Computex 2010: ZOTAC Displays New ITX Motherboards, ZBOX Models

HTPC builders will have more options available soon, thanks to a trio of mini-ITX motherboards we came across while checking out the ZOTAC booth during Computex 2010. The new ION ITX model replaces the Intel Atom processor found in the previous model with a dual-core CULV SU2300 CPU, while making use of NVIDIA ION graphics and DDR3-1066 memory. In addition, the H55 ITX WiFi motherboard sports an LGA1156 socket and supports the latest Intel Core i3, i5, and i7 processors. This board also provides users with two USB 3.0 ports, a PCIe x16 slot, DDR3-1333, and WiFi 802.11n capability. A more affordable version of this board will also be launched, without USB 3.0 and replaces the PCIe x16 slot with an x1 expansion socket.

We also found a couple of new ZBOX models on display. The HD-ND22 barebone mini-PC packs Intel's CULV SU2300 processor, while the HD-AD01 ships with an AMD Athlon Neo X2 L325 dual core CPU. More details on these products are available in our video roll here... 

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