Acer's AC100 is definitely aimed at the server crowd with its Xeon and ECC RAM. We think Acer's missed an opportunity to service the enthusiast crowd though, as HP has done with its Proliant N40L.
As large as a leather-bound book, the Acer Aspire L320 is a full-featured lifestyle PC which promises to perform with the big boys without compromising space or power consumption.
The Aspire aspires to be one half media center, one half desktop PC, and it’s ultimately one half as compelling as a result.
While Acer points to the Veriton 1000 for corporate rollouts, the quietness, form factor and features of the L460 are perfect for the small business market.
Acer's stuffed decent hardware into an all-in-one (AIO) that only really suffers from having a small display screen.
Despite the quad-core processor and 4GB RAM, the M3200 is still a budget PC. If you're a bit strapped for cash and looking for a general purpose desktop, this might be the one for you.
The M5630 seems unable to decide if it's an entry level or a multimedia PC -- but might be a good first foray for entry level users who want to do both.
A decent home multimedia PC for the study, but sorely lacking as a Media Center for the living room.
We've seen Android in smartphones and tablets, and now it's making the leap to computers with the Acer DA241HL all-in-one.
The Acer Aspire e650 is a powerful, feature-rich media centre, but we're still not convinced that Viiv is mature enough for mass adoption.