The Acer Aspire Revo nettop is tipped to hit the IFA 2010 showfloor running this Friday, where the Revo RL100 model will definitely appeal to those who love slim devices since this one is thinner compared to its predecessor. It will run on a 1.3GHz dual-core AMD Athlon II Neo processor that has NVIDIA’s Ion graphics processor to help you handle some games whenever the itch arises. Not only that, 2GB RAM helps make it perform more respectably, while Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit ensures all is fine on the operating system front. The 160GB hard drive is rather small in this day and age though, so you might want to make sure there is an external hard drive lying around somewhere just in case. Other hardware specifications include Wi-Fi connectivity, a DVD burner, an HDMI and optical audio output, a trio of USB ports and an Ethernet port. To cap things, it will be accompanied by a Revo Pad wireless remote control that is square boasts illuminated touch keys. Asia will be the first continent to receive the Aspire Revo RL100, with Europe following in due time. No word on a Stateside release though, and neither do we have further information on its pricing.
Next Story: Amazon wants their own video streaming service