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Monday, 10 December 2012 15:11

Zotac ZBOX Nano XS AD11 Plus reviewed

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Review: Smallest ZBOX packs quite a punch


Back when Zotac's tiny ZBox Nano XS was first showcased at Cebit in March, we were very impressed by the compact form factor and just about everything else going for it. So, when Zotac offered us a chance to check out the ZBOX Nano XS AD11 Plus, we couldn't pass. The ZBox Nano XS AD11 Plus is a complete system rather than a barebone and it's packed in a chassis, with a smaller footprint than a DVD. However, it still has all the features that you'd would whether you are looking for a frugal office rig or HTPC system.

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The ZBOX Nano line actually features a total of five different computers based on either AMD, VIA or Intel platforms. ZBOX Nano systems, measuring 127x127x45mm, are a bit larger than the ZBOX Nano XS, which measures just 106x106x37mm and it is one of the smallest x86 systems on the market today.

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