Acer America today announced that the Acer Veriton X270 series of business desktop PCs are available in the North American commercial channel.
The Veriton X270 leverages a choice of Intel processors, including Intel Core 2 Duo, Serial ATA hard disk technology and DDR2 memory. NVIDIA GeForce 7100 graphics with PureVideo HD technology provide high picture quality.
The Veriton X270 desktop is built to be robust and showcases a sharply refined chassis design, making it a handsome addition to any office. Most importantly, it?s housed in a compact 10 liter case, so it fits within tight spaces to maximize desk space, critical in cube environments.
For easy access and reach, the power button is located toward the top of the chassis and the optical disk drive is door-less. USB 2.0 ports are positioned both on the front and rear of the chassis for a total of nine connections to printers, flash drives, VoIP phones, etc.
The system also comes with an HDMI port and 5.1 channel high-definition audio is integrated to enhance clarity for conference calls and other business audio demands.
The Veriton X270 allows administrators to manage assets as well as to diagnose, reboot and repair systems remotely. Security updates can be pushed to PCs even when they?re powered off, reducing deployment time. Removable data devices, optical drives, and other interfaces are password protected and an eSATA drive backs up large files, photos and videos.
Furthermore, Gigabit Ethernet is provided.
The Veriton X270 desktop PCs are now available in North America via Acer authorized resellers with prices beginning at US$399
Specifications for the Veriton X270 Desktop PC Include:
Up to an Intel Core 2 Duo Processor (Up to 95 W)
Integrated NVIDIA GeForce 7100 and nForce 630i Graphics
Up to 4GB DDR2 557/800 MHz SDRAM (Single Channel Support on Two DIMMs)
Serial ATA Hard Disk Up to 500GB
SuperMulti with Labelflash Technology
Low-Profile Expansion Slots: One PCI Express x16, One PCI Express x1, Two PCI 2.3
Genuine Windows Vista Business
Microsoft Office Professional 2007 (60-Day Trial)
Embedded High-Definition Audio With 5.1-Channel Surround Sound Support