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Acer Veriton N282G Nettop upgraded to ION 2, Atom D525

The first iteration of Acer’s Veriton nettop, the N260G was rather forgettable – it was Nvidia ION-less and packed a single core Atom N280 processor. The second generation N281G that just got announced today is on par with the Acer Aspire Revo 3700, although it seems identical apart from the color choice – A dual core Atom D525 processor and Nvidia ION 2 graphics. Other specs – 320GB HDD , 2GB DDR3 RAM, b/g/n Wi-Fi, Gigabit LAN and Windows 7 Home Premium. This one is $100 more expensive at $450 vs $350 for the Revo. On the software side there’s something new – the Veriton ControlCenter which includes QuickMigration and PowerSaver apps.

I also notice some hardware differences in the press picture. There’s no S/PDIF on the front (maybe, there’s something there), there are 2x USB ports where the empty plastic stub was on the Revo 3700, and two more USB ports above the card reader.

Source: Engadget

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