It is clear that when designing the Revo Acer were looking to create a machine which would fit in well with the users other living room devices such as set-top boxes and as a result it looks rather like a DVD or Blu-Ray player. Interestingly though, at 25.4x30x18cm it is actually more compact than most players.
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http://www.socio.msu.ru/?essay-in-civil-services Essay In Civil Services The right edge of the system has our slot to fit the stand and over on the left we find the release mechanism for the keyboard. Flipping the system over shows a detailed list of specifications along with various information sections, we can also see the base of the keyboard.
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