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Ferrari 5000... il sogno...

Annunciato ieri ed è già nei miei sogni...

Ferrari 5000

Especially crafted with a thin and light carbon fiber casing -- styled in black and in the exclusive "Ferrari red" -- this inimitable notebook is equipped to be the technology leader in 15.4" desktop replacement segment.


Performance: the AMD Turion™ 64 X2 processor delivers the best power output for heavy-application users seeking for a notebook to keep peace with today's data processing needs.


Communication: bundled with the handy Acer Bluetooth® VoIP phone, the Ferrari 5000 also exploits the potential of visual communication with Acer Video Conference solution that comprises Acer OrbiCam™, a 1.3 megapixel webcamera mounted at the top of the LCD panel. Sporting every kind of wired and wireless connectivity option, it comes complete with WLAN (with Acer InviLink 802.11a/b/g  Wi-Fi CERTIFIED solution, supporting Acer SignalUp™ wireless technology), WPAN with built-in Bluetooth 2.0 module, LAN connection with Gigabit Ethernet cards and standard connectivity through the integrated 56K ITU V.92 modem.


Storage capacity: the Ferrari 5000 offers a generous HDD (up to 160 GB) and the choice between a slot-loading DVD-Super Multi double-layer drive or the last generation HD-DVD drive. In addition a card-reader welcomes 5 types of memory cards.


Update: ecco alcune foto:

Update2: possibile che mi accorgo solo ora che i post su neowin e osnn sono stati fatti dalla fila di fronte alla mia...? Sti ragazzi sono veramente fuori...

Print | posted on sabato 3 giugno 2006 18:02 |



# re: Ferrari 5000... il sogno...

Concordo, veramente molto bello.
05/06/2006 12:46 | Nicola
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