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Next to a notebook, an all-in-one is the most difficult type of PC for a DIYer to build, simply because no one’s manufacturing enclosures capable of housing both a large monitor and the guts of a computer. Pick up Zotac’s ZBox Nano AD10 Plus and you can put together the next best thing: A computer that can hang off the back of almost any display you like, thanks to the included VESA mounting plate. The AD10’s dimensions, near-silent running, low power consumption, and generous I/O options render it a good choice for a disc-less home-theater PC, too. An HTPC that can’t play Blu-ray discs might seem gimped, but Vudu’s on-demand service is a much better alternative to renting Blu-ray movies from Netflix; and if you’re a collector, you should rip your movies, store the disc images on a server, and put the originals away for safekeeping anyway. The AD10 has plenty of horsepower for watching HD video and running lightweight applications, but don’t expect to play anything beyond the least-demanding games on this box. The AD10 is based on AMD’s dual-core Fusion E-350 CPU, running at a stock 1.6GHz. The E-350 features an integrated 500MHz Radeon HD 6310 GPU.
By TechwareLabs, published 31-10-2011
By TechRadar, published 29-10-2011
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By HotHardware, published 28-10-2011
Zotac is one of a select few companies that have fully embraced the ultra-small form factor and home theater PC markets. Although they’re also known for producing custom, high-end graphics cards, and an array of motherboards, which include a smorgasbord or mini-ITX options, Zotac’s Zbox and Mag lines of mini PCs are quite diverse....
By TechRadar, published 24-10-2011
Zotac has been the recent master of the small-form factor motherboard. We've seen H67 boards rocking the mini-ITX style, with the top-end Intel Z68 and AMD A75 chipsets getting the same sort of treatment. These boards all had something in common (aside from the scale); a surprising amount of serious functionality in a frankly silly size. Now Zotac has turned its shrink ray on full devices and has ...
By TechRadar, published 09-06-2011
Components company Zotac has announced its Zbox nano mini-PC, with a form factor of 127mm square and 45mm deep.The one-typo-away-from-a-lawsuit Zbox is built on AMD's Brazos E-350 APU platform, which includes Radeon HD 6310 graphics for high-definition Flash and Blu-ray support.In its barebones form, the wee PC ships without memory or a hard drive but it will accept DDR3 RAM and a 2.5-inch SATA 6....