with U.S. availability in Q2. We’ll announce local pricing upon launch.”