Acer Extensa M2 series desktop PCs deliver the multitasking performance you need to optimise your productivity at the office. They come with Windows 8 Pro*, the latest Intel Core processors* and...
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We calculated the average ratings for all Acer PCs and also specifically for Acer few processor cores computers and found that in both cases Acer had good ratings compared to other manufacturers.
64-Bit Processor Operating Modes
This desktop computer supports a 64-bit processor operating modes, which is typical of many PCs of a comparable type and age to it.
Quite Fast On-Board Graphics Adapter Base Frequency
With an on-board graphics adapter base frequency of 350 megahertz, the Acer Extensa M2610 has a quite fast on-board graphics adapter base frequency compared to most of the other desktop computers of this age and spec. The on-board graphics adapter base frequencys of PCs of this age and type range from 100MHz to 740MHz, and the average on-board graphics adapter base frequency is 310MHz.
3 PCI Express Slots Version
This computer supports a 3 PCI Express slots version, which is the most commonly supported PCI Express slots version on desktop computers of a comparable age and type to it.
10/100/1000Base-T(X) Cabling Technology
This computer has a 10/100/1000Base-T(X) cabling technology, which is typical of many personal computers of this type and age.
Six USB 2.0 Ports Quantitys
The Acer Extensa M2610 is a six USB 2.0 ports quantity personal computer. Most of the other PCs of a comparable spec and age to the Extensa M2610 have between one and nine USB 2.0 ports quantitys.
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Supports One Placement Supported
The Extensa M2610 has a greater number of placements than most computers of this spec and age. This Acer personal computer supports a Vertical placement supported, which is the most frequently supported placement supported supported by PCs of a similar age and spec to the Extensa M2610.
Has One Cables Included
The number of included cables found on the Extensa M2610 is more than most PCs of a similar type and age to it. This Acer computer has an AC cables included, which is the most frequently found cables included found on few processor cores computers that were launched around the same time as the Extensa M2610.
5.1 Audio Output Channels
This PC has a 5.1 audio output channels, which is the most commonly found audio output channels on few processor cores computers that were released around the same time as it.
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Quite Slow Memory Bandwidth Supported by Processor (max)
The average memory bandwidth supported by processor (max) of desktop computers that were launched more than a year ago is 26GB/s, and the memory bandwidth supported by processor (max)s range from 10GB/s to 35GB/s. When compared to other computers of this type and age, the memory bandwidth supported by processor (max) of the Extensa M2610 of only 21.3 gigabytes per second is one of the slowest.
Quite Small Hard Drive Capacity
The hard drive capacitys of comparable spec desktop computers that were released around the same time as the Extensa M2610 range from 1GB to 2TB, and the average hard drive capacity is 640GB. The Extensa M2610 has one of the smaller hard drive capacitys (only 500 gigabytes) amongst similar spec computers of this age.
If you are looking for a computer with a bigger hard drive capacity then you might also want to look at the Acer Revo One RL85[plb_2893869_price] (1TB) which is also higher rated.
Quite Slow Memory Clock Speed
When compared to other few processor cores computers that are a comparable age to the Extensa M2610 that we have assessed, the Extensa M2610's memory clock speed of only 1,333 megahertz is one of the slowest. The average memory clock speed of desktop computers of a comparable age and type to the Extensa M2610 is 1,600MHz.
Only Two Processor Threadss
The Extensa M2610 is a two processor threads personal computer.
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Very Small Maximum On-Board Graphics Adapter Memory
At only 1.7 gigabytes, the Acer Extensa M2610 has a quite small maximum on-board graphics adapter memory compared to most of the other PCs that have been around for more than a year. Few processor cores computers that are a similar age to the Extensa M2610 have maximum on-board graphics adapter memorys of between 1GB and 16GB.
The lightest computer of this spec and age is 140g heavy, the heaviest is 16kg, and the average weight is 4.6kg. With a weight of 9.2 kilograms, the Extensa M2610 is quite heavy compared to most of the other few processor cores computers that have been available for a similar time to the Extensa M2610.
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Released Over a Year Ago
It was over a year ago when this personal computer was released.
Average Processor Frequency
With a processor frequency of 3.2 gigahertz, the Extensa M2610 has a pretty standard processor frequency compared to most of the other few processor cores computers that have been on the market for a comparable time to the Extensa M2610.
Average Total Storage Capacity
At 500 gigabytes, the Acer Extensa M2610 has a pretty typical total storage capacity compared to most of the other similar spec desktop computers that have been available for a comparable time to the Extensa M2610.
We compared all the other 500GB total storage capacity PCs to this desktop computer and we think the Asus VivoPC VM62[plb_2711692_price] which has better reviews is also worth considering.
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Average Internal Memory
With an internal memory of 4 gigabytes, the Extensa M2610 has a pretty standard internal memory compared to most of the other personal computers of a similar age and spec to the Extensa M2610.
HDD Storage Media
The storage speed of this personal computer is HDD, which is the most frequently found storage media on comparable spec desktop computers that have been available for a similar time to it. A Hard Disk Drive (HDD) is the traditional storage method for computers. A HDD stores the information on magnetic disks. HDD drives are cheap, but they are slower than Flash and SSD bases storage systems.