HaiVision Brings Performance Network Video Expertise to Technologies for Worship Magazine Pavilion at 2009 NAB Show
Home Entertainment Dealers Should Know Accessories Are The Most Profitable Product Category In Retailing Of Consumer Electronics Products - To Meet Their Need For A Signal Distribution Accessories Product Line, ComponexX™ Launched Dealer Program
Gizmodo got its hands on one of Acer's AspireRevo and tested its video playback as well as its ability to handle 3d gaming. Although Acer hasn't announced an official price they have said that it will be well under $500. According to the Gizmodo's tests what you get for under $500 dollars is, a system capable of playing Blu-ray movie with an average video bitrate of 28 megabits per second, peaking around 36 through a HDMI output with full 7.1 HD audio. Revo also ran the game Spore, albeit at 1024x768, smoothly and Google Earth ran at a usable pace. Programs without GPU acceleration didn't perform any better than any other Intel Atom system, meaning Flash based video sites like HD Hulu or Youtube HD didnt run so well.
HaiVision Brings Video -over -IP Expertise to Inaugural Military & Government Summit at 2009 NAB Show
2009 Creative Storage Conference Announces Sessions on Content Preservation & Archiving and Content for Consumers
Acer officially announced its 7.1" x 7.1" x 1.2" AspireRevo. The mini computer boasts a 1.6GHz Intel Atom 230 processor, up to 4GB of RAM, up to 250GB of HDD space or SSD, a 4-in-1 card reader, HDMI / VGA outputs, gigabit ethernet, six USB 2.0 sockets, audio in / out, and Windows Vista Home Premium / Basic. The system also has a 9400M intergrated GPU and is capable of handling 1080p, Blu-ray decoding, DirectX 10 and even mildly demanding 3d gaming. The AspireRevo is designed to be attached to the back of any TV display or LCD with a VESA attachment.
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