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Acer TravelMate P6 TMP633-M-6639 Intel Core i3 4GB Memory 500GB HDD 13.3" Notebook Windows 7 Professional 64-bit

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  • Intel Core i3 2348M
  • 4GB Memory 500GB HDD
  • Win7 Pro 64-bit
  • Energy Star 5.0
  • Intel vPro Technology
  • TPM 1.2 Compliant Design

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Acer TravelMate P6 Commercial Notebook - TMP633-M-6639

Acer TravelMate P6 TMP633-M-6639 Commercial Notebook

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The 13.3" Acer TravelMate P633-M notebook packs an Intel® Core™ processor to deliver rock-solid performance. Trusted Platform Mod 1.2 enables robust security, while a fiberglass & Mg-Al alloy chassis ensures durability. This notebook's relatively small form factor means it travels well, and its long battery life ensures on-the-road productivity.


Acer TravelMate P633-M Notebook Feature
  • Intel® Core™ Processor Family
    Intel® HD Graphics with WiDi and Multi-monitor support
  • TPM 1.2 Compliant Design
  • Intel® HD Graphics
  • USB 3.0 with Power-off Charging
  • Express Card Support
  • Multi-Level Acer ProShield Security with Bio-Protection Fingerprint Reader
  • Docking Convenience with Acer ProDock
  • Innovative reliability with Acer DustDefender, next gen DASP, resilient case design with Mg-Al cage, new metal-alloy hinge with autolock, spill-resistant keyboard, scratch-resistant keys, and advanced thermal comfort
  • Portability with Large Volume HDD or Fast SSD Options
  • Acer PowerSmart Long Life Battery / ENERGY STAR 5.0 / EPEAT GOLD
Acer TravelMate P633-M Notebook Detail - Part1
Acer TravelMate P633-M Notebook Detail - Part2
1: Acer ComfyView LED-backlit TFT LCD 2: Acer FineTouch Keyboard
3: Oversized Touchpad 4: Fingerprint Reader
5: Responsive touchpad buttons 6: USB 3.0 Port with Power-Off Charging
7: USB 2.0 / eSATA Port 8: HDMI Port
9: External Display (VGA) Port 10: Ethernet (RJ-45) Port
11: Productivity Hotkeys 12: Two USB 3.0 Ports
13: ExpressCard Reader 14: Multiple Card Reader


Processor Intel Core i3-2348M 2.3GHz
Screen 13.3" Widescreen, 1366 x 768
Memory 4GB DDR3, Max to 8GB
Storage 500GB SATA 5400RPM
Graphics Intel HD Graphics 3000
Operation System Windows 7 Professional 64-bit
Communications Gigabit LAN, 802.11a/b/g/n WLAN, Bluetooth 4.0+HS
Battery 87Wh 6000mAh 8-cell Li-ion battery pack

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Warranty, Returns, And Additional Information
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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 2 years
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 2 years
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  • Kaylin Y.
  • 7/12/2015 8:49:19 PM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsWorth the value...

Pros: This is a very good laptop for the time that it was released. It was released well after Windows 8, with Windows 7 on it. It was also somehow able to install Windows 8 when I first bought it, but I didn't want that so I chose not to install it. I think that too much stuff from Windows 8 (namely the installation files) were placed onto it, and therefore things started breaking on it.

Cons: The microphone that is internal is pretty bad. If you are typing while using it, every time you press a key, your speech is interrupted. It's very frustrating when trying to multi-task.

I tried upgrading the RAM, to 8GB. This was successful, but I noticed no REAL difference in the overall performance of the PC.

The wireless networking card is what I am having HUGE problems with now. It's been just over a year, most of which I used a wired connection, and now that I have been using strictly wireless (about three months) the wireless card now has SERIOUS trouble connecting, and keeping an internet connection to the router that is less than 15 feet away, through one very thin wall.

Honestly, it's worth the value. I bought it for $350, which is about what it's worth. Honestly, though... just suck it up and get a $500 laptop, even if that means waiting a little longer without a laptop.

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  • 5/31/2015 10:44:46 AM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsAcer scam with battery expire by date

Pros: On March 2014 I bought two of the Acer TravelMate P6 P633-M-6639. I use one, and keep the other unused as a backup inc ase the first one fails.
A year and a half past that date, the first laptop stop charging with "blinking orange". The battery was keeping good charge (for a close to six hours), before that failure. The blink orange never occured before, but now it is blinking orange and there is no charge to the battery. Not even for 1 second. Can a battery go dead with seldom use? It was holding charge for 6 hours. I got the second laptop that I have as a backup,, and plugged it: it blinks orange with not charge. It is a new laptop bough the same date as the first, and it is not charging!

Cons: Acer engineer orchestrated a scam: forced a date-time chip to keep an expiration date to the battery of this model. The battery will stop charging regardless of its usage.
It looks like to force the consumer to buy a new battery after a year and a half (or 18 months). Quite an interesting prediction!

