Acer's latest Ferrari-branded laptop looks to compete in the crowded CULV ultraportable market. Packing an X2 L310 processor and HD 3200 graphics, on paper at least the Ferrari One should compete relatively well. Does AMD have a viable answer to the long battery life CULV laptops? Do the HD 3200 graphics offer any real benefit? And should something that's actually quite slow carry the name "Ferrari"? We may not have an answer to that last question, but we can certainly shed more light on the first two items.