|Screen Size||11.6 inches|
|Processor||1.2 GHz AMD Athlon|
|RAM||4 GB DDR2 SDRAM|
|Hard Drive||250 GB mechanical_hard_drive|
|Graphics Coprocessor||ATI Radeon HD 3200|
|Wireless Type||802.11abg, 802.11A|
Acer Ferrari One FO200-1799 11.6-Inch Red Netbook - Up to 5 Hours of Battery Life
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- 1.2 GHz AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual-Core Processor L310
- 4096MB DDR2 667MHz Memory
- 250GB 5400RPM SATA Hard Drive, 802.11a/b/g/Draft-N Wi-Fi Certified
- 11.6" HD Widescreen Acer CrystalBrite LED-backlit Display, ATI Radeon HD 3200 Graphics
- Windows 7 Home Premium, Up to 5 Hours of Battery Life
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Top Customer Reviews
- It looks nice.
- Has plenty of space and Ram (250gb and 4gb)
- Has 64-bit Windows pre-installed.
- Not "too much" bloated ware.
- The web cam is pretty good.(for web cam)
- Pretty light weight.
- Screen is pretty good for this size.
- the On-board 3200 is enough for all day-to-day work and a lot of games.
- Could use a little more ram (Max is 4GB, prefer 8gb max)
- HDD could be a little faster, 5400 rpm is a bit slow for me, AS my desktop is Dual Raptor soon going to SSD.
- CPU can be a little faster, heat concerns maybe?
- The Keyboard needs a little time to get used to.
- There is no way this thing can get 5 Hours of battery life with the pre-installed Windows setup and stock battery. I would say 3 something Hours, MAX. I will try to do a clean install when I have the time. Then I will post an update here.
My last Ferrari was the 4000, got this Ferrari One for over a week. I would say it worth every penny. I carry it in my bag right now and after a day of running around my shoulder is still ok ! (the old one, which is a full feature notebook, well, it served me well for like 3+ years. kinda heavy)
They should've kept the shell like the old one, meaning they should kept it the Carbon Fibre look. Red is ok but ... I dont know. I might need some time to get used to.
Oh by the way, Just get the Acer's extended warranty. You might think its not worth it, but trust me, ACER's warranty is actually pretty good. When you have a problem, just give them a call, give them your number, everything setup. you get your laptop back in about a week or so.Read more ›
and guess what.. I travel a lot, so I decided I needed a netbook (It needed to be cheap because I was paying for it) but actually useful not some low power consumption 1.6Ghz ATOM (or worse) and that you didn't need to be an Olympic weight lifter to lug around (i'm a Geek after all), and it could actually last on the road at least for a reasonable part of the day, as well as in the office with a large HD LCD screen on high res. (most netbooks the graphics card lets them down in this area)
The Acer Ferrari One meets those needs and then some - I'm really happy with it!
Video / Graphics meets the requirements (and yes it can actually run BF2, at least well enough for when you need to frag something sitting in a hotel room), I installed Win7 Ultimate x64 and it hasn't missed a beat - in the office I typically have Outlook 2007, Word / Excel and probably 6 or 7 browser sessions open plus Office Communicator, TweetDeck and VISIO or Groove and I can still do full video conferencing without any performance hit.
Out of the office it's typically lasting me a solid 4 plus hours before I start to have to watch the power meter (it waits until it gets to 10% before starting the warning prompts).
Only thing I'm not impressed with is the colour (Ferrari RED) - hate it! why can't this spec come in other colours? - however to be fair my wife and daughters love the Red (also another reason I wish it came in another colour)..
For $599 USD it was a no brainer, and since I bought mine 3 others in the office have too.
It gets noticed everywhere, and the Ferrari emblem on the cover is an actual 3D emblem (not a sticker). The quality and attention to detail is very well thought out, and for $600 you really will be overwhelmed.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought this thing for more than one year
Pro: it's faster than normal netbook. it looks good. works fine.
con: battery doesn't last long. 2 and half hours normal use. Read more
I purchased this about a year ago and have since upgraded to 8GB of DDR2, a 256 GB SSD and windows 7 Ultimate, 64bit. for a little box it runs amazing. Read morePublished on February 17, 2011 by Rich Moss
I have read several of these reviews and I'm thinking, "What are these people doing with their netbooks". I am a true techie from way back and this baby is nice. Read morePublished on January 30, 2011 by Ms. Tech
I love this netbook for its light weight, fast speed and sex appeal (hot red exterior and the cool Ferrari emblem, what's not to like). Read morePublished on January 21, 2011 by Arthur Huong Bao
This is one heck of a nice netbook sized but desktop replacement powerful computer. The Ferrarri styling is just the icing on an already near perfect cake. Read morePublished on October 23, 2010 by Christopher J. Davlin
I support computers for an engineering firm and get to deal with a lot of laptops. Have been evaluating netbooks for mobile workers. Bought the wife a Winbook. Read morePublished on October 23, 2010 by John Wilson
I bought this because I already own an Aspire One (AO751h), which has the best keyboard I've ever seen in a netbook, but comes with a weak processor. Read morePublished on October 7, 2010 by Eduardo M.
My wife purchased this as an Anniversary gift in July among many other gifts. (She's the best!) When I opened the box I was instantly drawn to the sleek design. Read morePublished on September 28, 2010 by Amazon Customer
I've had this laptop for several weeks now. It works great. The keyboard is large enough to make typing easy. While it is small and compact, the screen is a nice size. Read morePublished on September 11, 2010 by TAZZY
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