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The new optical drive Matshita UJ-845S employed in the Ferrari 4005WLMi boasts the following speed characteristics:

  • DVD Double Layer 2.4x
  • DVD+R 8x
  • DVD+RW 4x
  • DVD-R 8x
  • DVD-RW 4x
  • DVD-RAM 5x
  • CD-R 24x
  • CD-RW 16x
  • CD-ROM 24x

The notebook comes with 1024 megabytes of system memory, and you can increase this amount further up to 2048MB. There are two memory slots here, both easily accessible and occupied with 512MB modules. So, you’ll have to replace one or both the modules to do the upgrade.

As you know, racing cars are very, very noisy and their motors run very, very hot. Is it also the case with Acer’s Ferrari? Fortunately, not. Despite the powerful configuration, the engineers came up with a very efficient and quiet cooling system.

We measured the temperature of the hottest spots on the notebook’s surfaces with an infrared thermometer after it had worked for half an hour in the Classic test mode of Battery Eater Pro 2.60 (the ambient temperature remained at 22°C during this test) and got the following numbers:

  • LCD panel – 33°C
  • Keyboard – 34°C
  • Bottom panel – 34°C

The next table summarizes the technical characteristics of the Acer Ferrari 4005WLMi with those of the ASUS A6Q00K as we are going to compare these two models in the testing section of this review.

 
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