Now, users in Europe are able to own Acer’s Revo 2 nettop which was released at the IFA in late summer. Acer’s Clear.fi home networking system is supported in this multimedia nettop whose name is changed to the Revo 100 instead of the Revo RL100 for Euro duty. Processing power gets from a dual-core AMD Athlon II Neo CPU paired with NVIDIA’s Ion for 1080p HD playback.
Using clear.fi, users can exchange multimedia files with other Acer devices and comprehensively control it with a built-in Revopad dual-mode wireless touchpad. Revopad doubles as a touch keyboard or multi-gesture touchpad. In addition, higher-end models of the device come with a built-in TV tuner or Blu-ray drive. These premium models have an HDMI out plus three USB ports, 4GB of DDR3 RAM better than 2GB, and a hard drive of up to 750GB capacity rather than the base version’s 160GB drive.
Moreover, a multi-format card reader is integrated and both wireless and wired LAN interfaces are available. These models also have Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit OS loaded in advance. As expected, the company is shipping the Revo 100 in Britain with the suggested price of £600(about $950) for the base version.