You may or may not recall that a couple weeks ago, Acer’s ION-powered AspireRevo nettop showed up on Newegg.com for the low, low price of $199. While the machine featured some relatively-impressive specs (Atom N230 CPU, NVIDIA ION, XP Home, etc.), there’s now a new entrant to the AspireRevo line that bumps the CPU up to dual-core status, doubles the RAM, and adds Windows 7 Home Premium as well as a wireless connection.
Of course, the price has gone up too.
The Acer AspireRevo R3610-U9012 nettop features the following:
- Windows 7 Home Premium
- Intel Atom N330 dual-core CPU at 1.6GHz
- NVIDIA ION graphics
- 2GB of RAM
- 160GB hard drive
- Six USB ports
- HDMI/VGA outputs
- Card reader, B/G/N wireless, Gigabit Ethernet
- Wireless keyboard and mouse
- MSRP of $329.99
The press release states that the machine “is available in the U.S. via leading online technology retailers,” although seeing as how Windows 7 isn’t officially released until next Thursday, the term “available” is being used a bit loosely.
Still not a bad system for the price, though.