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Acer AspireRevo AR3700-U3002


$349.99 Released September, 2010

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Wireless mouse and keyboard components provide fast, consistent response - maintains 2.4GHz connectivity up to at least 5 feet from the unit. Unit is remarkably quiet - rarely audible even during CPU-intensive operations, with only a slight amount of fan noise when the net-top is powered on. Included eRecovery software provides advanced imaging of factory software setup - highly beneficial if the unit ever encounters power failure or other malfunction.

The Cons:Requires a fair amount of manual user interaction to optimize digital interface - many users with spent a fair amount of time de-installing bloatware and disabling unwanted startup programs.

The Acer AspireRevo AR3700-U3002 is a net-top computer running Windows 7 Home Premium operating system. It is powered by a 1.8GHz dual core Atom processor and Nvidia ION integrated graphics processor. Even though it is a low cost computer aimed at the budget market, the aforementioned components is capable of playing back high definition content.

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This includes 1080p movies from the hard drive as well as Blu-Ray movies (requires external BR-drive). With its small size, the AspireRevo can be mounted on to the back of computer monitors thanks to the included mounting kit; this essentially turns the monitor and net-top into an all in one computer. This small computer also offers a range of inputs/outputs, this include six USB2.0 ports, an HDMI output, optical audio (SPDIF), gigabit ethernet, and wireless b/g/n connectivity. The Acer AspireRevo AR3700-U3002 is a good option for buyers looking for a capable and versatile home computing solution. 

Features / Specifications

  • Windows 7 Home Premium
  • Intel Atom D525 Dual core processor (1.8GHz)
  • 2GB DDR3 ram
  • 250GB 5400rpm HDD
  • Integrated Nvidia ION graphics processor
  • 6x USB2.0, HDMI out, VGA out
  • 10/100/1000 ethernet, Wireless b/g/n
  • SPDIF, Media card reader
  • VESA mount compliant (100x100mm, 80x80mm)
  • Energy Star compliant
  • 1 year warranty

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    Wireless mouse and keyboard components provide fast, consistent response - maintains 2.4GHz connectivity up to at least 5 feet from the unit

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    Unit is remarkably quiet - rarely audible even during CPU-intensive operations, with only a slight amount of fan noise when the net-top is powered on

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    Included eRecovery software provides advanced imaging of factory software setup - highly beneficial if the unit ever encounters power failure or other malfunction

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    ION graphics support is excellent - full HD streaming videos from YouTube and Hulu are played back without issue

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    Monitor outputting is reliable and easy to configure - VGA outputting to LCD monitors and HDMI outputting to HDTVs are both fully supported

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    Sufficiently handles application multitasking scenarios - 2GB RAM allows users to have 10+ windows open simultaneously with minimal likelihood of lagging or crashing

Cons
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    Requires a fair amount of manual user interaction to optimize digital interface - many users with spent a fair amount of time de-installing bloatware and disabling unwanted startup programs

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