Acer will soon be introducing the AspireRevo, a small form factor PC capable of HDTV decoding and PC gaming -- at a starting price point of $299.
The AspireRevo is based on the Nvidia ION graphics chip platform and the Intel ATOM 230/330 processor. Nvidia's ION platform is based upon the GeForce series 9400M G graphics chipset -- a low-cost, low-power GPU capable of HD video decoding and DirectX 10-compatible PC gaming graphics power.
NVidia's ION enables the AspireRevo play 1080p HD movies, play DirectX 10 games, and run Windows Vista Premium with all 3D capabilities. It's small, sleek, space-saving, and can be used as a fully functional home office PC or as a living room PC for casual gaming on your television.
Besides being equipped with the Intel® Atom 230 processor and NVIDIA® ION GPU, the AspireRevo comes with a choice of a Serial ATA Hard Drive or Solid State Drive and up to 4GB of DDR2 memory. A Mini PCI Express slot offers the possibility of expanding memory capacity to make space for continuously growing multimedia files.