Yep - at least in the old days (which means here, eight weeks ago) the Ferrari 3400 used the Acer Easyport III LC.T4101.004. Most reseller sites do a *terrible* job of carrying it, much more identifying it as working with the Ferrari. Acer itself scarcely mentions it.
This is the Acer US link for its port replicators:http://us.acer.com/acerpanam/page92....crc=4252467650
This is the Acer US link for a chart of what works with what:http://us.acer.com/acerpanam/wr-reso...s%202-7-05.pdf
The replicator is a lightweight rectangular bar about the width of the computer carrying 14 different ports. They are power in and out (out doesn't apply to the Ferrari); PS2x2; serial; parallel; USBx2; VGA, S-Video out; Ethernet; line in and out; and microphone. Oddly, the one port it doesn't have is for the plain old telephone line!
The thing connects to a dedicated zillion-pinned port at the rear of the computer by a cable about 6 inches long.
The whole thing is very handy - though the tiny spring-driven hooks that keep it locked onto the expansion port could in an ideal universe be stronger - it is possible, for example, if one were so thoughtless as to turn the computer upside down to read its serial number while everything is running, to interrupt the connection. Oh, or in an ideal universe, would one be so thoughtless?