The Acer AspireRevo bolt-on PC will also be coming to Packard Bell, part of the Acer group, in the form of the iMax mini.

Details are currently light on the ground, but Packard Bell have detailed that it will feature the Intel Atom N230 processor backed by Nvidia ION to give you a more powerful graphics offering.

Other specs read out as 2GB RAM, 250GB hard drive, with 6x USB, HDMI and VGA.

It will come with the gaming pad we saw last month too, and Packard Bell see it as a competitor to the Nintendo Wii, whilst giving you the benefits of a regular PC for internet access and so on.

It comes with a "from" price of £249, but it isn't clear exactly how the specs will break down.

We'll bring you all the details when we have them.