An Entertainment In Revo One By Acer

Posted on Jun 3 2015 - 2:02am by Chris Tomaino

Acer introduced the mini-pc (personal computer) with full of entertainment and remarkable specifications. Plus, you can use your smartphone as its remote when you play movies and music through it.



You can also use a wireless keyboard and mouse to control this desktop, write emails, and get work done. The Revo One streams high-resolution visuals smoothly while its 7.1-channel audio hardware pumps powerful sound, for extremely immersive movies and games.


Experience amazing performance and vibrant visuals that give you the power to play, create, entertain, and inspire. Discover what’s possible with an Intel Core processor that can handle serious work and powerful play whenever and wherever you are pleased to entertain yourself. If you are going to use it in the living room connected to a TV you’ll want the remote control in order to interact. It has a touch-pad to move the cursor as well as handy buttons such as one to launch the web browser. There’s also a Qwerty keyboard on the rear. Most retailers will be shipping the Revo One with this controller but some will supply a Bluetooth keyboard and mouse so check before you buy. The controller doesn’t connect directly to the machine so you’ll need to use one of the USB ports for the receiver.

Hardware And Performance

Inside the small plastic housing of the Acer Revo One is an Intel Celeron processor. The entry level model will come with 2 GB of RAM and a 60 GB hard drive but that’s not it. You’ll be able to choose models with an Intel Core i3 or i5, up to 8 GB of RAM and up to 2 TB of storage.

Graphics Performance

On the graphics side of things, using the built-in Intel H.D Graphics 5500 (which will be 4400 on the UK Core i3 mode), we found the Acer Revo One could manage an average of 29-fps in Batman Arkham City at Medium detail and 720p resolution – a very similar result to the Mac mini mentioned above. That sounds promising but the minimum frame rate was just 16 so there will be stutter. Even lowering the detail to low only raised these figures by one or two frames so this really shouldn’t be viewed as a gaming machine.