Acer Ferrari 1200 Audio Driver
A product of AMD’s and Acer’s relationships with Ferrari’s Formula One team, it’s the first ‘netbook’ to use AMD’s new Congo platform. However, with its new dual-core processor, in HD Ready display and HD capable graphics, it’s arguable whether the Acer Ferrari One is a. Canadian Bilingual layout Part s: AEZU2K 4M Compatible Models: Acer TravelMate Acer Ferrari Acer Ferrari , Used Laptops For Sale in Drogheda, Louth, Ireland for Audio Number of built-in speakers 2. Audio system. High Definition Audio.
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Acer Ferrari 1200 Audio Driver
It's marginally quicker than its A List competition too, with the Samsung N scoring 0.
And if the margin of difference doesn't sound that impressive, the fact that it did so while running Windows 7 slower in our benchmarks than XP should make anyone sit up and take notice. The inclusion of ATI's integrated Radeon HD series graphics chip is another novel addition, and it lends the Ferrari a modicum of gaming performance. It can't handle demanding titles such as Crysis - a frame rate of 14fps with all the settings turned down and at 1, x isn't quite playable - but it will manage less intensive games such as Trackmania Nations Acer Ferrari 1200 Audio much better than the less-powerful Intel GMA or chips you get in most other netbooks.
More important, perhaps, is that it's able to decode HD video without breaking much of a sweat: The main disappointments are the Ctrl and Function keys, which are so narrow and so close together that it's easy to hit one instead of the other by mistake. It struggled a little on higher-bitrate p video, but Acer Ferrari 1200 Audio Web flash and standard-def video--and even p H.
This is a big step up from the Intel integrated graphics that most netbooks use. The Radeon HD also handles 3D graphics processing far more capably than the Intel Acer Ferrari 1200 Audio does, though it may be a bit too weak to support the latest games. In view of the laptop's size and price, its overall performance is by no means a dealbreaker.
Its battery life measured just under 5 hours--an average figure for a system of its size. A typical inch netbook lasts several hours longer.
If you'd like to make the Ferrari One your one and only PC, you'll probably find that it's a slightly small Acer Ferrari 1200 Audio underpowered to handle the job satisfactorily. With a lid coated in crimson and bearing the familiar logo of the Italian sports car manufacturer, this is one product that seems to put image before all else. Other visual cues are taken from the world of motorsports too.
Most of the plastic wristrest is clad in a pattern designed to resemble carbon fibre - even if it's nothing of the sort - while a peek at the One's undercarriage reveals four Acer Ferrari 1200 Audio feet shaped just like tyres. But it's not all style over substance.
In fact, if you strip away the boy racer baubles, you'll find this is one of the most interesting netbooks of the past few months.