Acer Aspire Revo R3610, Intel Atom 330, 4GB RAM, 500GB HDD £279.76 @ Ebuyer - HotUKDeals
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Not too sure if this is a "good" price or not as its a ebuyer exclusive. However the price went down £20 as I was looking at it, so at least its cheaper than it was earlier today!

Processor
Intel® Atom™ 330 Dual Core Processor
NVIDIA® ION™ chipset

Memory
4GB of DDR2 800MHz SDRAM
dual-channel support on 2 soDIMMs

Hard Drive
500GB Serial ATA

Optical Drive
None

Software
Operating System: Genuine Windows 7® Home Premium
Acer Arcade™ Deluxe
Acer eRecovery Management
Adobe® Reader®
eSobi™
McAfee® Internet Security Suite 2009 Trial
Microsoft® Office 2007 Trial with Microsoft® Works 8.5
MyWinLocker®
Nero® 9 Essentials
Oberon GameZone

Display
Monitor Not Included

Graphics
NVIDIA® ION™ graphics solution

Audio
High-definition audio support

Input Devices
Acer wireless keyboard and mouse

Networking
LAN: Gigabit Ethernet,
Wake-on-LAN ready
WLAN: 802.11 b/g/n

Power Supply
65 W adapter with power cord

Dimensions
180 (L) mm
180 (H) mm
30 (W) mm (without bezel)

Interfaces Front:
Two USB 2.0 ports
Multi-in-1 card reader
High-definition headphone and microphone jacks

Rear:
Four USB 2.0 ports
DC-in jack
Ethernet (RJ-45) port
D-Sub VGA port
HDMI™ port
eSATA port
Optical S/PDIF port
Expansion
One Mini PCI Express® slot

Warranty
1 Year Manufacturer Warranty
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#1
However the price went down £20 as I was looking at it


In that case ?? , Could you Look at it again for about 10 more times and take a further £200 off ( PLEASEEEE !??! ) ;-)
#2
kevingattaca2
However the price went down £20 as I was looking at it
In that case ?? , Could you Look at it again for about 10 more times and take a further £200 off ( PLEASEEEE !??! ) ;-)

Good Idea ;)
#3
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/200537

£90 cheaper. 2 GB RAM + 160GB HDD vs 4GB RAM + 500GB HDD

Might be worth considering
#4
kevingattaca2
However the price went down £20 as I was looking at it


In that case ?? , Could you Look at it again for about 10 more times and take a further £200 off ( PLEASEEEE !??! ) ;-)


Sorry no can do.

But the same page is offering a used one for just £35 more. How about that?
#5
yos2008
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/200537
£90 cheaper. 2 GB RAM + 160GB HDD vs 4GB RAM + 500GB HDD
Might be worth considering

It also lacks Windows 7 which covers half of the price difference.
#6
Looks like a really well specced nettop, but I hate that these things don't have an optical drive. Do they come with a USB stick with Window7 on it?
Would be perfect if it had a bluray drive, I wouldn't mind paying a great deal more if it did...
#7
gwprocter
Looks like a really well specced nettop, but I hate that these things don't have an optical drive. Do they come with a USB stick with Window7 on it?
Would be perfect if it had a bluray drive, I wouldn't mind paying a great deal more if it did...


It's smaller than an external bluray drive pretty much. Would defeat the purpose of it to have one of these included.

I've got one of these babies (R3600) behind my TV and it's just great for watching movies on. In fact, that's what I'm just about to do right now!
#8
Aye, but there are slimline versions these days.

thekanester
gwprocter
Looks like a really well specced nettop, but I hate that these things don't have an optical drive. Do they come with a USB stick with Window7 on it? Would be perfect if it had a bluray drive, I wouldn't mind paying a great deal more if it did...
It's smaller than an external bluray drive pretty much. Would defeat the purpose of it to have one of these included.I've got one of these babies (R3600) behind my TV and it's just great for watching movies on. In fact, that's what I'm just about to do right now!
#9
I bought the model down from this yesterday from Maplin at Lakeside for £229,99 and the only 2 differences is mine only has 2gb ram and a 250gb hard drive
#10
i have one of these just a heads up to anybody getting one that the smallest USB dongle i have ever seen is hidden inside the mouse and you need this to get your keyboard and mouse to work.

