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Acer has revved up its Ferrari notebook line, doing the equivalent of dropping in a new engine; this time it's AMD Turion 64 X2 processors powering both its Ferrari 1000 and Ferrari 5000 notebooks. They announced 'em last May, and now it's official: the Ferrari 1000 has a 12-inch screen, while the Ferrari 5000 is more geared toward desktop replacement with a 15.4-inch screen, built-in Bluetooth 2.0, a five-in-one card reader and a bundled Acer Bluetooth VoIP phone. The Ferrari 1000 will cost $1999, while the more full-featured Ferrari 5000 will be $2299.

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Aside from their gorgeous looks, these notebooks have features that are quite similar to countless others. Although you'll pay a bit more for this high styling, it might just be worth it. I've seen these notebooks' predecessors and their build quality is impressive. I found myself lusting after them as if they were that spectacular babe wearing that $6.5 million bra we saw yesterday.

More laptop porn, after the jump.

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Acer Ferrari 5000

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Acer Ferrari 5000

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Acer Ferrari 1000

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Acer Ferrari 1000

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