Acer Ferrari One £383 @ Micro Anvika
Acer Ferrari One £383 @ Micro Anvika

Acer Ferrari One £383 @ Micro Anvika

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The Acer Ferrari One, with its 11.6 High-Definition screen, AMDs Second Generation Technology for Ultrathin Platforms, 5-hours battery life and exquisite details that celebrate the worlds most prestigious racing heritage, is dedicated to those who see beyond perfection.


Full Spcifications

Processor: AMD Athlon 64 X2 dual-core processor (L310 512 KB L2 cache 1.20GHz)
Memory: 2GB of DDR2 800 MHz memory (2x2GB) (upgradeable to 4GB)
Hard Disk Drive: 250GB
Display: 11.6" HD 1366 x 768 pixel resolution LCD TFT (16:9 aspect ratio)
Graphics: ATI Radeon HD 3200 (256MB of dedicated system memory)
Dual independent display support
Multi-gesture touchpad pointing device
Multimedia: Two Built-in stereo speakers, S/PDIF, Multi-in-1 card reader
Webcam: Integrated Acer Crystal Eye webcam
Interfaces: Three USB 2.0 ports, Fast infrared (FIR) port, External display (VGA) port
Networking: Ethernet (RJ-45) port, 802.11a/b/g/Draft-N Wi-Fi
Software: Acer Assist Acer Crystal Eye Acer GridVista Acer Launch Manager Acer eRecovery Management Acer Product Registration Acer Store Patch Acer Video Conference Manager 4.5 Ferrari wallpaper and screensaver Adobe Flash Player 10 Adobe Reader 9.1 Customized Internet Explorer 8.0 eSobi Google Setup Google Toolbar McAfee Internet Security Suite (Trial) Microsoft Works Office Home and Student 2007 (Trial) Windows Media Player 10
Weight: 1.4kg
Warranty: One-year International Travelers Warranty

There are better deals out there imo.


While this is a great laptop if you can put up with the garish styling the deal is poor....didn't spend any real time searching and already found Amazon are selling at £378.

If interested Review here: reviews.cnet.co.uk/lap…htm gets a 9.0 from CNet and 9.5 from Users

doesn't this unit suffer with the "The One With Joey's Porsche" syndrome???

If you have a Ferrari you wouldn't have one.... if you'd have one of these you couldn't afford a Ferrari

it's also a another step up from having a MAC purely because they're white and shiny

Isn't this based around the 751 netbook? That generally sugggests it looks good but carppy build quality and flexi keyboard etc. so I wouldn't feel confident this was any better?

It's a very good note/netbook but you can get it for £399 from Argos with 3gb ram or get PC World to price match Argos and beat it by 10% for £360 ish
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