Excerpt: I finally got tired of my 10-inch netbook and decided to look for a laptop that had more power and a much bigger screen. Checking out the computer shops near our place one model immediately caught my eye. It was red. And it had the Ferrari logo on …
Summary: Ive just bought one of these because i liked the Acer 751 very much but found it slow. This model is far from slow. Where the 751 found playing youtube or bbc i player video's a struggle, the Ferrari plays them like a high quality laptop.
Summary: Pity that it overheats cos i could live with rest of the faults. tried Acer but strange silence. The price we pay for a faster processor> Never mind i can use it to coddle eggs whislt i work :-)
Pros: Quite neat for size. Better than the atom powered lot
Cons: Battery life, Speakers are rubbish so needs headphones, Overheats and shuts off at random.
Summary: Had a choice between this and an ipad. This was roughly half the price, offering full PC facilities in a realy coll small package. Fast, best of all the PCs we work with - at work and at home. Win 7, 64 bit is stable, and a joy to use.
Summary: i bought this laptop to take with me when i travel and stuff but unfortunatly the sound quality is really poor. u can barely hear anything so u have to be prepared to buy speakers for this...other than that its a really nice netbook.
Pros: very stylish, easy to type, very fast
Cons: battery doesnt last as long as it says, sound is also very poor n its quite heavy for its size.
Excerpt: This year my husband thought it was time for me to get my own laptop. So when it was time for valentine he surprised me with this beauty. It's a small but perfect netbook that has everything that I need.
Excerpt: I bought this as a replacement for several netbooks after I grew very tired of their performance limitations. The Ferrari One is a step in the right direction, but it has its flaws. First off the processor is more powerful, it can actually multitask, something that the Atom is just not capable of.