Measuring about the same size as your standard internet router at home, the X3200 is less than a third the size of the average desktop PC tower. Featuring an AMD Phenom quad-core processor, NVIDIA GeForce 8200 chip and up to 4GB of DDR2 memory, it’s just the right size and power for your home computing needs.
Internal storage, on the other hand, is whopping in size – Acer will pack up to 1TB of SATA hard disk drive. That’s a heck of a lot of home movies.
Speaking of movies, Acer has also generously popped in a Blu-ray drive plus HDMI output for connecting to your TV. High-def audio with a 5.1 channel surround sound, and Dolby Home Theater technology just adds to the power of this minute beast.
The AMD LIVE! platform, whilst annoyingly capitalized, enables home-sharing of all your media, throughout multiple rooms in your pad. And yes, before you ask – you have a choice in operating systems here…between Windows Vista Home Premium and Windows Vista Home Basic. All very odd, considering they’d just claimed Vista was “almost done”.
We haven’t managed to discover the availability of the Acer Aspire X3200 desktop PC, however the price looks set to be £240.