Acer Veriton

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search

Acer Veriton series is a line of Acer PCs designed for business and professional users. The series includes several PCs with different sizes, shapes, performance and functionality. Veriton PCs come in various configurations, as well as dimensions, to cover the specific needs and demands: Micro-tower, Small Form Factor and Ultra Small Form Factor. All Acer Veriton desktop PCs labelled ‘G’ meet a variety of international standards for low energy consumption such as energy star 4.0, EPEAT Silver, RoHS and Green Seal.

Acer Veriton found in Chiang Mai university

Veriton N Nettop models[N 1][edit]

Model CPU Chipset Graphics Ethernet Wifi Released
N260G[1] Intel Atom N280 Intel GN40 GMA 4500M 1x gigabit None Aug 18, 2009[2]
N270G[1] Intel Atom D510 Intel NM10 GMA 3150 1x gigabit None Unreleased (became N281G)
N281G[1] Intel Atom D425/D525 Intel NM10 GMA 3150 1x gigabit 802.11 b/g/n Oct 6, 2010[3]
N282G[1] Intel Atom D425/D525 Intel NM10 Nvidia ION 1x gigabit 802.11 b/g/n Oct 6, 2010[3]
  1. ^ All using the same small form factor case as the Aspire Revo, but in a slightly different colour scheme. See Aspire Revo / Veriton and here

Veriton Desktop models[edit]

All desktop models come with integrated graphics only.

Model CPU Chipset Ethernet Released
M460[4] Intel Core 2
Intel Pentium
Intel Celeron
Intel 946GZ 1x Gigabit
VM2610[5] Intel Pentium
Intel i3 (Sandy Bridge)
Intel H61 1x Gigabit
VM4618G[6] Intel i5 (Sandy Bridge)
Intel i7 (Sandy Bridge)
Intel Q65 1x Gigabit

Other Veriton Desktop/Nettop models[edit]

  • Acer Veriton Z280G
  • Acer Veriton Z292G
  • Acer Veriton Z410G
  • Acer Veriton Z431G
  • Acer Veriton M430G
  • Acer Veriton M275
  • Acer Veriton X275
  • Acer Veriton M480G
  • Acer Veriton X490G
  • Acer Veriton M490G
  • Acer Veriton L480G
  • Acer Veriton L670G
  • Acer Veriton S680G
  • Acer Veriton M680G
  • Acer Veriton M670G
  • Acer Veriton M68WS
  • Acer Veriton M67WS
  • Acer Veriton M421G
  • Acer Veriton X480G

References and notes[edit]

External links[edit]