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The third Ferrari-branded notebook Acer has produced, the 3400 tag is rather deceptive. Although it does have an AMD Mobile Athlon 64 chip, it's actually the 3000+…
£1,549 inc VAT
We've lost count of exactly which generation of tablet PCs the TravelMate C312XMi is part of, but Acer tells us it's the fourth, and who are we to argue?
£1,174 inc VAT
Acer's partnership with Ferrari has produced some quality laptops over the past few years. Now the firms are adding a little glamour to the world of flat-panels.
£549 inc VAT
Although it isn't the fastest laptop we've seen, the Acer's score was only three behind the record. And on one test in our benchmarking suite it stormed to a time…
£1,199 inc VAT
With its slim shape, bright, backlit 4in TFT and classy black-and-silver finish, the Acer n311 certainly qualifies as a desirable gadget.
£300 inc VAT
The TravelMate is a beautifully executed laptop, but Acer certainly charges you for the privilege of owning it. You get what you pay for.
£1,761 inc VAT
The CP-8660 features vaguely retro styling and a classy black-and-silver finish, and it feels every bit as nice as it looks.
£249 inc VAT
We've seen several versions of Acer's Ferrari series over the years, and we're pleased to report that the 5000 is faster and better-looking than its predecessors.
£1,699 inc VAT
It's safe to say that early experiments in media centre PCs weren't entirely successful. Large, hideous, beige machines with loud fans… But Acer has come to the rescue.
£899 inc VAT
After reviewing a fair few of them recently, we've come to the conclusion that Acer is pretty good at putting together high-quality laptops for under £1,000.
£939 inc VAT
GPS has been around for quite a while, but until now most of the devices have been designed to work in vehicles. With its e310, Acer has taken up the challenge of…
£180 inc VAT
Weighing in at a whopping 7.8kg, the Acer Aspire is a beast of a laptop. Fortunately, it's intended as a desktop replacement rather than a portable system.
£999 inc VAT
We were impressed with the array of multimedia and entertainment features found on Acer's 9813WLMi. But we are pleased to see that the 5683WLMi is a more movable model.
£791 inc VAT
Our review of the Acer Aspire 5633WKMi revealed a laptop that features Vista Home Premium, a 1.66GHz Intel Core 2 Duo T5500 and a 120GB hard drive.
£655 inc VAT
The Acer TravelMate 6292 isn't as stylish as the latest Aspire from Acer (click here for PC Advisor's Acer Aspire 5920 Intel Santa Rosa Laptop review), but as its…
£1,029 inc VAT
When a product does exactly what it says on the tin, and actually does it well, it's a feat worthy of celebration. But today's consumer is always looking for that…
£119 inc VAT
Armed with a fast processor and solid speakers, the £799 inc VAT Acer Aspire 5920G is great for both work and entertainment.
£799 inc VAT
If you want a mid-priced laptop able to translate a solid specification list into rock-solid performance, the Acer TravelMate 5720 may be your best choice.
£699 inc VAT
This 22in Acer AL2216WSD is surprisingly light; it actually seems slinkier than one or two of the 19in contenders.
£209 inc VAT
If you're still stuck in the age of ball mice and CRT monitors, maybe it's time to give your PC setup a facelift. Acer's X193W is an affordable 19in LCD display which…
£149 inc VAT