Zotac ZBox nano XS AD11 Plus mini-PC packs in AMD E-450 APU

Zotac ZBOX nano XS

The Zotac ZBox nano XS AD11 Plus mini-PC is here with an AMD E-450 APU, an AMD Radeon HD 6320 CPU, a 64GB mSATA SSD and Windows 7 with Aero UI to boot. Though the device’s name may sound like it has some identity issues, the company claims it to be ‘extra small and pocketable.’

The mini-PC happens to feature AMD Steady Video, AMD Perfect Picture HD, and Microsoft DirectX technologies on the specifications front. It arrives with Gigabit Ethernet, a couple of SuperSpeed USB 2.0 ports, a pair of USB 3.0 ports, an HDMI output and a combo eSATA/USB 2.0 port. 2GB DDR3 memory, a microphone input, a 6-in-1 memory card reader and an integrated IR receiver are just part of the connectivity options.

Zotac ZBox mini-PC

“Size matters when it comes to desktop systems. We are always trying to push full-featured systems into the smallest size possible,” remarked Carsten Berger, marketing director, Zotac International. “Our new Zotac ZBox nano XS AD11 Plus shows that you can pack a complete high-definition capable desktop PC into a miniature form factor that conveniently fits in the smallest places.”

But let’s get to the main point here – the new nano XS is almost 17% smaller than its predecessor. Its chassis is basically a 106mm box which has a 37mm height. What’s more, it’s the first time Zotac is bringing in SSD storage with the 64GB mSATA SSD we’ve already mentioned above.

Zotac ZBox nano XS

The Zotac ZBox nano XS mini-PC price starts at $359.99. But anyone looking to lay hands on one may probably have to take lessons in patience since it was out of stock when we last checked.

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