Acer Ferrari 1100 Driver
Steering away from tradition, Acer's latest Ferrari, the limited edition (just 99 models in Australia) Ferrari , doesn't sport the bulkier 15in. Acer Aspire E15 iU. ATI Radeon Xpress X It is an onboard graphic chip, implemented on AMD MG. AMD Turion 64 X2: AMD Turion 64 X2 is intended to be positioned against the Intel Core Duo was presented in Does the prancing horse add a little mystique to Acer's latest in Page 1 Acer Ferrari Review; Page 2 Acer Ferrari Review.
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Acer Ferrari 1100 Driver
The Ferrari is the first inch Ferrari to include a built-in optical drive. While we love the Acer Ferrari 1100 performance and sporty, sophisticated design, we wishthis notebookhad a little more endurance.
Design The falls between the ultraportable and thin-and-light categories because it has a small inch screen, but weighs a relatively hefty 4. But, unlike Acer's Aspireseries, whose dated beige color scheme is supposed to resemble Acer Ferrari 1100 interior of a BMW, the Ferrari looks and feels like its namesake.
The lid has a fine black-and-gray racing check pattern with Ferrari's small yellow insignia stamped in the center. The rest of the carbon Acer Ferrari 1100 chassis is matte black with glossy gray accents, except for the glossy bezel and area above the keyboard, which houses launch points for OutlookInternet Explorer, and Acer's Launch Manager.
Flanking the stiff touch buttons are tapered speakers. Comp Reviews The Acer Ferrari is certainly a small notebook for those who require a fair amount of power.
The processor, memory and hard drive make this a very strong performing system. The Acer Ferrari 1100 to all of this is a system that is fairly heavy and makes it less travel worthy than many other options in the ultraportable market. Laptop Mag Acer finally adds an optical drive to its blazing inch Ferrari, but it runs out of gas a little too fast.
CNet When we looked at Acer's first Ferrari-themed ultraportable, the Ferrariwe liked its car-themed style and strong performance, but were disappointed by its mediocre battery life. We opened the box of its successor, the Ferrariwith some anticipation--this is, after all, a well-designed, full-featured Acer Ferrari 1100 laptop that ought to impress.
But alas: Our other main gripe with the Ferrarithough, is the weight. We weighed our sample in at just less than 2kg, at 1.
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Competing systems, such as the Samsung Q45 Acer Ferrari 1100, weigh only 1. Naturally the Ferrari has all the Ferrari-brand decorations you'll need to flaunt this status-symbol about, including a Ferrari badge and the extremely gimmicky power button that's designed to look like an ignition key-slot from a car.
The notebook's speakers take on a slim and tapered shape that's generally associated Acer Ferrari 1100 sports-car headlights, and the Ferrari boasts Dolby Virtual Surround Sound. Calling the resulting audio output 'surround' would be sacrilege, but it does widen the sound-stage a little.
The audio quality of the internal Acer Ferrari 1100 is quite nice at the high end of the audio spectrum, but their small physical size and the absence of a subwoofer ultimately results in a hollow bass-less twang. But possibly the loveliest part of this machine is, believe it or not, the touchpad.