Acer Revo 100 multimedia PC

Acer has announced for the UK market a new slim 3D Ready multimedia PC featuring the Acer clear.fi solution, which automatically connects all of your digital devices, including smartphoness, mobile Internet device, notebook, all-in-one PC, HD media player, etc.

The Revo 100 is powered by AMD Athlon II Neo K325 dual-core processor on NVIDIA nForce 520 LE chipset and makes use of nVidia ION 2 Graphics solution for Full HD playback. Other specifications of the device includes 2GB DDR3 RAM, 500GB hard disk, LAN, WiFi, a multi-card reader and a digital TV tuner.

Acer Revo 100

The multimedia PC has a  Dolby Home Theater v3 sound and also is equipped with Blu-ray combo drive. Connectivity include USB 2.0 ports, optical audio out, headphone and microphone jacks, and a HDMI port. Revo 100 comes bundled with a dual-mode wireless touchpad/keyboard with multi-gesture capabilities. The  Revo 100(RL100)  has a MSRP of £599.99.

Acer Revo 100 (RL100)

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