Other Thoughts: The blink orange with no battery charge is due to a programmed chip that keeps a date-time logic for the expiration of this laptop battery.
Laptop battery will expire not due to its number of time being charged, rather by the date being programmed internally on a chip.

Acer should have learned from HP to expire a device with a programmed chip. In the late 90's, HP was delivering color print cartridges for its ink jet series that expired by date, that is new cartridges will never work if they are used past a specific date.

Changing the date in the BIOS will not resolve the "blinking orange" and no charge, because the logic is integrated seperately and being itched in the batter chip and the computer charging chip.


Horrible company that forced expiration date on their battery with a prommable chip.

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  • Nathan C.
  • 5/15/2014 11:16:03 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGood Laptop

Pros: - Small and slim
- Windows 7 Pro
- Good price
- Matte screen: No glare!
- Lots of storage
- CPU is surprisingly fast
- GPU is also capable: Plays Minecraft at over 100 FPS and 1080p YouTube no issue.
- AMAZING battery life: Best I've ever had. ~8 hours.
- Amazing build quality: One of the most durable laptops I've ever had. No creaking.......very solid. Metal and fiberglass. Although has some plastic too.
- Great keyboard: Everyone else was saying how the keyboard is bad, but honestly it is really good

Cons: - Very slow HDD
- Says warranty is already registered
- Bloat.....lots of it
- Bios is locked down and unable to flash them
- Screen has poor brightness and mediocre colors

Other Thoughts: Stock 5400 RPM HDD is very sluggish and would randomly hang. Upgraded to a 256 GB Crucial M500 SSD and it is blazing fast now, with no hiccups.

I wanted to update my BIOS, but have been unable to, since it is for some reason locked. Acer provides next to no information on how to fix it either. I guess I will just stick to this BIOs version.

Also be aware that you cannot reinstall Windows from a disc, since it won't activate with the OEM key. You must use their hidden partition recovery instead, which is a pain. I got around this......but that is a long story.

As for the warranty, the problem is that when I tried to register, it said that this laptop warranty was already registered to someone else. I have to still find time to contact support and hopefully they should be able to resolve the issue.

All in all, I am still giving it 5 stars, because for a $400 laptop it is amazing.

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  • Richard W.
  • 4/6/2014 12:41:36 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsIncredible value on solid laptop

Pros: Battery Life- 13 hours is better than most Chromebooks
Light weight and compact dimensions
Upgradeable to 16 GB RAM
Excellent Wifi receiver
Windows 7 Pro- assuming Msft doesn't abandon it to make owners 'upgrade' to Win 8
Quiet- streaming Netflix the fan barely spins up and it is a quiet fan. I can't hear the HD at all.
Multi-display capability

Cons: No optical drive- but needed rarely these days
Intel I3 with integrated graphics is not exactly a screamer
Usual PC bloat, but less than HP
Doesn't come with a recovery disc- need to burn your own with an external burner- can't use thumb drive for recovery.
That's about it

Other Thoughts: Since there aren't many reviews for this yet thought I'd add my 2 cents. I agree with another reviewer that they must have upgraded several components of this laptop, because the keyboard is not at all mushy (it is slightly loud, but most keyboards are), the mouse pad is responsive and has three finger touch ability and the screen is more than adequate; it's not a high output IPS screen but at this price you can't expect that.

What you do get is a responsive, easily transportable machine big and powerful enough to do real work. Plus you can add the Acer Pro Dock and use this with a full size monitor and keyboard/mouse at home and pop it out to take on the road with one button. Feels really solid, and the lid has a brushed look that adds a little eye candy (a little- it is basically a business/school tool after all).

Bought an LG external DVD burner for the rare times I need that capability, and will be upgrading the RAM to 8 GB. Otherwise,
I am very happy with this machine, and as this is the higher end Acer designed for business use, am hopeful that it will last quite a while.

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  • Kaylin Y.
  • 3/31/2014 10:05:01 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsExcellent Laptop

Pros: - Awesome Speed
- Windows 7
- Highly Portable
- Battery Style makes ventilation underneath the laptop more highly functional.
- Plays relatively casual games with high graphics with 110FPS (i.e. MineCraft)

Cons: None

Other Thoughts: Honestly, if you are looking for a cheap, high-performance laptop that could play the occasional casual game well, this is an excellent choice.

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  • 3/29/2014 12:58:34 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsGreat Laptop; not so great support

Pros: Small size, decent performance, good future upgradeability, Windows 7 Professional is always a plus. 2-year warranty, amazing battery [wife estimates 6-7 hours]. Price at the time of purchase.

Cons: Poor support, runs slower and warmer than i thought,

Other Thoughts: The laptop itself is 5-eggs for the laptop, 3-4 eggs for Acer tech support, 1-2 eggs for McAfee.

