Blending Cars With Computers Everybody knows that today's' cars implement computer technology, it is not surprising anymore. We can hardly imagine cars without electronic components. But what about infusing computers with car technology? Well, maybe not exactly a technology, it is looks what I am thinking about here. It appears that the first Ferrari laptop from Acer was more of a publicity stunt rather than a proper "blend of genre". It did not really impress on the performance level as Ferrari cars would. It rather resembled Ferrari's shaky reliability records. But in a way it has become an icon and lifted Acer to higher levels in ranks of popularity by brand recognition. Today Acer continues to deliver new Ferrari models this time they are closer to the top of the performance line. As much effort goes into the interior design as into the exterior. Those machines are as good and fast as they look. It is easy to notice that Acer left a huge mark in this area. Others follow in Acer's footsteps now. Look at Asus - they have a contract with Lamborghini. Naturally theirs laptops have to be yellow to be recognised, since Acer use red. All in all in the end its all for us - customers. Laptop brands need our attention, they crave to be recognised because they thrive on it. So they will continue to come up with those eye and ego pleasing toys. It makes the world a bit more colorful. I sometimes wonder what's going to happen when other car companies would start similar cooperation. Who is going to make a Vauxhall laptop...? Wait...I know - Casio! Dave's interests include wide area of Internet Marketing recently he has launched a new recommendations web site http://www.davesbrands.com - a one stop place for online shop listings. His other recommendation web site - http://www.apluslaptops.co.uk - covers various electronics mainly laptops.