Zotac Zbox HD-ID11 reviewed, muscles high def content with ease

by Rafael Hernandez on July 13, 2010 · 0 comments

Most barebones computers out there leave the bulk of the setup choices up to you which..is the point as it saves you a bit of cash in the end but for the purpose built PCs out there something a little more turnkey would be nice in order to get things going quickly.

The Zotac Zbox HD-ID11 won’t win any speed awards with its Intel Atom CPU and the Pine Trail platform’s distinct graphics chip snub, via a single PCIe link, means the onboard NVIDIA ION graphics chip doesn’t exactly get to stretch its legs but, through some driver tweaking trickery, you can get some serious high definition multimedia playback going especially if you pop in the system’s XBMC Live CD or roll your own USB key for that OS-free feeling.

Zotac’s Zbox HD-ID11 barebones nettop @ The Tech Report
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