Nowhere in the instructions does it tell you that dongle is there and it is hidden behind a plastic flap to make it even harder to spot.
#11
This is a great PC.
#12
dcx_badass
dvd-hacker-man
I bought the model down from this yesterday from Maplin at Lakeside for £229,99 and the only 2 differences is mine only has 2gb ram and a 250gb hard drive
The one that is £190 at ebuyer.....
one at ebuyer for 190 is 2gb ram 160gb hdd and linux
no idea what os on this maplin one but there was a thread about a grade b revo @ maplin with win7 2gb 250gb 6 weeks ago


Edited By: brilly on Aug 21, 2010 00:24: .
#13
i got the r3600, only single core but it was £140, use it with xbmc its awesome. waiting for an easy snow leopard install.
#14
Have the R3610 2gb ram, 250 gb hard drive. One of the best purchases i've ever made. Hooked up to tv and currently watching the footie. Highly recommnded piece of kit
1 Like #15
I thought Windows 7 was free?
#16
qwerta369
I thought Windows 7 was free?


Yeh I heard in the news that Microsoft has become a registered charity
#17
giddy1778
qwerta369
I thought Windows 7 was free?


Yeh I heard in the news that Microsoft has become a registered charity

And is dedicating to helping under-privileged "Desktop PC" users.
#18
any ideas of the best sub £150 monitor to use, the bigger the better maybe push to £175

thank u
#19
I got this last week but paid £300 for it. If you're planning on using it as a media centre it is great.

The only thing that annoyed me was that it comes with a lot of crap installed on it. Took hours to get rid of it all.

I have it hooked up to a 1080p 42" tv and find that everything is too small if you run it at the native resolution. I knocked it down to about 720p and it was easier to use.
#20
Good price.
I paid £185 for a 2Gb Win 7 refurb one from eBay for my daughter.
#21
any ideas of the best sub £150 monitor to use, the bigger the better maybe push to £175

thank u
#22
Good deal. Love REVO serials. Low energy consumption and very quite. Powerful enough for home daily application.
#23
So tempted by this for a HTPC - not in a rush though (not moving in just yet) but should I get one anyway? Doubt I'll get anything better any time soon right guys?

The CPU can handle 720p MKV files easy enough right?

(although I am tempted just to use the PS3/Xbox hmm)

Edited By: blizeH on Aug 21, 2010 18:14: none
#24
i got mine from this deal CLICK HERE(expired now but worth comparing):
£169.77
less 2gb Ram but sufficient
less 250gb HDD
wired keyboard/mouse instead
Dont think these are worth more than £100

ASRock OC Tuner to overclock to 1.8ghz no problem. :)


Edited By: Jelly Bean on Aug 21, 2010 18:23: .
1 Like #25
blizeH
So tempted by this for a HTPC - not in a rush though (not moving in just yet) but should I get one anyway? Doubt I'll get anything better any time soon right guys?

The CPU can handle 720p MKV files easy enough right?

(although I am tempted just to use the PS3/Xbox hmm)


can easily handle MKV 1080p if you use the right media player (Divx Player can do it aslong as u install a program called Super)
#26
gwprocter
Looks like a really well specced nettop, but I hate that these things don't have an optical drive. Do they come with a USB stick with Window7 on it?
Would be perfect if it had a bluray drive, I wouldn't mind paying a great deal more if it did...


You might be interested in the ASRock ION 330 nettop, it has a version with integrated blu-ray reader:

http://www.itechnews.net/wp-content/uploads/2009/08/ASRock-ION-330-BD-Nettop.jpg
#27
These things ROCK!!! (edit - I mean the Acer 3610, not thre ASRock...that's just a waste of money imo)

You're better off with the 2GB\250GB hard drive version though....

