Summary: I kind of overworked this pc, but it's lasted a good while despite it. I've used Paint tool sai on it and a bunch of other programs. Overheats easily, but as I said, I know I'm overworking it, and only because my previous pc died and I needed one for school. If you're planning on just using it for basic home pc stuff, internet and watching movies, it's definitely a good one to have for the price!
Summary: I upgraded to this unit after using a Revo 3610 for several years. It's primary function is as a music file server using the optical link to a separate DAC. The RL 100 has more memory and storage than the previous unit and with Win 7 it serves my needs quite well. I use it in the horizontal position. The hide-away key board is a compact, convenient feature. My only CON is Acer's consistently poor documentation.
Summary: the revo 100 is a great machine. all the reviews saying that it is slow and under powered are very misleading. it may be underpowered if you are trying to play hard core games or editing video. but it works more than fine for what i believe is its intended purpose which is web surfing and streaming. i use this pc for school as well. works great with microsoft office however you will want a full size wireless mouse and keyboard. the revo 100 streams very well.
Summary: Been searching for a reasonably priced HDMI output quiet HTPC for my living room, and this absolutely fit the bill. Powerful enough to stream without buffer/lag from network, dvd, TV, Hulu, Netflix, etc (which comparably sized Atom-based units just couldn't do). Absolutely quiet. Looks just like another piece of AV equipment in my entertainment unit.