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Acer Veriton N260G nettop arrives, does not blow minds

Nilay Patel
08.18.09
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Alright, we understand that Acer's new Veriton N260G Atom nettop is primarily aimed at businesses and comes with novel features like "OneButton Recovery" system restore and "eLock Management" for data security, but the pricing seems way out of line to us: the NVIDIA Ion-powered AspireRevo starts at $299, while the Veriton uses the far less powerful Intel GMA 4500MHD chip and costs $399. That's pretty much all we need to know, but if you're still interested there's more info at the read link.

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