Just like the car, it doesn’t mean a Ferrari badge would render your device immune to obsolescence. While it will still look pretty sleek many more years down the road, turning on any old school Acer Ferrari One netbook or notebook by then would be somewhat akin to playing with an antique. Well, Acer has certainly caught whiff of this, and they have plans to update the Ferrari One notebook with an AMD Ontario processor which is incidentally part of the upcoming AMD Fusion line. Word on the street has it that this notebook ought to hit the market before the year is over, but that might be rather difficult since AMD’s Ontario was slated for an early 2011 release. Guess we will just have to wait and see for a more accurate representation of events to come.
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