Acer's biggest hit of this year's IFA is also, arguably, its biggest surprise. The Revo Build M1-601 is a mini PC so small you can comfortably hold it in the palm of your hand – assuming, of course, that you don't go crazy with the modular levels and build yourself a skyscraper.
The adorable Windows 10 PC features a series of stackable blocks that clip on to one another, giving the computer additional features and expanding on its existing ones – like turning the measly built-in 32 GB of storage into a full terabyte.
It's a pretty cool little system that snaps together magnetically and gives nonmechanically-inclined users a little taste of the customization home builders have known for years. It also looks pretty cool.
More details are almost certainly forthcoming around the time the device launches in Europe with a €199 starting price.