direct link - http://www.ebuyer.com/product/167153?ref=dotd&hp_deal=10
The AspireRevo R3600 is a revolution in computer size, shape, design and affordability. This cool-blue nettop sports a small casing that can either stand alone or snap to your monitor, streamlining your personal space while giving you the home infotainment center you always wanted!
Sleek any-room PC
Whether tucked away in a corner of your desk or nicely concealed on the back of your monitor, the AspireRevo R3600 makes the perfect everyday PC for cruising the Internet, doing your daily work, staying connected via instant messaging, and enjoying photos, music, videos and more.
The AspireRevo R3600 is small but powerful, fueled by today's latest mini processor and matched by an advanced NVIDIA® graphics chipset plus HDMI. An eSATA port, six USB ports and a card reader make transferring your photos and other files as fast and easy as ever..
Intel Atom 230 1.6GHz
NVIDIA® ION chipset
1 x 1GB DDR2 800 SDRAM
160GB Serial ATA II
No Optical Drive
Operating System: Linux (Free Software)
Monitor Not Included
Speakers Not Included
High Definition audio (7.1)
Keyboard & Mouse
65 W adapter with power cord
PC 2001, ENERGY STAR® 5.0
30 (W) mm (without bezel)
6 x USB 2.0 ports
Four-in-one card reader
High definition headphone and microphone jacks
D-Sub VGA port
1 Year Manufacturer Warranty
i could not edit the previous deal, so had to create one here. if some can edit the link to : http://www.ebuyer.com/product/167153?ref=dotd&hp_deal=10
would be great
Just to reiterate, this is the single core Intel Atom 230 1.6GHz, and not the dual core Atom 330.
Thought id add this for anyone wishing to use 1080p content ( blu ray rips and such )
I just purchased one of these , installed XBMC on the internal drive and ran it into my television by 1080p. First of all it was "laggy", hard to describe but not as smooth and responsive as on the lower resolutions.
Next all my high definition content looked soft in comparison to my popcornhour A110, almost standard definition.
There was consistent lag and hiccups on my 1080p rips delivered from a very expensive high speed NAS capable of delivering very fast speeds ( QNAP TS509 ) which all my other media streamers and PCs can stream perfectly from.
Last of all there was large amounts of video tearing in some of my rips.
Overall i am largely unimpressed, id be weary for anyone planning on using one of these as a dedicated media streamer at resolutions higher than 720p