I am a huge fan of cars. I like sports cars of all types, but I get really excited when the cars are exotic, hail from Italy and sport a prancing horse on the hood. I will never be able to afford a Ferrari of my own, unless I hit the lottery, but I can afford the dead sexy Acer Ferrari One netbook.
This sexy, red machine has all sorts of Ferrari inspired cues that make it one of the best looking machines you can buy. It looks high-tech and really stands out from the more plebian netbook hoards. I often lament the fact that all netbooks are pretty much the same, but thankfully Acer offers something a lot different here.
The unique aspects of the machine extend further than the Ferrari red hue on the lid and the faux carbon fiber of the wrist rest. The hardware isn't your average netbook fare either. The hardware that Acer chose for this machine certainly helps to set it apart as well.
If you are tired of owning a netbook that looks like every other machine on the market, the Acer Ferrari One may be exactly what you are looking for, even if it is just like some of the other Acer One 11.6-inch netbooks under all its good looks.
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