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Acer Aspire Revo R3600 Desktop PC (Intel Atom N230 1.6 Ghz, 2 GB RAM, 160 GB HDD, Vista Home Premium)

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  • Redefines compact, affordable computing
  • Big on performance but miniscule in size
  • Based around nVidia's ION performance platform
  • Stutter free 1080p playback
  • Multiple connectivity options and extreme gaming performance
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Product Information

Technical Details
BrandAcer
Item Weight2 Kg
Product Dimensions38.8 x 23 x 13.2 cm
Item model number92.G1EYZ.UFP
Processor BrandIntel ®
Processor TypeAtom N230
Processor Speed1600 MHz
Processor Count1
RAM Size2 GB
Hard Drive Size160 GB
Graphics Card DescriptionGeForce 9400
Operating SystemWindows Vista Home Premium
Lithium Battery Weight25 grams
  
Additional Information
ASINB0028QSIY4
Best Sellers Rank 66,885 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight3 Kg
Date First Available6 May 2009
  
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The desktop PC is being redefined this year with the Acer AspireRevo, a compact, quiet, sleek 'anywhere' PC designed for the home. Optimised for the living room, office, or kitchen, AspireRevo delivers full HD video capabilities, offering stutter free 1080p playback, mainstream 3D gaming and performance for typical desktop applications. All of this is made possible by the incredible graphics processing performance of nVIDIA ION coupled with a low-power Intel Atom processor. Multiple connectivity options allow for an extreme gaming performance.

Box Contains

  • Revo PC
  • AC Adapter
  • Power Cord
  • Warranty Booklet
  • Wired Mouse and Keyboard

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    19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Mr. A. R. Pope on 17 Aug 2009
    I bought one of these to sit in the bedroom as a media playback machine. Running Ubuntu and Boxee it plays 720p and 1080p video perfectly. I watch BBC iPlayer on it full screen, full speed with no issue.

    Only omission is bluetooth, but bluetooth dongles are super cheap, so that's not a major issue.
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    18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By N. Rose on 10 Dec 2009
    I am really pleased with this computer. It's a doddle to set up, sits out of sight behind by TV and is so quiet.

    To get the best out of it, remove all the unnecessary software which comes with it (especially McAfee). Install the latest drivers from the NVIDIA website, then install Media Player Classic Home Cinema (free) to watch video files in HD. To get the best out of iPlayer (including watching it in streaming HD), install the new Adobe Flash 10.1 - the built-in graphic accelerator removes the jitters you get with previous versions of Flash.
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    20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By DANIELWILKINSON on 14 Aug 2009
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    I got this for my mum and have installed Windows 7 on it as is much better than the Vista OS supplied. All drivers are found but you will have to download the latest ION drivers from NVidia.

    Overall this unit is very small, sleek and silent. But underpowered. The 1.6Ghz Atom processor really strains under everyday computing conditions, its 'ok' for Word 2007 and Internet Explorer 8, just dont expect too much performance (gaming) and you wont be upset.

    I'm thinking about getting one of these to use as a media player as it has a HDMI port, perfect for plugging into my hdtv for divx and BBC iPlayer duties.
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    7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By nethead on 16 Nov 2009
    A great computer when you get rid of Macefee security (replaced by AVG) and add Windows 7 that gives you the speed of a standard desk top. It is very quiet and power-consumption friendly, it looks good too. It is the sort of hardware that makes friends envious as they stub their toe on a 3stone desk stop they can not lift on to the table. I like the HDMI link straight into your TV and all diverse input points but you will need an external DVD drive if you want to make the most of it. I bought an LG DVD reader and 20 times writer for £41. A bargin.
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    6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Jack Chakotay VINE VOICE on 16 Feb 2010
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    This is a great machine that works well within its remit ie HD and movie playback and Vista capable at an affordable price.

    As a second computer setup +/- media center to go with my LCD tv, it does very well. The Experience Nvidia clip was probably the first HD content it has shown and my daughter squealed when the collie came on in HD. It is silent and small and will fit into a shoebox several times over. I researched the market for a small media pc and this ticked all the boxes. Style and unobstrusiveness combined is a bonus.

    It also should do well as a first pc, especially if word processing and internet acccess is a priority. I bought this for my Dad just for this purpose and he is going to be finally transported to the 21st century after plugging away for years on his ancient computer.

    If you have a VGA monitor/ LCD, you are ready to go. You may have to adjust resolutions if using LCD. The mouse supplied with the bundle is generic, the keyboard is similar to the sony button type.

    Setting up the pc is fairly easy, although you should press the corner of the power button till there is a clunk rather than the top. That gave me a big scare and brought visions about returns. I had no trouble with vista and its aeroglass feature worked without any problems. And of course it recognised my internet signal when hooking up. I haven't activated its software yet, preferring to download some comparable freeware which works well.

    Its sitting under my tv until Dad shows up, then it will be sorely missed!
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    24 of 26 people found the following review helpful By D. Payne on 3 Sep 2009
    Dump the pre-loaded McFee and it will be transformed. I nearly returned it because it was so slow, but after uninstalling McFee and some of the other junkware that comes preinstalled it is great. It runs Vista just fine and no complaints about responsiveness. What a fantastic little unit - good looking, unobtrusive and a fine addition to my five-machine home network. I replaced a Popcorn Hour with it because I was tired of the hassle of having to be a geek to get anything to work. Now I have another full Vista (upgraded to windows 7) machine on the network that I can remote desktop manage like all the other (expensive!) high performance machines. Love it, buy one.
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    5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Ms. Rachel J. Carter on 28 Dec 2009
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    I didn't believe that this tiny box could do everything a desktop could until I tried it! It is so easy to set up, much less hassle than a desktop tower, and you just plug in and go! It runs very efficiently, and is so much easier to find space for. the price was excellent for someone on a budget as well. Brilliant piece of technology, compact, comes with a small keyboard and mouse also.Would recommend it to anyone.
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    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Amandeep S Madra on 31 Aug 2009
    Describing itself as a net-top computer it does that task perfectly well. It's perfect for running windows explorer to surf the web.
    It is however underpowered for any other use and painfully slow - even the boot up sequence takes over two minutes.
    It's size and design mark it out from the rest of the pack and mounted on the back of a monitor this net-top computer is invisible on your desk.
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