The Tech Report writes Acer's new Ferrari One ultraportable will be one of the few notebooks with support for external XPG graphics:
The folks at Notebooks.com have shot an HD video of the system, which clearly shows the XGP connector sitting next to a VGA port. They add that the machine will hit store shelves "soon" with prices starting at $499.
In theory, the XGP port should allow users to purchase an external graphics processor and hook it up to the system when needed. The Athlon X2 processor may act as somewhat of a bottleneck in recent titles, though. Besides, if Acer based the Ferrari One on AMD's new Congo platform, it should already have relatively decent Radeon HD 3200 integrated graphics.