I bought this laptop for my wife; she doesn't like the size of my HP 15.6'' laptop. It's about 4 years old and runs extremely hot; so hot it can cause burns.
She does surveys online, and like web surfing. The price was right.
When we got the laptop, the trial version of McAfee didn't work. Chatted with Acer; they said go to McAfee and if they can't help then I need to do a system restore. They were nice and professional, but odd they couldn't help; not a good sign that i'm on tech support less than 30 min after turning on laptop.
Was on phone with Mcafee. Since I didn't create Mcafee account they wouldn't help, just about hung up. Called 2nd time, and was on phone for at least an hr; wouldn't help unless I have them proof of purchase that stated that the Trial version of McAfee had to be on the paperwork that showed the software baseline. Not even Newegg or Acer had that information readily available. However 10 min later the software worked.
McAfee was very rude.

The laptop is amazing; my wife loves it!!. I have some faith that Acer would help me if something happened; but after the experience I had with McAfee i would be unlikely to purchase their product. 5-eggs for the laptop, 3-4 eggs for Acer tech support, 1-2 eggs for McAfee.

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  • Anonymous
  • 3/22/2014 5:03:18 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month

5 out of 5 eggsExcellent Value - Good Business-class Laptop

Pros: - Size and Weight
- Lots of Ports (USB, card reader, HDMI, eSATA, NIC, etc.)
- Incredible battery life
- Good keyboard

Cons: - Not the lightest beast around
- Display is good, but not full HD
- Only 4GB RAM default
- Lots of Crapware to remove

Other Thoughts: This Acer is a fine business-class laptop. The build is rock solid. The display hinges are tight and the finish is superb. I think the 5400 rpm drive and i3 are a compromise, but the machine still functions well enough for business users.

Acer is very generous with ports on this laptop - 3 USB 3.0 ports, an eSATA, SD card reader, VGA, HDMI and NIC. The battery acts as a base for the rear of the machine. This is slightly awkward carrying it, but the payoff is up to 12 hours of battery life. I can say with certainty that I got 6-7 hours of life while continuously customizing the laptop, as well as applying almost 400MB of MS updates.

The keys are somewhat flat, but I can still type well on it (sorry, no chiclets or Lenovo-quality keys here). The power supply is a bit large for this small laptop, but not too heavy.

I would highly recommend the CaseLogic 13/14" laptop case - it is beautiful and a perfect fit for the P6.

Finally, the machine comes with Windows 7 Pro 64-bit. I dropped another 4GB stick in it and it's truly a workable solution for executives or other traveling business people. I know tablets are popular - I use an iPad 4 and a Surface Pro - but nothing has really replaced a laptop with a full-size, functioning keyboard and plenty of ports (especially USB and NIC).

I highly recommend this laptop - especially while it's on sale. $410 is a steal.

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  • 3/5/2014 10:23:38 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsBuyer Beware

Pros: None. Dead on arrival.

Cons: To much time wasted determining that this was something I should buy and it ended up not working when I received it.

Other Thoughts: This was my first and last ACER product. Very poor quality control.

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  • m w.
  • 2/20/2014 9:31:25 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsMoney well spent

Pros: 1. Win 7 Pro
2. 9+ hr battery life
3. Comfortable, human-size keyboard
4. Sturdy build
5. Good WiFi reception
6. HDMI and USB 3
7. Light(ish) weight
8. Long wall wart cord

Cons: 1. No optical drive (CD/DVD)
2. So-so screen
3. Battery design makes for awkward storage in a sleeve

Other Thoughts: Installing 4GB RAM was E-Z--remove tiny phillips head access screws, open compartment, snap in RAM card, close compartment--badda-bing! As good as 4GB RAM was, 8GB makes this puppy smooth and quick, especially with multiple tabs open, WiFi, word
processing, etc.

In summary, and paraphrasing Pontius Pilate, I can't find much fault with this laptop.

1) The keyboard is designed for average-sized human hands and the key feel and rebound are good for all day typing; key arrangement is good.

2) WiFi reception is above average and the WiFi machinery doesn't mess with my router the way the Lenovo ThinkPad E/Atheros combo did.

3) Windows 7 Pro is still the most stable OS I've ever used and, in my experience, even better than Apple.

4) The 9+ hour battery life is impressive.

5) The construction is sturdy.

6) Just about every conceivable connection, including HDMI and USB 3.

7) Light enough to carry without strain, and the battery design provides for a grip at the end of the forearm supporting the laptop.

8) The screen is good for front-and-center viewing, but has a narrow range of view, is matte finished, and not really designed for watching flicks or gaming.

9) You'll need an external CD/DVD dealy-o if you want the use of an optical drive.

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  • Anonymous
  • 2/9/2014 9:34:33 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGREAT Machine

Pros: Rugged
Stable and reliable
Nice performance
Tons of I/O
Can run two external displays from the HDMI and VGA ports simultaneously

Cons: None that I can think of

Other Thoughts: I added another 4Gb DDR3 RAM module and wow did it improve speed and literally cut boot time in half; from 50 seconds to 25 seconds.

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