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Formula 1 racing fans will agree that this is a very exciting, spectacular and beautiful sport. To win an F1 race and the whole championship efficient teamwork is as important as a skillful pilot and a fast car. You may know that the Ferrari team has been the leader in F1 racing for five years in a row (2000-2004), winning the Constructors’ Cup, while Michael Schumacher, their first driver, has been winning the driver championship over the same time. I am personally a fan of McLaren Mercedes (these two teams once were desperate rivals, and the cars of the McLaren team were called “silver arrows”), but I can’t help acknowledging the professionalism and skillfulness of the people from Ferrari. Of course, there are other worthy teams in Formula One, but I guess I should be moving closer to the subject of the review now.

Today I will compare two notebooks from Acer and ASUS which differ in their design, dimensions, weight and price, but have similar configurations. So, the “red baron” Acer Ferrari 3200 and the “silver arrow” ASUS A4S00K are ready for the race, waiting for the green lights.

I guess it’s not a secret to you (even if you distaste F1 racing) that the words “Schumacher” and “Ferrari” have long become symbols of speed, power, stability and… well, of course, of the color red! So, the red coloration of the Acer Ferrari 3200 should go without questioning, but what about the other factors? Let’s see who wins this race of two notebooks!

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