If you’re seeking for a little PC, afterwards zero beats a Raspberry Pi in conditions of distance (and price). But if we wish something a bit some-more means in a opening department, and means to run Windows, afterwards Zotac‘s ZBOX line is a good solution. Better yet, they only managed to trim 17% off a distance of a ZBOX nano.
Zotac introduced a palm-sized ZBOX nano final Aug carrying a AD10 indication number, an AMD Brazos E-350 APU using during 1.6GHz, 2GB RAM, and a 320GB tough drive. This week a revised chronicle of a nano, called a ZBOX nano XS AD11 Plus has been voiced sporting a revised pattern and not as big footprint.
Inside you’ll find an AMD dual-core E-450 APU using during 1.65GHz joined with a Radeon HD 6320 GPU. The 2GB of RAM stays (4GB maximum), though a 320GB HDD has been transposed with a 64GB mSATA SSD. The handling complement is left up to you, with both Windows 7 and Linux options supported.
The SSD might be small, though afterwards this Personal Computer is some-more media box than a desktop replacement. It additionally has HDMI-out, dual USB 3.0 ports, a 6-in-1 mental recall label reader, and an IR sensor for a remote. So we can simply offshoot up a quick tough expostulate or mental recall label full of media and tide it to your TV.
The 17% rebate in distance might not receptive to advice identical to a lot, though a strange ZBOX nano was already little during 127 x 127 x 45mm. The AD11 right away measures a small 106 x 106 x 37mm, and it ships with a mountain for stealing it upon a behind of a guard or TV, too.
There’s no word upon pricing, though a existent ZBOX nano goes for in between $210-$280, so I’d design a identical cost for a new model.
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