Acer has today unveiled a new desktop system the runs on Google’s Chrome OS, dubbed the Chromebox CX1 it is a new budget computer for those looking for something simple, or similar to the Chromebook laptops.

In terms of specs the CX1 features an Intel Celeron processor with a Haswell architecture, which is backed up by 2GB or 4GB of RAM, a 16GB solid state drive, Intel HD graphics, four USB 3.0 ports, and a HDMI and DisplayPort.

Inside you will also find an SD card reader that supports up to 32GB, alongside Bluetooth 4.0 and WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n.

In terms of design, the CX1 is sized at 6.51 x 5.12 x 1.3 inches, and is VESA mountable.

The CX1 will also launch with a USB keyboard and mouse.

The 2GB RAM version of the Acer Chromebox CX1 will cost $179.99 and the 4GB version will be available for $219.99, both of which will launch in late September in North America.

There’s no news on wether the Chromebox will launch outside of North America yet.

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