Acer Ferrari One Netbook with F1 World Champion Valve

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(image: Ferrari) Acer Ferrari One Netbook with F1 World Champion Valve | US$581.00 | store.ferrari.com

still swear by netbook even with the proliferation of tablets? we applaud your dedication for these ultra-portables that had once been the talk of the town. despite the influx of tablets, netbook is still going pretty strong and just for that reason, we think you should seriously consider this beauty here: the Acer Ferrari One Netbook. it is yet another collaboration between the Taiwanese firm and the Italian marque, and since it is splashed with the prancing horse branding, you can expect a decent specs under the hood. the One comes equipped with a high-definition 11.6-inch LCD display with cinema crystal LED, a dual-core AMD ATHLON X2 processor, 2GB RAM, a 250GB HDD, Acer Crystal Eye webcam, and bears the AMD Vision and Acer GRIDVISTA Technology. another worthy mention is its sound department: this blazing Ferrari red netbook is blessed with audio-enhancing goodies such as Dolby Pro Logic, Sound Space Expander, Natural Bass Technology, and High Frequency Enhancer that optimizes other frequencies.
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it comes preinstalled with Microsoft Windows 7 Premium (64-bit) and is packed with 6-cell Li-ion battery. other highlights include interactive Formula 1 multimedia content, dedicated key to access to Ferrari.com and rubber support shaped with the pattern of the tires of the Formula One race car. this particular set is a special package available exclusively from Ferrari.com that comes with a F1 World Champion Valve. this valve is an original piece as used in the F1 World Champion’s Formula One race car and it comes with a certificate of authenticity. the Acer Ferrari One Netbook with F1 World Champion Valve retails for just $531. quite a bargain if you consider the valve memorabilia alone costs $175 a pop. check out a few more (larger) images, including a look at the valve, after the break.

Published by Mike chua

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