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I’ve been seeing pictures of the Acer Ferrari One 11.6 inch laptop for so long that I almost didn’t notice that it wasn’t available in the US. But it turns out that it wasn’t… until today.

The Ferrai One features a similar keyboard and form factor to Acer’s Timeline series of 11.6 inch laptops. But the Ferrari One has a more angular red lid with a Ferrari logo emblazoned on it. The computer also offers a bit more oomph in the graphics department than the Acer Aspire 1810T and other Timeline-branded notebooks. While those models have Intel CULV processors and integrated graphics, the Acer Ferrari One has a 1.2GHz AMD Athlon 64 X2 CPU and ATI Mobility Radeon HD 3200 graphics.

The laptop also features a 6 cell battery, 802.11b/g/n WiFi, and Bluetooth. It packs 4GB of RAM, a 250GB hard drive, and Acer says it should get up to 5 hours of battery life.

The Acer Ferrari One weighs 3.3 pounds and it’s available for pre-order from Amazon for $599.99.

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12 replies on “Acer Ferrari One now available in the US for $600”

  1. So… I don’t care about what car company they’ve hooked up with, but ultimately, what’s a better machine? This, or the Acer 1810T with the SU7300?

    Same price, which I don’t care about anyway, but if you were to buy one, and needed to do some Photoshop work and valued horsepower over battery life, which would be the better way to go?

    1. The Ferrari One offers more graphic processing then the Acer Timeline, because of the ATI HD3200 with 284MB RAM. This is a dedicated memory and also shares addition RAM when needed from system. My wife gave me the Acer Ferrari One for a Christmas present and I am really liking this power in a Netbook size with 11.6″ LCD. I have used the MSI Wind for a year daily for my work, now I will have the Ferrari to bring along and do more.

  2. You know it looks almost identical ,specs price and size wise to a fujitsu unit that Frys is already selling

    And no HDMI out, only VGA

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