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Tuesday, 03 February 2009 13:22

Acer's Ferrari beauty in pictures

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Acer's Ferrari 1200 looks really good


We managed to score few pictures of the new Acer Ferrari 1200 notebook.

The new Acer Ferrari features 12.1-inch CrstalBrite backlit LCD screen, AMD's Turion X2 Ultra CPU and AMD M780G chipset. It has DirectX 10 support thanks to integrated Radeon HD 3200 graphics. We already wrote about its specifications back when it was announced, and Acer will probably have a few models of the Ferrari 1200, depending on the amount of memory, Turion X2 Ultra CPU model and amount of storage.

The little Acer Ferrari indeed looks good, and we hope that it performs accordingly. The case looks solid, and we like the fact that the lower part isn't glossy so you won't have to deal with those nasty fingerprints. The Ferrari mouse is also a nice touch. After all, who wouldn't like a Ferrari logo on a decent portable notebook.

Here are the promised pictures.

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Last modified on Tuesday, 03 February 2009 13:35

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