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Acer Ferrari One FO200-1799 notebook
Photo: Business Wire [Dec 14, 2009]

Acer America has debuted the new Ferrari One notebook to the US customers. An Acer exclusive, the Ferrari One is a full-featured, 11.6-inch notebook.

Fueled by Vision technology from AMD, the notebook delivers highly responsive, balanced multitasking performance via the AMD Athlon 64 X2 dual-core processor with low-power CPU designed for long-lasting battery power. ATI Radeon HD 3200 graphics provides high-definition visual quality coupled with up to 4GB of DDR2 667MHz system memory to drive digital and multimedia features and other demanding applications with ease. The Ferrari One comes equipped with Windows 7 Home Premium and 250GB hard drive.

Along with its 11.6-inch HD widescreen display, the Ferrari One notebook features a sleek, ultra portable design, measuring about one inch thin and weighing only 3.31 pounds. The look and feel of Formula 1 racing is shown throughout the notebook's detailed design, including the checkered palm rest extending into a comfortable full-size keyboard, the metallic LED-lit power button and yellow prancing horse emblem.

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