Although Acer is mostly known for its inexpensive notebooks, their is a high-end notebook line in their product range that they co-brand with Ferrari (similarly to Asus and their Lamborghini-series laptops). The Asus Ferrari 1100 is a 12-inch laptop with a speedy 2.3GHz AMD Turion 64 X2 processor and sophisticated design, that retails for $1,999. Unlike cheaper Acer’s models, that are supposed to resemble the inside of a BMW, the Acer Ferrari 1100 feels and looks as sleek as its namesake. The chassis is made of matte black carbon fiber
The Kensington Slimblade Media Notebook is a wireless keyboard and mouse set designed for simple use and flexibility. The number pad can be detached and pushed aside to save space or moved to the left side of the keyboard if you prefer. The mouse is wireless and works perfectly outside of the occasional bit of lint collecting over the laser and blocking its use. The scroll ball offers 360 degree scrolling, which will be a different experience for most people.
The design is sleek and small but if you’re used toTags: kensingtonkeyboardlaptop mousenotebookwireless mouse
If you’re in the market for a small laptop and you don’t want to downgrade all the way to a netbook then the Apple 13.3″ TFT Macbook Air Core2Duo might be for you. It comes in at a thickness of only 0.76″ and according to Apple it’s the thinnest notebook in the world (and there’s no evidence to show that they’re wrong about that. There’s some competition from notebooks made by Sony and Toshiba, but both are slightly thicker and they lack the sleek and user-friendly design is Apple’s trademark.Tags: appleintel core 2 duolaptopmacbooknotebook