It has been repeatedly reported that Acer is working on a compact PC based on Nvidia's Ion. Now the Aspire Revo has officially been introduced.
The Aspire Revo is a so called nettop and doesn't bear a lot of resemblance to Nvidia's default design. The case is box equipped with a 1.6 GHz Atom CPU, up to four GiByte DDR2 RAM and a 250 GByte hard drive. As a graphics unit the Geforce 9400 is utilized.
Besdies VGA and HDMI the Aspire Revo offers six USB 2.0 ports, two audio ports and a E-SATA port. Apparently Acer will preinstall Windows Vista Home Premium.
Although prices and a date for the market introduction have not been officially announced yet, the Revo is expected to become available in summer. Nvidia is speaking about an approximately price of 300 US Dollar for Ion based PCs.