The Acer Revo RL100 Media Center PC may have been out for around six months now, but up until recently it has only been available to those that live in Asia. That is all about to change however, as we’ve just received word that the device has now arrived at US retailers.
As Darren Murph over at engadget.com notes, the Acer Revo RL100 – which is being hailed as a digital hub – features a sleek design, is powered by an AMD Athlon II K325 processor with a clock speed of 1.3GHz and comes with 4GB of DDR3 SDRAM and a 750GB SATA hard drive.
The Revo RL100 Media Center – which has the ability to lay flat or stand upright – connects directly to your television via the HDMI port and comes with NVIDIA ION discrete graphics with support for Web HD Flash acceleration and 720p/1080p HD video playback.
It also comes outfitted with Acer’s clear.fi streaming solution, which will automatically interconnect with other Acer home-based and mobile devices making it easier to share high definition multimedia. The Revo RL100 also comes with 3 USB 2.0 ports and an integrated multi-in-one card reader.
This great device comes with a dual-mode wireless keyboard / touchpad, which can easily transform from one to the other with a simple press of a toggle button. There are 2 models available: one with a DVD drive and one with a Blu-ray drive. Both models are priced up at $449.99 and $569.99 respectively.
Would you buy the Acer Revo RL100 Media Center PC?
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