Acer Aspire R3610 Driver
I've spent a considerable amount of effort trying to convince you to get an HTPC, and nettops like the AspireRevo R are a big reason why. Take a low-power, silent desktop, and stuff it with netbook components. In the case of the $ (as of February 1, ) Acer AspireRevo. Find great deals for Acer Aspire Revo R PC Desktop. Shop with confidence on eBay!
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Acer Aspire R3610 Driver
Bear in mind though that the Revo is not a Acer Aspire R3610 computer; check Acer's Predator range instead. As for the system's connectivity, it is absolutely stunning, besting some entry level desktops we've seen.
The other accessories included in the package Acer Aspire R3610 a white wireless Chicklet keyboard and a mouse that comes with its own tiny Wireless USB transmitter stuck in the battery compartment. You should also receive a pair of assorted white speakers, which we didn't.
Windows 7 Performance on the R was adequate although if you plan to do some heavy browsing more than a few tabs openedperformance might take Acer Aspire R3610 hit. We strongly advise that you turn off Windows Aero to improve performance and uninstall bloatware that comes by default with the R There's no Bluray player unlike the VOT and there's no onboard TV Tuner although you will easily get external peripherals to fill both gaps albeit at a price. Upgrading the computer is a real threat with easy access to the hard disk drive, the memory modules and the wireless card; handy if you want to upgrade any of them Oh and it is surprising to find out what you the little box consumes even Acer Aspire R3610 power than some dedicated NAS of similar capacity.
It sucks in 21w on average, rising to 26w under load which is not bad at all. Now for the price. In comparison, the Asus B, which costs the same, comes with a slightly more powerful processor but only Windows XP and half the memory.
The Revo R is a near perfect HTPC device; cheap, Acer Aspire R3610, relatively powerful and full of features and nice touches. However, there are a number of things that Acer can work on including a Wireless-N on top of We'd suggest at least 10 USB ports overall.
The hexagon shaped chassis will not be a hit with everyone and some of us will yearn for a more traditional form factor. Indeed, we'd like to see a Blu-ray player like device with or without a player. The AspireRevo's island-style keyboard is a bit springy, but otherwise Acer Aspire R3610 has good typing feel. The included wireless mouse is a standard scroll-wheel optical mouse without a back button.
The AspireRevo really isn't designed to be user serviceable, so everything is built in, including You can get into the chassis by undoing a single screw and prying the lid off, but there's no extra space in the chassis for upgrades: The AspireRevo doesn't come with a built-in optical drive, so you'll need Acer Aspire R3610 use an external one if you want to watch Blu-ray movies through the system.
Both complaints are relatively minor, since you're considering this nettop for its Acer Aspire R3610 nature.
About the only solid bone I have to pick with the AspireRevo is the boatload of bloatware loaded on the hard drive. The McAfee Internet Security package is comprehensive, but it's only got a day trial subscription, so it won't update to new threats unless you pay for Acer Aspire R3610 full package. Performance The AspireRevo really isn't a speed burner in the benchmark Acer Aspire R3610 These are both very long process times compared with Core 2 Duo-powered systems like the Apple Mac mini 1: Let's put it this way: The PCMark Vantage test shows the system's performance in day-to-day tasks like playing back videos, surfing the Web, and doing office tasks.
The AspireRevo was able to garner a respectable 1, point score. This is on the high end of Atom-powered nettops: In informal testing, the AspireRevo was a little sluggish compared to a Acer Aspire R3610 2 Duo desktop or laptop, but it was about the same speed as a netbook or other nettops.
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Again, you can do your everyday tasks on it fine; it's just slower when you get to more strenuous tasks. The AspireRevo is fine out of the box playing back Standard Definition SD Web videos thanks to its dual-core processor, but it chokes a little when trying to Acer Aspire R3610 HD online videos.
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