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And now a Ferrari F-20 LCD screen

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January 6, 2006

And now a Ferrari F-20 LCD screen

And now a Ferrari F-20 LCD screen

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January 7, 2006 The partnership between Acer and Ferrari dates back to February 2003 when Acer became the Official Supplier of the team. Since that time, Acer has been developing and selling Ferrari notebooks with such success it has now announced the Ferrari F-20 LCD Monitor. The new 20" Ferrari LCD display uses exclusive materials and advanced technologies such as Acer CrystalBrite, which offers greater luminosity and brighter images. It also has a completely unique feature – a Ferrari badge and the guarantee your desktop will be as up-to-date and stylish as possible – for US$600.

In a normal working environment, such as an office, regular LCD panels tend to scatter light, thus falsifying colors. Compared to normal TFT LCDs, Acer CrystalBrite technology is able to read color coordinates more accurately, thus minimizing distortion and creating high-fidelity colors in all environments.

To meet the increasing demands for Digital Home solutions Acer also integrated a sophisticated Media Module for all Ferrari LCD Monitors featured with audio/video interfaces to connect any Media Device plus a fully functional integrated TV Tuner including Remote Control.

The Ferrari F-20 LCD monitor, designed by Acer, supports resolutions of up to 1680 x 1050 pixels combined with excellent color saturation and perfectly sharp images. Furthermore, the Ferrari F-20 monitor is extremely versatile and highly performing, with 8ms response rates, and 800:1 contrast ratios, providing highly detailed images that are ideal for heavy-duty data applications. The Ferrari LCD line of products guarantees professional users the security of long-term performance, quality design, and excellent ergonomics.

The Acer Ferrari F-20 is available through Acer authorized resellers throughout North America starting at approximately US$599.

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