Taiwan site PCADV shows us the not-yet-announced Gateway QX2800, which is basically an Ion nettop rebranded from Acer’s AspireRevo. It’s not really surprise to see this as Gateway is part of Acer family. However, the QX2800 and AspireRevo are not really identical as the former gets the Intel Atom 330 dual core processor instead of the Atom 230 used by the Revo and a higher capacity hard drive of 500GB.
Other features are just the same including the NVIDIA Ion 9400M graphics chipset, 4-in-1 card reader, WiFi 802.11b/g/n, HDMI output and six USB 2.0 ports. The QX2800 runs Windows Vista Home Premium with SP1.
Thanks to the dual core processor, the Windows Experience Index of Vista of the QX2800 is 4.3, which is a 40% improvement from Revo’s 3.0. (Click to enlarge the image).