Acer Revo Cube RN76 powered by Intel kabylake processors launched for 599 dollars

Acer Revo Cube RN76 review

Acer Revo Cube RN76 is the latest mini PC to hit the market. This is the third generation of Acer Revo mini PCs which is doing quite well in US and other markets. At first glance, the Acer Revo Cube looks remarkably similar to the Intel NUC mini PC which is not a bad thing at all.

Acer Revo Cube RN76 specifications include Intel Core i3 / i5 / i7 (Kaby Lake) processor, Intel HD Graphics 510 or 520 graphics depending on the chip, up to 32GB of DDR4-2133 RAM and up to 256GB SSD M.2 storage and with up to 2TB hard drive (or SSD. Also onboard is a WiFi 802.11ac radio, three USB 3.0 ports, one USB Type-C, a RJ45 Gigabit Ethernet, HDMI and typical audio jacks. Tis mini PC runs on Windows 10 operating system.

This Acer Revo Cube was released at a global conference in New York. It is also said to have some form of Qi wireless charging so there is battery inside and it can operate for sometime without AC power. It would also be able to power your smartphone and other devices since it boats power USB ports.

We love everything about it. It is quite similar to the Acer Aspire GX-281 but lacks a dedicated graphics card. This would made it ideal for basic gaming and CAD related tasks. That being said, Acer Revo Cube is good enough for your daily computing tasks and drive a mini projector or desktop monitor with ease, which is done by, like 95 percent of the users.

Acer Revo Cube (RN76) will be available on the market in August at a starting price of $ 599 and we will have more information on this model later this month during Computex 2017.