Acer Aspire Revo, the minicomputer Acer desktop that launched a few months ago, just updated. The Taiwanese firm has remedied some of the key aspects that are positioned as less positive. One of the first improvement has to do with the processor. For the occasion, Acer has decided to replace the previous one by an Intel processor Atom dual-core. Binds to this improvement expanding the RAM to 2 GB to 4 GB.
But the patches do not end there. Apparently,
Acer has also thought to improve the capacity of the hard disk. It is expected that the output of this upgrade, the Acer Aspire Revo can have a SATA hard disk of 320 GB or 500, to choose according to the needs of each user. The expansion would increase the 160 GB hard drive that this computer had been in its first edition.
In addition, the team will continue working with the innovative ION Nvidia graphics cards, especially designed for small computers. They are capable of supporting 1080p screens with a resolution up to 2560 x 1200 pixels. Has a built in HDMI connection, six USB, Ethernet, WiFi 802.11 b / g and eSATA. As if this were not enough, with one port compatible with SD Memory Card, MMC, xD and Memory Stick.
The price will vary depending on the hard disk capacity. The 320GB model will cost 350 euros, while the 500 GB exit 400. Both take Windows Vista operating system.