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Monday, 27 April 2009 11:54

Acer Aspire Revo - Ion available in Germany

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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The plan is that Acer Ion, or Acer Aspire Revo Nettop, will launch tomorrow, and it should be available tomorrow but a few have jumped the gun.

According to few German etailers that are about to be called by Nvidia people have it available today, at €299. You can get it here. This is actually quite good value for money, as it costs roughly the same as Asus' and MSI nettops, but ships with Vista Home Premium instead of XP, and it's got Nvidia graphics.

The machine comes with single core Atom N230 1.60GHz, 2GB memory, 160GB HDD that is upgradable, and of course the “ION chip”, GeForce 9400 IGP. It is equipped with HDMI, Gb LAN and WLAN and a 4in1 CardReader.

The price will wary depends on the country and it might not be available Europe wide at the same time, this is up to Acer to decide, but you should expect to see them in Germany, UK, France and a few other big countries. As you can see here if you are in Germany it is available today and you can get out and buy one as we speak.
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