Acer has introduced the latest member of its Aspire Revo nettop family. Like its predecessors, the Aspire Revo 3700 features an Intel Atom chipset and NVDIA ION graphics processor. But the new model features the latest and greatest of both.

The Acer Aspire Revo 3700 totes a 1.8GHz dual core Atom D525 CPU and NVIDIA’s second-generation ION graphics platform which supports 3D graphics acceleration, HD video playback, and accelerated Adobe Flash video.

The nettop also ships with a 500GB hard drive, up to 4GB of DDR3 memory, 802.11b/g/n WiFi, and VGA and HDMI output.

Acording to Engadget, the Aspire Revo 3700 is expected to sell for about $580 when it’s launched later this year.

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One reply on “Acer introduces dual core, ION-powered Revo 3700 nettop”

  1. Is Pinetrail really that much more expensive? I hope the street price comes in closer to $400. The Atom 330 + ION version of this unit that is currently available is around $330. Yes, the benchmarks I’ve seen have shown a slight marginal increase with the newer processors, but definitely not $250 dollars worth of increase. This price starts to touch the C2D class mini computers.

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