Acer reveals new professional desktop PC range

Would you like that in small, medium or large?

Coming in a pint-sized box that seems too cute to be taken seriously, the Veriton L670 from Acer is the smallest of the range, and continues the company's popular tendency for ultra small form factor PCs. Thankfully, the PC still has some guts, powered by a choice of either Intel Core 2 Duo or Core 2 Quad processors on a Q45 Express chipset with Intel's vPro capability alongside, allowing IT departments to easily maintain and administer commercial PCs remotely. The PC also packs up to 4GB of DDR2 RAM, a maximum of 1TB storage and a SuperMulti DVD-RW drive with Labelflash technology. For the environmentally (or wallet) conscious, each PC is supported by an EnergyStar 4.0 certification and will consume 135W during use. Expect to pay a little extra for the space minimisation, with the standard configuration costing businesses $AU1477.

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