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Identification and Background ¶ 

  • Released around 2001, The Acer Travelmate was designed to offer the user a cost-competitive, high-performance and full-featured notebook. The Acer Travelmate 220 has an Intel Celeron processor and runs on Windows XP Home. The Acer Travelmate 220 is identifiable by the Acer logo on the inside of the laptop by the speakers.

Technical Specs ¶ 

Battery ¶ 

  • 59Wh Li-lon battery pack
  • 3-pin 60W AC adapter
  • 4.5 hour battery life
  • 2 hours in rapid-charge, 4 hours charge-in-use

Processor/Speed ¶ 

  • Intel Mobile Celeron 1.33GHz

Core Logic Chipset ¶ 

  • Intel 830MG

RAM/MAxRam ¶ 

  • 128MB/1024MB

Video Subsystem ¶ 

  • Intel 830MG with 8MB shared memory

LCD Properties ¶ 

  • 14.1" TFT
  • 1024x768x16M (XGA)

Hard Disk Drive ¶ 

  • 20GB Ultra ATA/100

Floppy Disk Drive ¶ 

  • 1.44MB 3.5'

CD-ROM Drive ¶ 

  • 24x CD

Sound Subsystem ¶ 

  • Cirrus Logic CS4299-XQ

Pointing Device ¶ 

  • Touchpad by Synaptics

Modem ¶ 

  • V.90 Modem/14.4 Fax

Ethernet ¶ 

  • 10/100Mbps Fast-Ethernet, Wake on-LAN ready

Dimensions/Weight ¶ 

  • 12.2" x 10.2 " x 1.44"
  • 6.12 pounds (with primary battery)

AC Power ¶ 

  • 100-240V AC AutoSensing Adapter

Operating System ¶ 

  • Windows XP Home

Troubleshooting ¶ 

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