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Acer Veriton X270 offers affordable computing

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Acer Veriton X270Acer has recently launched a new desktop computer that can compete with many of these small, low power and low price nettops, in terms of prices. The Veriton X270 is sufficiently close to a desktop PC in its own right, thanks to the support offered for the Intel Core 2 Duo processor and discrete graphics. This allows system that provides a higher performance, but with a price close to that of a nettop rather than a desktop computer.

The new X270 is launched some of the Acer Veriton business desktop line and is to provide potential customers with a system that emphasizes performance, design and safety. With a price of only € 399, the new enterprise desktop Acer offers support for one of many Intel Core 2 Duo. In addition, the X270 supports up to 4GB of DDR2 memory and is equipped with a 500GB hard drive, providing users only enough space to store their media library.

Acer has managed to create such a system with an NVIDIA-based 630th motherboard that provides support for all components listed above, but even with the integrated graphics solution, GeForce 7100 IGP. This feature allows the X270 to provide users with support for HD audio, thanks to NVIDIA's Pure Video HD technology. In addition, the X270 has been designed in 10-liter cases, reducing the space required space for this system.

On the front of the Veriton X270, users will have access to a number of connectivity options include four USB 2.0 ports, multi-format card reader, eSATA, headphone and microphone and the necessary optical drive. As with most of the computers shipped today, Veriton X270 comes with Microsoft Windows Vista Business operating system.

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