At this level you might be considering that the thin Revo RL100 is seriously affected in the requirements division for Acer to have obtained its 2.5cm thinness while still developing an visual generate and slot for these distant. Fortunately, that's not the situation. Defeating at the center of this pc is AMD's Athlon II Neo K325 dual-core processer. As we saw when we analyzed the same 1.3GHz design in the Dell Inspiron M101z, this low-power CPU quickly outperforms Intel's competitive Atom even when as opposed to most latest 1.8GHz N525 discovered in the Asus Eee PC 1215N.

It is supported up by 2GB of DDR3 RAM, which isn't far too nice but is enough to keep up with the requirements a typical customer would place on this type of system. There is a free DIMM slot if you desired to update to 4GB as well as the 64-bit edition of Windows seven Home Top quality set up will take complete benefits if you do. For long lasting storage space you get a 2.5in, 500GB generate, which is sufficient for a midway reasonable movie selection. Higher end designs should be arriving out at a later time frame, and will probably game 4GB of RAM and a 750GB generate.

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Connectivity is good, though not quite up to some more latest competitors such as the Zotac ZBOX as well as ASRock Primary 100HT-BD, both of which provided USB 3.0 and eSATA. However, around the back you still get two USB 2.0 slots, 3.5mm earphone as well as mic slots, a TV receiver aerial port for the incorporated receiver, an visual electronic audio outcome for connecting up to encompass, an HDMI outcome and Gigabit Ethernet slot.

Around the top side is a third USB slot invisible behind a strong but somewhat uncomfortable rubberized flap, the tray-loading slimline Blu-ray generate, and a storage space audience that allows SDHC, XC, MS Pro-Duo and MMC.