Who needs windows 7, (or just pirate it as 95% of people do)...I've got 2 of the 2GB\250GB versions running XBMC, one with a projector and LCD the other in bedroom....These things are sooooo amazingly good, lovely menu interface with XBMC's different skins, iplayer plugins...1080p no problem...etc etc

Edited By: robo989 on Aug 21, 2010 19:08: duden above.
#28
Jelly Bean
blizeH
So tempted by this for a HTPC - not in a rush though (not moving in just yet) but should I get one anyway? Doubt I'll get anything better any time soon right guys?The CPU can handle 720p MKV files easy enough right?(although I am tempted just to use the PS3/Xbox hmm)
can easily handle MKV 1080p if you use the right media player (Divx Player can do it aslong as u install a program called Super)

It's the graphics card that's decoding the 1080p video. The Atom 330 CPU wouldn't stand a hope in hell in decoding even 720p h264 video on it's own smoothly.
#29
robo989
Jelly Bean
blizeH
So tempted by this for a HTPC - not in a rush though (not moving in just yet) but should I get one anyway? Doubt I'll get anything better any time soon right guys?The CPU can handle 720p MKV files easy enough right?(although I am tempted just to use the PS3/Xbox hmm)
can easily handle MKV 1080p if you use the right media player (Divx Player can do it aslong as u install a program called Super)


It's the graphics card that's decoding the 1080p video. The Atom 330 CPU wouldn't stand a hope in hell in decoding even 720p h264 video on it's own smoothly.


Divx player doesnt even require DXVA! I get smoothness even after underclocking to 1.3ghz
#30
XBMCFreak is nice for the svn xbmc, latest nvidia drivers, built in bitorrent client, sabnzbd+ etc.

Coupled with episode butler it's amazing :)

Edited By: bez on Aug 21, 2010 19:32: :{
#31
The Mole
i have one of these just a heads up to anybody getting one that the smallest USB dongle i have ever seen is hidden inside the mouse and you need this to get your keyboard and mouse to work.Nowhere in the instructions does it tell you that dongle is there and it is hidden behind a plastic flap to make it even harder to spot.
Yes it does, i suggest you lok at them again!

Edited By: craigstephens on Aug 21, 2010 19:48: stuff
#32
Is having 4 gigs of ram rather than the 2 on the other model likely to make any sort of difference to its function as an HTPC?

I'm not worried about getting my hands dirty with Linux and will keep all my media externally so no Windows and the smaller HDD aren't an issue, just concerned about the memory really.
#33
2GB RAM 160GB HDD version is down £10, not £30 as stated on the website.

They need to come down another £10 or £20 again!
#34
robo989
Who needs windows 7, (or just pirate it as 95% of people do)

Twonk.
1 Like #35
Rubisco
Is having 4 gigs of ram rather than the 2 on the other model likely to make any sort of difference to its function as an HTPC?

2GB is fine for a HTPC.
1 Like #36
Agharta
Rubisco
Is having 4 gigs of ram rather than the 2 on the other model likely to make any sort of difference to its function as an HTPC?

2GB is fine for a HTPC.


Ditto ^^
#37
Xeijin
gwprocter
Looks like a really well specced nettop, but I hate that these things don't have an optical drive. Do they come with a USB stick with Window7 on it?
Would be perfect if it had a bluray drive, I wouldn't mind paying a great deal more if it did...


You might be interested in the ASRock ION 330 nettop, it has a version with integrated blu-ray reader:

http://www.itechnews.net/wp-content/uploads/2009/08/ASRock-ION-330-BD-Nettop.jpg


Does this have eSata??
#39
dcx_badass
brilly
dcx_badass
dvd-hacker-man
I bought the model down from this yesterday from Maplin at Lakeside for £229,99 and the only 2 differences is mine only has 2gb ram and a 250gb hard drive
The one that is £190 at ebuyer.....
one at ebuyer for 190 is 2gb ram 160gb hdd and linuxno idea what os on this maplin one but there was a thread about a grade b revo @ maplin with win7 2gb 250gb 6 weeks ago
Well done, you can read.
well spotted captain sarcastic, shame the same cant be said for you.
the one at maplin is not available for 190 at ebuyer
#40


It's just a little noisier than wood. I'm going to listen to some wood now, wood makes a noise of 15dB apparently.

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