Nvidia Ion and Intel Atom: Nettop PC Acer Aspire Revo unpacked
Some days ago Acer announced the Aspire Revo series, which is based on Nvidia's Ion. First pictures of an engineering sample came around now.
The Acer Aspire Revo is the latest addition to the nettop market and the first model that is based on Nvidia's Ion platform. An engineering sample arrived at engadget who instantly released a picture gallery and some technical specifications.
As expected the Revo is based on Nvidia's Ion and Intel's Atom N230 (1.6 GHz) processor. Up to four GiByte RAM can be installed and the Revo is equipped with this amount. The Acer device also has a 250 GByte sized HDD.
The Aspire Revo offers one HDMI and one DSub connector. Furthermore one ESATA port, six USB ports, a card reader and a RJ45 network port are available, too. A recommended retails price or a date for the general availability has not been announced yet.
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