BERLIN -- The Acer DA241HL might look like a regular desktop all-in-one, but it runs entirely on Android, rather than Windows. It's due to go on sale in October for €429.
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The computer has a 24-inch display, which is loads of room to show off Angry Birds.
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It's of course a touch-enabled display, allowing my delightful colleague Luke Westaway to fling those birds like never before.
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It's running Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean, which looks very close to the stock version -- Acer hasn't put many of its own touches over the top, thankfully.
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There's a wireless keyboard and mouse included, too, in case you don't fancy poking at the onscreen keyboard.
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It's quite slender, so you won't need to make much room on your desk to fit it in.
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All the ports are housed around the back to stop it looking too cluttered if you want it in your living room.
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It's supported by quite a flimsy-looking stand. Whether this can put up with abuse from over-excited children remains to be seen.
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It won't lie completely flat but it'll fold down quite a bit if you want to crowd a few people around.
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It's running on an Nvidia Tegra 3 mobile processor. Sadly, that's not the latest Tegra 4 chip.
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There's a speaker bar running along the bottom underneath the screen.
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