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Zotac ZBox Nano AD10 Plus Review

Rating: 8.0.

Today we are looking at the latest Zotac Zbox Nano AD10 system, a diminutive, low cost computer, ideal for duties as a general workhorse system and for high definition media playback.

Zotac have experienced successful launches with their previous range of Zbox ‘mini pc’ systems, and the latest NANO AD10 shifts from Intel’s ATOM to the AMD Fusion platform.

The NANO is all about the size, and as the image above shows, it can easily fit into an open palm. It measures 12x12x4 centimeters and has full support for Windows 7 64 bit. At £249 inc vat, it is certainly targeting a wide audience.

For the asking price you get the NANO, which includes:

  • AMD Zacate APU – E350 (HD 6310 graphics) @ 1.6ghz.
  • AMD Hudson Chipset. (2 channel high definition audio support)
  • 802.11 b/g/n, fully qualified BlueTooth V3.0.
  • 2GB DDR3 memory (expandable to 4GB)
  • 320GB 2.5 inch hard drive.
  • remote controller.
  • Windows 7 s32/64 bit drivers.

All you need is to install the Windows operating system and you are ready to rock.

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  • Brooke

    Wow that is tiny, smallest computer ive seen.

  • Stephen

    I have the same hard drive in my dell laptop and its dire. Apart from that this looks like a nice system. Small too.

    Id change the hdd but not much else

  • Derek

    The green top is wicked, is that an led?

    Great looking media system. Well constructed

  • Pete

    Shame it isnt a tiny bit bigger and had a bluray drive. Bit i pose it would cost 400 then

  • Lucas

    They should do one in black and green

  • Young

    I am ordering one as I love the fact this has displayport ! I will replace the drive and use it as an external storage unit. great review thanks.

  • Josh

    really pretty little nettop system, I love the appearance and loads of ports. including displayport and HDMI.

    Shame they dropped the ball a little with the hard drive, but its easy replaced and I like the fact you can put your own OS on it too

  • Or you could just buy the barebones one and get the RAM and drive yourself.

    Thorough review!

  • do you think it will be able to run Pro Evolution Soccer 2011/2012 with an acceptable fps?

    I’ve seen it run on a core i3 (before sandybridge) cpu + intel hd graphics and for me it works pretty well! (720p)

  • gurugraptor

    Lower RPM drive is to keep the box cool. A higher RPM Drive may cause heat issues.

  • Slim

    Wonder if the remote will work with Linux

  • Nintendork

    HD6310 destroy i3 graphic by a 3x factor.

  • francois

    hello, i have problem during catalyst 11.11 on my AD10-Win7 Pro 64b and a black screen instead of the gina after each reboot. did you test catalyst 11.11 on a W7 Pro 64b ?
    Thank you

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