Acer Reveal 20 Inch “Veriton Z” AIO Desktop PCs



/ 5 years ago

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Acer have just announced the latest interesting addition to their AIO desktop series. The new Veriton Z2640G All-In-One desktop PCs offer a portable and powerful desktop-style PC. They feature a modular component design for easy maintenance and upgrades, removable feet and VESA mounting to save space.

The main chassis tilts from 6 to 60 degrees in terms of viewing angles and there is a front facing 2MP webcam. Users can opt for Windows 8 Pro or Windows 7 Professional, Acer’s way of appealing to the business sector. Specifications aren’t amazing but offer enough to be functional as a desktop PC. There are two models available, the first comes with a Celeron 1007U processor that offers 2MB of Cache and two cores at 1.5GHz, this has 2GB of DDR3 (expandable to 16GB) and costs $539. The second model comes with a Pentium 2117U which has 2MB of cache and two cores at 1.8GHz, this has 4GB of RAM (also expandable to 16GB) and an RRP of $599.

Other features include a 19.5 inch LED LCD display with a 1600 by 900 resolution. Each system has two integrated speakers, a microphone, a USB 3.0 port, two USB 2.0 ports and HDMI in. Storage is provided by a 500GB 7200 RPM drive.

Acer also integrated a wide range of their security and management tools for business clients. Acer will ship these units at the end of the month and they will have a one year warranty.

Image courtesy of Acer

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3 Responses to “Acer Reveal 20 Inch “Veriton Z” AIO Desktop PCs”
  1. Derek Johnstone Macrae says:

    celeron and pentium…….jeez, those must be $30 parts

  2. d6bmg says:

    Big meh! at the configurations.. There should have been i3 (at least). Those celerons and pentiums are way too slow to run any good multithreaded apps.

  3. d6bmg says:

    Or choosing APUs would have been better then these craps..

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