Acer Aspire R3610 Driver
Brand name, Acer. Item Weight, g. Product Dimensions, 3 x 18 x 18 cm. Item model number, Series, Aspire REVO R Processor Brand. Product Support for. Aspire R Model Name: AR . Part Number: . Find another model. Menu. Drivers and Manuals; Community; Contact Acer; Product. The Acer AspireRevo was a line of nettop computers from Acer Inc., first released at the end of Taipei IT Month Day1 Acer Aspire
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Acer Aspire R3610 Driver
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For everyday tasks, Acer Aspire R3610, Windows 7 actually runs well on the R's 1. We saw Acer Aspire R3610 noticeable performance hit with common tasks, like multitasking or thumbing through half a dozen browser windows at by on a inch HDTV, but you'll get better mileage if you turn off some of Windows 7's visual pizzazz, like the Aero visual effects.
Acer AspireRevo R Review: An Affordable Nettop That Makes a Great HTPC
And if external hard drives are your thing, you'll be pleased to know that it also has a high-speed eSATA connection. The included wireless keyboard and mouse are nice enough for casual use. The range is great; they're perfect for couch surfing, and they never broke connectivity while we roamed about our Acer Aspire R3610 apartment.
Fortunately, you Acer Aspire R3610 probably have a free port. It's a massively annoying problem, but only a temporary one. I'm impatient, so I went ahead and downloaded the I encountered problems with web pages sticking, choking or freezing altogether.
On several occasions, the whole computer seemed to lock up. I could still control my mouse, but there was no response to clicks or commands. Sometimes this issue resolved itself, other times I did a hard reboot out of frustration.
The AspireRevo really isn't designed to be user serviceable, so everything is built in, including You can Acer Aspire R3610 into the chassis by undoing a single screw and prying the lid off, but there's no extra space in the chassis for upgrades: The AspireRevo doesn't come with a built-in optical drive, so you'll need to use an external one if you want to watch Blu-ray movies through the system.
Both complaints are relatively minor, since you're considering this nettop for its compact Acer Aspire R3610. About the only solid bone I Acer Aspire R3610 to pick with the AspireRevo is the boatload of bloatware loaded on the hard drive.
The McAfee Internet Security package is comprehensive, but it's only got a day trial subscription, so it won't update to new threats unless you pay for the full package. Performance The AspireRevo really isn't Acer Aspire R3610 speed burner in the benchmark tests: These are both very long process times compared with Core 2 Duo-powered systems like the Apple Mac mini 1: Let's put it this way: The PCMark Vantage test shows the system's performance in day-to-day tasks like playing back videos, surfing Acer Aspire R3610 Web, and doing office tasks.
The AspireRevo was able to garner a respectable 1, point score. This is on the high end of Atom-powered nettops: In informal testing, the AspireRevo was a little sluggish compared to Acer Aspire R3610 Core 2 Duo desktop or laptop, but it was about the same speed as a netbook or other nettops. Again, you can do your everyday tasks on it fine; it's just slower when you get to more strenuous tasks.