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Acer Veriton Nettop Computer - Intel Celeron 887 1.50 GHz - Gray, Black

Acer Veriton Nettop Computer - Intel Celeron 887 1.50 GHz - Gray, Black
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Mar, 2018

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 3 reviews of Acer Veriton Nettop Computer - Intel Celeron 887 1.50 GHz - Gray, Black. The average rating for this product is 4.0/5, compared to an average rating of 4.2/5 for other Desktops for all reviews. People are impressed by the price.


On average, users rate this product 80/100.

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Decent for the money


Ship with Mint 15 and everyone will be happy!

This machine makes a great Linux Mint workstation. It's cheap and works well for web browsing and other low resource tasks. I would buy another

The Linux distro that comes preinstalled is rubbish and as a I have limited tech knowledge, it took me some time to figure out how to upgrade the kernel to 10.11 so that a Linux Mint 15 distro would work properly

Oct, 2013

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Great machine


This is a great computer for probably anything except maybe gaming. I love the small footprint. How they get all that computing power in such a small package is Amazing. If you need a Cd or DVD drive then you'll have to get an external one, but other...

Small footprint. Built-in Wifi

No Cd or DVD drive

Sep, 2013

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Bizarre graphics hardware


This would make a VERY nice box for Asterisk, Zoneminder, backup operations and lots of other things... If only the graphics weren't so disagreeable.

I deploy and manage quite a few Linux servers for a number of clients. This box ships with Linpus Linux, so I thought other recent distros would install easily. I prefer CentOS for server tasks and Ubuntu for user-centric boxes. I tried Ubuntu 12.04...

The previously mentioned graphics-on-crack

Feb, 2013