Acer Revo Build hands-on: Mini PC goes oddly modular

Building a PC isn’t unusual, and even small-form-factor computers can be pieced together DIY-style, but Acer is hoping to lure even technophobes with its modular model. The Acer Revo Build, announced at IFA 2015 today, has the tiny footprint we’ve come to expect from a SFF chassis but splits its core features into different blocks.

So, at the bottom you have the graphics block, with the main PC section – the only part with an obvious Acer logo – stacked on top of it. Above that, there’s what Acer’s calling the “Voice Block”: effectively the audio section, with a headphone amp and physical volume knob.

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