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Acer Ferrari One ultraportable: no V12, just a 1.2GHz Athlon

Acer Ferrari One ultraportable: no V12, just a 1.2GHz Athlon

Acer's latest Ferrari-branded notebook has pulled up, and it's an 11.6-inch ultraportable.  The Acer Ferrari One has a 1.2GHz AMD Athlon 64 X2 dual-core processor under the hood, together with 4GB of DDR2 memory, a 250GB 5,400rpm hard-drive and ATI Mobility Radeon HD 3200 graphics.  As with other Acer Ferrari models, there's plenty of fake carbon fiber together with a one-touch shortcut key to the supercar manufacturer's website.

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Ferrari 458 Italia unveiled: 4.5L 200+mph sportscar

Ferrari 458 Italia unveiled: 4.5L 200+mph sportscar

Ferrari have unveiled their latest supercar, the frankly delicious 458 Italia, a slippery wedge of V8-powered insanity that will replace the F430.  The combination of a freshly-fettled 4.5-liter 562 horsepower V8 and carefully engineered aerodynamics means the 458 Italia not only makes the o-60mph dash in under 3.4 seconds but does so with the lowest emissions and fuel consumption in its class.

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Acer Ferrari 1200 12.1-inch ultraportable launches in Milan

Acer Ferrari 1200 12.1-inch ultraportable launches in Milan

Not content with the budget end of the ultraportable market, Acer have announced yet another Ferrari notebook as part of the branding deal with the Italian supercar manufacturer.  The Acer Ferrari 1200 has a 12.1-inch LED-backlit display, AMD Turion X2 Ultra dual-core mobile processor and up to 4GB of  DDR2 memory, but we all know that far more important is the carbon-fiber cover, anodized-metal touchpad (said to resemble the car's pedals) and soft-touch coating.

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Acer launches F-22Bid Limited Edition Ferrari-Branded monitor

Acer launches F-22Bid Limited Edition Ferrari-Branded monitor

Acer has teamed up with exotic car manufacturer Ferrari to bring you a limited edition LCD monitor known as F-22Bid- A natively 1680x1050, 22-inch widescreen LCD gaming display capable of 2ms Grey-To-Grey response time. The disclose specification of 20,000:1 contrast and brightness level of 300cd/m² suggested the manufacturer’s target is in gaming segment rather than professional uses. Likely another 22-inchTN panel monitor makes suitable for fast response gaming gig.

Limited Edition Ferrari Motorola Z8 dropped

Limited Edition Ferrari Motorola Z8 dropped

Ferrari, a company less and less known for the consumer grade vehicles they make, and more and more for their prowess on a race track is releasing more and more products with their name and badging on them. Check out this Moto Z8 banana slider phone featuring their name, logos, and color scheme.

CEDIA 2007 – Meridian Audio Limited Ferrari F80 isn’t a car

CEDIA 2007 – Meridian Audio Limited Ferrari F80 isn’t a car

The Meridian F80 is as portable of a version of audio Mecca as you will likely see this year. Just this thing’s appearance is a work of art worthy of the Ferrari name created by Enzo Anselmo Ferrari.

Let’s start with what’s built into the device, first there is the CD/DVD player. That’s right, not only does it play music, but if you hook it up to a video display it will play DVDs. Then there are the radios, AM/FM, those are kind of standard, but there is also DAB radio.

Stefan Eriksson’s Dietrich Found

Stefan Eriksson’s Dietrich Found

You all remember that Gizmondo handheld? Yeah, me neither, clearly much ado about nothing, but here you are again reading about the companies executives. Well “Dietrich” has been found.

For those of you that may have forgotten, “Dietrich” was the gentleman who was accused of being the driver of the $1 million plus Ferrari Enzo that was wrecked in Malibu some time ago. In the end, one of the most perfect cars of our time, was cleaved in twain by a telephone pole.

Super-Ferrari owner uses it as daily-driver

Super-Ferrari owner uses it as daily-driver

The one thing worse than knowing there are hyper-rich people out there with all the cool toys you'd love to own, is knowing that they don't actually use most of them.  Which is why it's semi-refreshing to read about James Glickenhaus, who commissioned a one-of-a-kind custom Ferrari called the P4/5; okay, so he's still indecently wealthy but at least he drives the car rather than leave it sat in an air-conditioned garage.

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