Some files at could be packed with winzip or winrar software.Driver files firmware updates and manuals presented here is the property of their respectful owners.This laptop walks a fine line between being a desktop replacement and a portable powerhouse.It's not a small device at 6.3 lbs, and boasting a large 15.4" LCD screen, but it is still vaguely portable and less demanding of battery power than it might be due to AMD's Turion64 processor power-saving technology. - AMD Turion 64 ML-37 processor: 2GHz, 64KB L1 Cache, 1MB L2 Cache - ATI Radeon Xpress 200P chipset with Mobility Radeon X700 GPU and 128MB video memory - 1GB DDR333 SO-DIMM (2x 512MB), upgradeable to 2GB maximum- 15.4" WSXGA TFT LCD display (1680 x 1050 resolution) - Broadcom (802.11b g) wifi, Gigabit wired Ethernet LAN, Bluetooth - 2.5" Ultra DMA 66/100, 100GB (5400rpm) hard drive - 8x DVD-RW/CD-RW slot loading combo drive (Panasonic Model: UJ-845-C) - Audio AC'97 2.2, built-in dual speakers and microphone, speaker/headphone- I/O Ports: 1x PCMCIA, 4x USB 2.0, VGA, DVI, S-video, IEEE 1394a, Mic in, Headphone, RJ11, RJ45, 5-in-1 media reader- 56K v.92 Fax/modem - 2-3.5 hrs battery life w/h 4800m Ah battery- Weight: 6.3 Lbs- Size: 14.3" x 10.5" x 1.4" The Acer Ferrari 4005 WLMi notebook is powered by an AMD Turion64 ML-37 processor running at 2.0GHz (with 1MB of level 2 cache memory), 1GB of DDR-333 system memory, an integrated ATI Mobility Radeon X700 video card with 128MB of dedicated video memory and a large 15.4" LCD screen.The Turion64 provides compatibility with both 32-bit and 64-bit operating systems and programs, and has the same performance advantages that AMD's successful line of Athlon64 desktop processors boast. technology to dynamically shift speeds between 800MHz and 2.0GHz depending on the requirements of the operating system and notebook power settings.
The lid features a glossy, metallic finish that's, yes, Ferrari red, surrounding an embossed Ferrari logo.
A few producers have given the motorcar subject a spin however have missed the mark.
Case in point, the i Tronix Hummer plan makes a less than impressive display with regards to of speaking to the Hummer SUV, and its cost is unfeasible; the Asus VX1 Lamborghini has the looks yet isn’t generally accessible; and there is discussion about Cisnet turning out with a NASCAR portable workstation, however I haven’t seen anything yet.
Acer missed an obvious but appropriate opportunity by not billing the Ferrari One as the "Ferrari of netbooks." Perhaps it's because Acer doesn't classify the Ferrari One as a netbook at all, even though its screen, keyboard, and size are nearly identical to Acer's 11.6-inch-screened Aspire One netbook.
But underneath its Ferrari-red paint job lies the power train of a dual-core Athlon X2 notebook that leaves Atom-powered netbooks in the dust, and Acer may very well not want to associate this little hot rod with a category not known for performance.