The time has come for me to part with my laptop. I paid $1800 for it almost exactly a year ago, and its still going strong. It's got some usual wear and tear, but nothing serious. I'm asking for about $1050 for it.
Oh, it's not currently running OS X, but I have before and it runs pretty well, but not 100%. Wifi and sound work, though.
Here are its specs:
-Model# - Ferrari 3400
-SKU# - LX.FR306.002
-Windows XP Professional with SP2
-AMD Athlon 64 3000+ at 2ghz
-80GB ATA/100 hard disk drive with Disk Anti-Shock Protection (DASP), 4200 RPM
-512MB DDR333, up to 2GB.
-Dedicated Video: ATi Mobility Radeon 9700 with 128MB, AGP 8X
-Slot-Loading Super Multi Write Plus drive. Read - 4X DVD-R, 4X DVD-RW, 4X DVD+R, 4X DVD+RW, 8X DVD-ROM, 24X CD-ROM, 2X DVD-RAM. Write - 2.4X DVD+R, 2.4X DVD+RW, 4X DVD-R, 2X DVD-RW, 16X CD-R, 8X CD-RW, 2X DVD-RAM.
-Built-in 4-in-1 card reader. Supports MultiMediaCard (MMC), Secure Digital (SD), Smart Media, and Memory Stick.
-15.1" LCD with native resolution of 1400x1050.
-S-Video and D-Sub (VGA) out.
-Ports: Four USB 2.0, parallel, DC in, RJ-11 modem, RJ-45 LAN, VGA, S-video TV out, microphone/line in, stereo headphones/speakers/line out, FireWire? (IEEE 1394), FIR (fast infrared), connector for optional Port Replicator III
-Type II PC Card slot, 32-bit PC CardBus architecture, Zoomed Video support
-Integrated Broadcom WiFi (802.11b/g)
-10/100/1000 Gigabit LAN Ethernet
-V.92 56k Modem
-Comes with: Acer Launch Manager, Adobe Acrobat Reader, CyberLink PowerDVD, Norton AntiVirus, NTI CD-Maker
-Acer FineTouch 84-key keyboard with five-degree curve, inverted T cursor layout, embedded numeric keypad, minimum 2.5mm key travel, 18mm spacing
-Dedicated buttons for Web Browser, Email, and two user-programmable launches.
-Touchpad with 4-way button (user-programmable)
-USB Ferrari optical mouse
-13.0" (330.0mm) W x 10.7" (272.0mm) D x 1.2" (31.0mm) H
-6.6 lb. (3.0kg)
This is a used laptop, and has some wear and tear. There are light spots on the palm rests and trackpad buttons where the paint has rubbed off (See pictures below). It's purely cosmetic, and of course doesn't affect the computer's usability. But I realize cosmetics are important to people, which is why I'm selling it at such a reduced price. The cover (which has a Ferrari-red paint job!) is in excellent condition. See the pictures.
Included is the original box, including all the original manuals, CDs, Windows XP license, charger, cords, etc. I've also got the original Acer buffer rag that came with it, and the matching Ferrari mouse (which I have to say, is one of the best mice I've used). Both are also in excellent shape. The battery has been well taken care of and still holds a good charge. When I used this laptop, I would take out the battery when it was fully charged, to prevent it from aging quickly.<br>
Before shipping, I will restore this laptop to factory settings.
Reply here, PM, or email (firstname.lastname@example.org) me if you're interested. I'd prefer to do things via PayPal, and to a confirmed address only. Oh, and if you can meet in Tucson, I'll trade it directly for a MacBook.