Boasts a living-room-ready design.
A unique touch-pad input device.
Capable media features, including a Blu-ray drive.
Not meant for gaming or general productivity because of a low-power CPU.
By Missing Remote on November 08, 2011
The Acer Revo RL100 is an HTPC that we want to love. It sports an attractive aesthetic and has a clever design featuring the innovative touchpad/keyboard. The small size and included stand provide a great degree of flexibility.Depending on the...-
By G4tv.com on September 23, 2011
Video Review: The Acer Revo 100 is both slim and practical for any living room with a Blu-ray drive, removable touch pad controller and Acer's clear.fi program that makes connecting to other network device and television as easy as ever. Chris...80
By CNET Australia on August 22, 2011
The Revo 100 looks good and manages the home theatre PC concept about as well as anything we've seen. A pity, then, that it's so expensive for the power on...58
By APC Magazine on August 11, 2011
Just because the Acer Revo 100 is tiny doesn't mean it's underpowered, with an Athlon II Neo K325 processor, 2GB of DDR3 memory and NVIDIA's ION GPU. This provides more than enough oomph to decode 3D Blu-rays, which are supported via the...80
By cnet on August 05, 2011
Not everyone wants a living-room computer, but the Acer Revo 100 is one of the better low-cost HTPCs we've seen thanks to a wisely chosen feature set, its attractive design, and a mostly well-conceived input...72
By PCWorld New Zealand on May 27, 2011
Acer’s Revo 100 is a Home Theatre PC (HTPC), capable of replacing most – if not all – of the devices connected to your television today.We’ve looked at more than a few hardware media players – devices that bring your...80
By Good Gear Guide on May 16, 2011
The Acer Revo 100 is a tiny home-theatre PC quipped with an AMD CPU and NVIDIA ION graphics that can be used to process Full HD video. It's small and neat and only features essential connectivity options. However, we think it's way too...60
By Whathifi.com on March 15, 2011
Boy, did we agonise over this one. ’s Revo 100 is in many ways the most properly thought-out media centre PC we’ve seen; but it’s got a couple of crucial flaws that mean we just can’t recommend it.What does that equate to? Well,...40
By itreviews.com on February 04, 2011
Why would you pay £500 for this media PC, rather than £300 for a combined PVR and Blu-ray player? It's slimmer, sleeker and includes a full 64-bit version of Windows 7 Home Premium. If you fancy accessing the Internet using your telly, as...-
By PC Pro on January 25, 2011
An affordable Blu-ray player, media streamer and PC in one, and with a wonderfully innovative remote...83