- A globally recognized color signifying passion, power, style and success.
- Indeed, the Ferrari 3000 is a striking symbol of cooperation between Acer and Ferrari
- Each of which has a reputation for technology, innovation and performance
- It boasts wireless connectivity, dedicated video graphics plus generously sized memory and hard drive
- The mobile AMD Athlon XP-M processor 2500+ functions at high speed
The Ferrari 3000 from Acer is the only notebook to sport Ferrari Red, a globally recognized color signifying passion, power, style and success. Indeed, the Ferrari 3000 is a striking symbol of cooperation between Acer and Ferrari, each of which has a reputation for technology, innovation and performanceThe full-featured Ferrari 3000 boasts wireless connectivity, dedicated video graphics plus generously sized memory and hard drive. The mobile AMD Athlon XP-M processor 2500+ functions at high speed but with low power consumption and was developed exclusively for this notebook.The Ferrari 3000 makes a stylish statement about its owner while providing performance to spare.
Recognized globally for its state-of-the-art image and winning formula, noted Italian-based sports and racecar builder Ferrari doesn’t lend its familiar colors and logo out to just anyone. Yet that is precisely what it has done for Acer’s new Acer Ferrari mobile computer. Dressed up in gorgeous Ferrari Red/classic gray paint scheme and sporting a prominent Ferrari Prancing Horse logo on its bonnet, the Acer Ferrari 3000LMi Notebook is distinctive and fashionable. More critically, it delivers solid 3-D performance, comprehensive connectivity and a lightweight portable design, thus making it a perfect tool for businesspeople and personal users alike.
The Ferrari 3000LMi is not merely a pretty showpiece. Inside, Acer has installed a formidable system “engine”, including a 1.87 GHz AMD Athlon XP-M 2500+ processor, 512 MB main memory, and an ATI Mobility Radeon 9200 graphics controller with 128 MB video memory. With this level of power at their disposal, users will have no trouble operating typical PC and notebook applications and multitasking. Even ardent gamers or 3-D designers should find the system has enough 3-D muscle to efficiently operate all but the most demanding applications.
Though not extremely compact at 13 by 10.7 inches, the Ferrari 3000LMi is just 1.2 inches thin. Furthermore, it weighs a mere 6.5 pounds, thus qualifying it as a true ultra-light. Acer makes good use of all available space, equipping the unit with a 15-inch SXGA+TFT LCD display capable of super-clean 1400 by 1050 resolution, a full-size 84-key keyboard with numerous hotkeys, a roomy 60 GB hard disk, and a DVD-Dual drive that supports CD burning, audio CD playing, and both of today’s most popular DVD recording formats, DVD- and DVD+.
The unit is equipped with a number of standard amenities, including an IEEE 1394 FireWire port for fast interaction with external devices such as digital camcorders, four high-speed USB 2.0 ports for plug and play peripheral connections, a 4-in-1 card reader for memory cards from cell phones, digital cameras and the like, and Bluetooth support for no-hassle communication with cordless gadgets such as PDAs. Communication options include a 56K modem for low-speed dial-up Internet and email, a 10/100 LAN network connector, and integrated 802.11g wireless LAN for cord-free network and e-communication access.
The system’s software bundle is not as comprehensive as that of similar notebooks, featuring the Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition operating system and CyberLink’s PowerDVD software DVD player. Estimated battery life is estimated up to 3.0 hours under ideal conditions.