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Acer Ferrari 4000 4005WLMi Notebook
Reviewed by Barry Little - September 21, 2005
Manufacturer: Acer, Inc.
Few names personify the word legend in the world of
Formula One racing and exotic dream cars as Ferrari. When
Acer, one of the world’s top five PC manufacturers, joined
forces with AMD and Scuderia Ferrari to create the Ferrari 3000 notebook back in
October 2003, they had an immediate winner on their hands. A year later, Acer blew
the industry away with
Now a little about Acer from their website: About Acer Acer ranks among the world's top five branded PC vendors, designing and marketing easy, dependable IT solutions that empower people to reach their goals and enhance their lives. In 2000, Acer spun-off its manufacturing operation to focus on globally marketing its brand-name products: desktop and mobile PCs, servers and storage, displays, peripherals, and e-business solutions for business, government, education, and home users.
Series Processor Operating Display System HDD Optical Dimensions & system memory devices weight processor 3000+ XP Home Multi 3.014kg (6.64 Edition drive lbs) preloaded 3400 Ferrari AMD Turion ª 64 Microsoft® 15.4” 512MB/1GB 80/100GB Slot-load 363 (W) x 267.5 ML-37 or ML-30 Windows® WSXGA+ DVD- (D) x30.5/34.3 Mobile Technology XP 185-nit color Super (H) mm Professional TFT LCD, Multi 2.86kg (6.3Ibs.) x64 Edition, 15.4” WXGA double- Microsoft® 185-nit Acer layer Windows®
The first thing that Let's get this thing The only thing All of the software Here's a closer look greets you when you unpacked. missing is that new and accessories are at the Quick-Start open the box is this car smell. in this box. fold out. Quick-Start fold-out As you can see, the Acer Ferrari Notebook has evolved quite a bit over the years. Let's see just how much... Packaging FedEx delivered the notebook in a large box filled with Styrofoam packing peanuts. Additional protec
places two PIFAs (Planar Inverted F-Antennas) inside the top of the Ferrari 4000’s LCD display, creating a perfect omni-directional signal sphere for enhanced wireless network reception even in low-reception areas, as indicated by the SignalUp logo on the red styling strip running along the upper edge of the LCD display. WHOA! Unlike the previous Acer's corporate logo The world-famous Let's take a look at Ferrari notebooks, in the upper left- Ferrari "Prancing the Ferrari's the
Ferrari 4000’s integrated Broadcom NetLink 10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet adapter and an RJ-11 port for the built-in Agere Systems AC’97 56K ITU V.92 modem; a USB 2.0 port; a 4-pin IEEE 1394 “Micro” Firewire port; and one PC Card Slot that accepts any standard Type II PCMCIA card. The latch on the left Here's the rear view A DVI-D and S- The 124-pin On the right, we find releases the DVD of the Ferrari 4000 video/TV-out connector to park a standard DB-15F burner; the one on with
71w Li-ion (Lithium Ion) Battery Pack snaps in the rear of the notebook, takes 2.5 hours to fully charge, and holds that charge for an average of 3.5 hours under normal use. Carefully turn the notebook over, and you’ll find the latches that release the battery and Matshita optical drive, as well as compartments containing the Wireless LAN, hard drive, and memory. There’s also another set of ventilation slots. Here's a head-on The Acer Ferrari From left to right: Here are the When
native resolution of 1680 x 1050; Acer’s 89-key ergonomic FineTouch™ keyboard, and a generous-sized touch pad framed in aluminum-colored plastic with matching mouse buttons and a neat scroll pad button in the center. To the right once again, is the Ferrari’s Prancing Horse crest, and on the left are OEM logos displayed like sponsor decals, of the primary components that power this race and sports car- inspired beauty: the AMD Turion™ 64 Mobile Technology Processor, ATI’s X700 ® Mobility
Here's the Ferrari A close look at Acer's The generous-sized At the upper-left, Let's get properly crest again. 89-key FineTouch touchpad is one of above the keyboard, introduced to the ergonomic keyboard. the smoothest, the Power button on Easy-launch buttons As you might expect, quickest and most the left fires-up the in the upper-right it may take a brief responsive ones I've Ferrari 4000. On the hand corner, above adjustment period to ever used on a right, the more the key
program of your choice. All of the Easy-launch buttons can be reconfigured to your liking with Acer’s Launch Manager software. As with most notebook keyboards, engaging the
