Friday, February 3rd 2012

Acer Quietly Releases the Revo RL70 AMD-powered Nettop

Acer has recently rolled out a new Revo series nettop/mini PC, a model called Revo RL70 which measures 209.89 (W) x 209.89 (D) x 35.35 (H) mm and makes use of AMD’s E-450 APU boasting two Bobcat cores @ 1.65 GHz and Radeon HD 6320 graphics.

Acer's compact system also has 2 GB of RAM, a 500 GB hard drive, Gigabit Ethernet, 802.11 b/g/n WiFi, a multi-in-one card reader, six USB 2.0 ports, plus D-Sub and HDMI outputs. The Revo RL70(-UR10P) runs Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit and is selling for $329.99.
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AC adaptor is not on images, will be interesting to know its specs and if it's easy to find replacement for it.

Too many USB ports, it will be nicer to have external SATA port.

I want something like this, but with one more PCI/PCI Express/Mini PCI-E/ExpressCard to install DVB-S2 card and it will be perfect TV STB/HTPC
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zomg said:
AC adaptor is not on images, will be interesting to know its specs and if it's easy to find replacement for it.

Too many USB ports, it will be nicer to have external SATA port.

I want something like this, but with one more PCI/PCI Express/Mini PCI-E/ExpressCard to install DVB-S2 card and it will be perfect TV STB/HTPC
You can never have too many USB ports :D but eSata or USB3 would be nice.

The Revos i've used (ION) had pretty standard generic PSUs, and thus easily replaceable. Never had any trouble with them though.

USB2 DVB-S2 cards run at ~50€. Better deal the almost extinct ExpressCard form factor IMO.
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