Acer launches Revo Base mini PC at IFA 2016

Acer has launched its Revo Base mini PC at a pre IFA 2016 event. The company claims that it delivers that the mini PC delivers smooth everyday computing in a compact design. With a 14cmx14cm footprint, the Revo Base measures 5.3cm in height and is powered by Intel Core-i7 CPUs with up to 8GB of DDR3L system memory. The Windows 10-running Revo Base has integrated Intel HD graphics and HD sound.
The mini PC can be connected with up to two displays simultaneously through HDMI and DisplayPort, while additional storage and other peripherals can be connected via its four USB 3.1 ports.
For storage, the mini PC can have up to 2TB of HDD-based storage or an optional 256GB of SSD-based storage. There's also one SD card slot for further storage expansion upto 256GB. Acer Revo Base will be available in EMEA in Q1 2017 with prices starting at 429.
Talking about the device, Jeff Lee, general manager, Stationary Computing, IT Products Business, Acer, said, "With digital content delivery becoming the norm, a compact home entertainment hub offers users the convenience and storage space that laptops or tablets just can't offer.
The Revo Base is designed as a dedicated entertainment, browsing and content-serving device that addresses the performance and expandability needs of today's consumers, while also taking into consideration the space constraints of modern living rooms."
Acer also unveiled two smartphones and a tablet at the ongoing IFA 2016 event in Berlin, Germany. The price of the smartphones, Liquid Z6 and Liquid Z6 Plus, starts at 119 Euros and 249 Euros respectively. As for the tablet - Iconia S A1-734, its price starts at 169 Euros.

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