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Acer introduced the Revo Build mini-desktop computer in September, promising it’d be available in the United States later in the year. Now the company has delivered on that promise: this little desktop computer with Windows 10 Home software, a Celeron N3050U Braswell processor, 2GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, and a USB keyboard and mouse has a list price of $180.

But right now Amazon is selling it for $130.

acer revo build

The key feature that makes the Revo Build stand out from other tiny desktops is its modular design: you should be able to add storage, speakers, graphics cards, or other hardware by stacking a series of blocks.

Right now it doesn’t look like any of those blocks are available in the US yet. Still, $130 isn’t a bad price for this little computer. But if you’re looking for something a little different, today’s daily deals roundup includes some good deals on a number of other tiny desktop computers.

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Tablets and smartphones

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You can find more bargains in our daily deals section.

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2 replies on “Deals of the Day (12-01-2015)”

  1. It’s been priced at 130$ for a week now which is just barely reasonable. The celeron n3050 is absolute trash and you can’t add a hard drive internally which kills any use as a headless file server. There’s really no good experiences with a sub-bottom of the barrel machine like this.

    1. If all you need is a file server then go buy a cheap NAS box. You only buy a Windows machine when you need Windows. For an appliance like a low-end file server you don’t care too much what OS is in there anyway as long as it works reliably and has the features you need.

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