The Acer Ferrari One
The top of the lid is swathed in the sexy Ferrari red and has the prancing horse logo that Ferrari is famous for. The paint quality is first rate on this netbook.
Nothing to see on the back of this netbook; no grates, no ports, no nuttin'.
The left hand side of the machine has a VGA output, USB port, and a cooling grate.
The front of the machine is pretty sparse; you can see a bit of chrome from the track pad buttons and the cooling grates on the bottom.
The right side of the notebook has the AC port, RJ45 connector, two USB ports, audio ports, memory card reader and a Kensington lock port.
This is the full bottom shot of the machine. You can see the cooling grates, battery pack and the cool feet that look like tires.
This is a cool touch; here you see a close up of the cool feet that look like the tire from a Ferrari.
The keyboard is a chicklet style that is well spaced and has good typing feel. You can also see the multitouch track pad here as well.
The screen is very glossy as you can see, but it does well with colors.
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