....like so. Now let's The Acer Ferrari 4000 This is the Main You can tell the You can activate the reboot and check out uses the ever-popular Screen where you can Ferrari 4000 to Ferrari 4000's Gigabit the Ferrari 4000's and widely-used configure basic automatically detect Ethernet NIC's ability BIOS. Phoenix BIOS. This is system settings: and use a second to boot from a the Information Quiet Boot external display if network here. Screen which gives a determines whether detected
You'll probably want brightens the display BIOS. to leave this enabled. when the laptop is plugged into a power outlet. This enables or Here, you can select And finally, here's the disables the the boot order the Exit screen where you password protection Ferrari 4000's can load system on the hard drive for available bootable defaults and save or the aforementioned devices. discard any of the D2D utility which is BIOS settings. run from a special hidden p
Pressing the third Acer ePresentation Clicking the Help icon Next, is Acer Type in the password Easy-launch button provides a fast and on the ePresentation eRecovery for (default is six zeroes) (with the "e" on it) simple way of setting screen brings up this creating and brings up Acer's the Ferrari's screen useful mini-guide on restoring system eManager Menu, resolution when it's the utility. backups, and re- which groups the connected to a installing system Ferrari 4000's most
Pay attention to this The first option lets Note the options here. I can create a Next is Recovery warning if you don't you create backups Acer eRecovery Factory default Actions . Online help have the AC adapter and change the requires a separate image to the DVD is available at any plugged in before utility's default FAT32 partition on burner. If the two time for all eManager starting eRecovery—it password. the local hard drive to FAT32 partitions functions by clicking will s
The Acer Ferrari 4000 ships with four CDs; a three-disc recovery CD set consisting of a bootable System CD that loads Symantec’s Ghost, and two Recovery CDs containing the actual Ghost image of the factory OS, driver and utility install. In spite the Acer OEM Windows XP Start Here booklet, there is no CD with the actual Windows XP OS included—an unfortunate but growing trend followed by many OEM PC and Notebook manufacturers these days to rein in costs. Here's the guide. You F
Acer eRecovery—although the Ferrari 4000 ships with a set of recovery CDs, eRecovery lets you make an additional set quickly and easily, allowing you to bring your Ferrari 4000 back to life after a crash-n-burn. Backups can be performed to the hard drive, or to CDs and DVDs. One thing I’ve learned the hard way a long time ago, is that you can never have too many backups. You can also run eRecover outside of Windows, by pressing
Now let's check out The most commonly Next, we have Again, this option Finally, System Boot Options. changed settings Security Settings. saves you from Information gives you normally performed having to go into the a look under the through the BIOS on BIOS to set and Ferrari 4000's hood. system boot-up can modify system quickly and easily be passwords and made here. The configuring any smart changes will be in cards you may be effect the next time using for security. you re
Battery Life Designing a notebook has always been a delicate balancing act between size, weight, performance, heat, and battery life. It’s nearly impossible to maximize one area without making compromises in others to achieve that balance. While the Acer Ferrari 4000 is no exception, it does strike a reasonable balance between power and power usage for a laptop chocked with hi-performance components, while running fairly cool, even under full load. Although the Ferrari 4000’s battery
To see how long it really takes a battery to discharge and recharge, I used the Battery Eater 05 Utility. All power saving options and hibernation were disabled during the test. The notebook’s default power saving scheme Portable/Laptop was used to insure that the processor would automatically scale its speed accordingly to the workload imposed by Battery Eater Pro, as it would if the Ferrari 4000 were used while on battery power under normal circumstances. The “Classic” test was used.
Unique ID 10696SANYOZF01 Chemistry Lithium Ion Temperature Thermal Control Not Present Designed Capacity 71040mWh Full Charged Capacity 67828mWh Designed Voltage 0V Current Voltage 0V Manufacture Date 0/0/0 Cycles Count 0 Cells count 0 Force charge support Not Supported Force discharge support Not Supported Benchmark results CPU BEmarks 0 GPU BEmarks 0 RAM BEmarks 0 HDD BEmarks 0 Work Done Pi calculations 81880 Cycles HDD read\write 12107 Mb Fames Rendered 641333 Frames
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