Ferrari and computer manufacturer Acer have produced quite a string of Ferrari-branded computer components, and we can add Ferrari LCDs to that list now. Only 1,000 each of the F-19 and F-20 flat panel LCD screens will be produced, ensuring they'll be as rare a sight on a desktop as a real Ferrari is in a garage. Both feature what appear to be decent specs (we'll refer to you our friends over at Engadget for a specs list) including integrated stereo speakers. While both will only be offered in the Japanese market, the 19-inch model will go for around $551US and 20-inch around $763US. Apple's 20-inch Cinema Display goes for $799, so does that mean an Apple sports car would be more expensive than a Ferrari?
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