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|Review: Zotac ZBox Nano-XS AD11 Plus|
|Posted by Ed Smith|
|Wednesday, 09 May 2012 04:13|
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We have something different here today courtesy of Zotac! It's a tiny little computer. If the box is to believed it is smaller in all dimensions (and power usage!) than some of my fans for CPU cooling.
Just the fan, mind you, we're not talking the entire heatsink here.
Don't believe me? Keep reading, in the pictures section you'll get a side by side comparison.
In the mean time, we'll let Zotac have a chance to talk about themselves for a moment.
Here in North America we don't see a lot of what Zotac does, they're known for some absolutely insane engineering on asian market parts. We get a hint of what they can do when we look at their mITX motherboards that have all the ATX board features in a tiny, tiny size. Or when we look at this crazy small ZBox Nano XS AD11 Plus HTPC. The name is almost bigger than the thing itself. I digress, let us move on to something with some real substance, the features and specifications!