Zotac ZBOX Nano AD10 Plus U Mini PC Review

Zotac is one of a select few companies that have fully embraced the ultra-small form factor and home theater PC markets. Although they’re also known for producing custom, high-end graphics cards, and an array of motherboards, which include a smorgasbord or mini-ITX options, Zotac’s Zbox and Mag lines of mini PCs are quite diverse. A quick jaunt to their website reveals over 30 ultra small form factor designs that leverage technology from Intel, AMD, NVIDIA, and even VIA.

What’s also interesting about Zotac’s mini-PCs are their extensive feature sets. Zotac seemingly crams as many features into a small space as physically possible. If you need proof, look no further than the Zotac Zbox Nano AD10 Plus we’ll be showing you all here...

Zotac ZBOX Nano AD10 Plus U Mini PC Review

Via:  HotHardware
Tags:  SFF, Zotac, Nano, PC, HTPC, Mini, Fusion, ZBox
realneil 3 years ago

It's amazing to me just how much they can put into such a little enclosure for such a low price. I agree about getting the bare-bones version and putting your own memory and hard disk into it.

I like how it mounts to the rear of your screen too.

KreepyK 3 years ago

It amazes me too. It's quite an impressive system for it's size and the VESA mount is very clever.

Inspector 3 years ago

like the mounting idea. Having smacked so much into a box is just impressive. Performance for it isn't bad as well.

omegadraco 3 years ago

Thanks for the review this would be awesome for a kiosk or something...

Tralalak 3 years ago

Hi Marco.

Thank you for review.

Will you testing also Zotac ZBOX Nano VD01 with VIA Platfrom (VIA Nano X2 + VX900)?

pwrntspd 3 years ago

This thing is tiny! Pretty cool to see such a small machine with such good performance. I think im going to wait to see what krishna has to offer next year and then decide on an HTPC.

RFilibustiere 2 years ago

I have only one question Marco,

Can I install my own os on this machine or not ?

I see All in one (no os) but I'm not quite sure I can install the os over.



MBauer 2 years ago

You would install the OS of your choice as long as it is compatible with the system.  They tell you no OS so you know that you need to either find one or purchase one.

MBauer 2 years ago

Does anyone know if the esata has a port multiplier on it? Probably not but I was thinking this could make a nice nas with an external esata or usb 3 cage.

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