Adobe Flash Player 10.1 Beta Released for Atom Ion


Ok, Adobe Flash Player 10.1 Beta was Released for Atom Ion!  It supports GPU acceleration and GPU off loading of graphics processing for mobile devices and Intel Atom Ion PC’s like Acer Revo 3610, Asrock 330 etc.

So, if you have one of these Atom Ion units, you should be able to view web based content like Hulu with flawless quality. It may not help Flash based content viewed inside Boxee just yet as Boxee does not support GPU off loading or GPU acceleration. But the upcoming Boxee Beta may just incorportate that feature. I hope so.

Be careful. It is BETA, so you may experience issues. Hopefully not. I’m installing it on my Acer Revo 3610 ASAP!

Available for Windows, Linux and Intel Mac.

Get the download from Adobe here: Adobe Flash Beta 10.1

Post a comment on how it works on your Atom Ion!

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4 Responses to Adobe Flash Player 10.1 Beta Released for Atom Ion

  1. Martin says:

    Hi paul,
    I also have a revo 3610 and find it great for everything except BBC iPlayer, I have read that there is a bug with the latest Flashplayer Version 10 Beta2 which screws up the acelleration that worked fine in Beta1 Could you email me the install file for the version you were using for the above review please?
    Thanks for the review it was one of the reasons I bought this great little PC.

  2. Paul Roberts says:


    I have a mega zip pack with all the matching Nvidia and Flash Beta 10.1 1p here:
    It’s listed wither the Flash + Matching Nvidia Video Drivers Or just the Flash files.

    I still use this today as the P2 beta and matching Nvidia drivers do not work quite as well as you found out.

  3. Rose says:

    I have downloaded this Flash player but am still unable to play Scrabble on Facebook! The page ads load but the game will not! Very frustrating……Any suggestions?? I have an Aspire One and love it except for this.

  4. Paul J Roberts says:


    Some webs and maybe browser games have not updated to work with Flash 10.1.
    Also, you have to install the flash player for the browser you are using. If IE, then install with it. If you then change to FFox, you’ll have to install it again for that browser.

    I’m sorry, but I don’t have a background in testing or troubleshooting browser based flash games. You may want to try looking at the FAQ section of the site hosting the game. They might give you some hints. 😉

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