Acer launches the new Aspire Revo

April 8th, 2009 - 11:38 pm ICT by GD  

Acer Aspire Revo This is technology at its best as Acer has launched its new mini-PC known as the Aspire Revo. You will be wrong if you confuse it with a netbook by seeing its size because in reality it is a very powerful desktop machine.

The Aspire Revo is set with an Atom CPU having an NV9400 chipset. Nvidia has been successful in delivering on their promise of providing a low priced, green and full-featured ION platform to the market by introducing this new gadget. Though no official statement has been made about the price of Aspire Revo, yet most think that it will be quite affordable, ranging close to $300. One thing is for sure is that that it will be much cheaper than Apple’s Mac mini priced at $600 or Dell’s Studio Hybrid priced at $449.

I suspect the craze of buying Aspire Revo will be like that of iPhone and may very well be the lighter but powerful PC replacement everyone have been waiting for years and I can bet you won’t be disappointed.

The best part about Aspire Revo is its small size. It looks like a hardcover book but it can perform duties like a normal desktop thanks to Intel’s low cost but powerful Atom chip. It is fully equipped with tools & applications to work with Windows Vista. The user can play high-end games and run BluRay movies. The unique mix of Atom as the processor and Ion as the graphic chipset makes Acer’s Aspire Revo the best of both the two worlds.

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