Acer Aspire X3810
Released June, 2009
The Pros:Small form factor takes up minimal room, makes it a good HTPC. Included keyboard, mouse and speakers make it ready to go out of the box. Impressively quiet while in use.
The Cons:Narrow case limits expansion. Somewhat overpriced for a Core 2 Duo system. Tiny power supply (220w) limits graphical expansion.
The Acer Aspire X3810 is a small form factor desktop PC released in June 2009. This desktop computer is available in two different configurations based on the Intel Pentium e5200, a dual core processor at a speed of 2.50GHz.
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The base model (AX3810-B3801A) features Windows Vista 64-bit, 4GB of DDR3 memory, a 320GB SATA hard drive, a DVD writer, a multi-in-one card reader and integrated Intel GMA X4500 graphics. Also included is an Acer P205H 20” widescreen LCD monitor. The AX3810-U3802A is the same as the base model, except for the inclusion of an analog/digital TV tuner with remote. This model comes with Acer’s 20” X203H widescreen monitor. Both models come standard with 5.1 surround sound support plus HDMI output for HDTVs. One will find an empty PCI-E 2.0 x16 slot for those wishing to upgrade to a low-profile graphics card. A keyboard /mouse and external speakers are included in the box as well.
- Windows Vista Home Premium (64-bit)
- Intel Pentium Processor E5200 (2MB L2 cache, 2.50GHz, 800MHz FSB)
- Intel G43 Express chipset
- 4GB DDR3 memory (user upgradable to 8GB)
- 320GB SATA hard drive
- DVD writer (Labelflash)
- Integrated Intel Graphics Media Accelerator X4500
- HDMI, headphones, microphone and 5.1 HD audio (analog/digital)
- RJ-45 LAN gigabit
- eSATA port
- FireWire port
- 9 USB 2.0 ports (5 front, 4 back)
- Drive bays: 1 x 3.5" (internal), 1 x 5.25"
- 1 x PCI Express 2.0 x1 , 1 x PCI Express 2.0 x16
- Power supply: 220w
- Dimensions: 3.9" W x 13.9" D x 10.4" H
User Reviews (12)
Small form factor takes up minimal room, makes it a good HTPC.
Included keyboard, mouse and speakers make it ready to go out of the box.
Impressively quiet while in use.
HDMI port out of the box.
Narrow case limits expansion.
Somewhat overpriced for a Core 2 Duo system.
Tiny power supply (220w) limits graphical expansion.
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