Acer Aspire AX3200-U3600A Video
Acer's auto-branded Ferrari One FO200 may look like an 11-inch Netbook, but it sports a dual-core AMD CPU and a mainstream laptop price to match.
You'll probably decide pretty quickly whether you like the Acer Aspire Predator's looks. Those in favor will also find a higher-end gaming PC with reasonably fast performance and plenty of room to expand and upgrade. Not everyone will appreciate the Predator's visual charms, but we recommend this PC to those who do.
Unlike a lot of other unique proof-of-concept laptops, the Acer Iconia is fun to use and largely works as advertised. But it has a hard time answering the most frequent question we heard about it -- why would anyone need a dual-touchscreen laptop?
For the price, it's hard to find fault with Acer's even cheaper version of the 10.1-inch Aspire One, as long as you're not expecting top-of-the-line features.
Acer deserves credit for trying new things in the ambitious Aspire R7, but it may just be too outside the mainstream for wide appeal.
The Acer Aspire X1920-UR20P is a poorly configured, overpriced budget desktop with little to recommend it. Look instead to Acer's Gateway subsidiary for better slim-tower options.
The $550 Acer Aspire V5-171-6867 is a budget-shopper's dream, provided you can live with a compromised battery life.
The Acer Aspire X1200-U1520A is a speedy, compact, low-end desktop that's powerful enough to serve as a light-duty home theater PC. Expansion is limited by an especially cramped interior (even for a small PC), but the total package is worthwhile for PC shoppers on a budget.
Unless you're looking for a laptop to go with your red sports car, there are better-performing thin-and-lights than the Ferrari 3200.
The Acer TravelMate 3200 hits the mainstream business market dead center, delivering performance and features in a portable, well-priced package.