The Acer Ferrari One is an unusual device because it's either a large and relatively high-powered netbook, or an inexpensive but small and slightly low-powered ultraportable. With an affordable price point of around $600, Senior Editor Jason Cross takes a look and determines who might be the perfect owner of this machine.

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At a Glance
  • Excellent design and features compensate for lackluster performance in a cool little laptop that will have netbook buyers considering something just a little bit bigger. Read the full review

    Pros

    • Low base price covers many appealing features
    • Very good design and feature set

    Cons

    • Battery life is lower than a typical netbook's
    • Not very powerful for an ultraportable
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