Ferrari and its famous prancing steed is synonymous with unparalleled speed on the asphalt. The Italian thoroughbred has teamed up with Acer in the past to produce blazing fast notebooks, and their latest collaboration has produced the Ferrari 5000 and 1000 notebooks that come in a carbon fibre casing. The 5000 boasts an AMD Turion 64 X2 processor with a built-in 1.3-megapixel camera, a card reader, Bluetooth & WiFi connectivity, Gigabit Ethernet, 160GB HDD and an HD DVD drive when available. The smaller 1000 is a 12.1″ version of the 1000, sharing the same internal features. Expect to pay more than a premium for either notebook.
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