Acer has officially unveiled their Revo Build desktop PC, a small, stackable machine that almost anyone can upgrade. Acer’s taken inspiration from Project Ara of all places, allowing users to customize the device depending on their needs by placing upgrade blocks on the top of the main device to expand storage or even graphics capabilities.
The Revo Build starts as a lone block that contains a low-power Intel Pentium or Celeron processor and 32GB of storage. Additional blocks can add more storage, RAM, and even a projector or a graphics card that attaches quickly and easily using magnetic couplings and pogo pins. Acer hasn’t officially unveiled the upgrade options of their machine, but it’s slated to be released in selected countries come October, with a base price of €199, or Php 10.5K.