Wireless networking and HDMI make this tiny PC ideal for serving up living-room content.
Streams online HD video flawlessly.
Can play forgiving 3D games thanks to discrete graphics card.
Small and quiet.
AMD Athlon 2650e processor.
250GB hard drive.
Comparably slow productivity performance.
Upgradable slim-tower competition offers more potential and faster performance for a lower price.
Processor not suited for intensive use.
Outdated graphics not suitable for new games.
Monitor compulsorily part of the bundle.
No optical audio output.
No 3D capabilities.
By PC Mag on July 29, 2011
PCMag Editors did not test this particular version of the Dell Inspiron Zino HD. We did, however, test and review the Inspiron Zino HD 410 (4 stars, Editor's Choice). A mini desktop PC packing an AMD Athlon Neo X2 6850e processor, the Dell Inspiron...-
By G4tv.com on July 14, 2011
Video Review: The Dell Inspiron Zino can turn your living room into a multiplex home theater with its AMD QuadCore processor, ATI Radeon graphics and 1 TB HD to stream media or record TV--all in a tiny 8x8 box. Kevin Pereira and Candace Bailey take a...100
By Tech2 on February 24, 2011
So we’ve seen that the Zino HD performs fairly well. But with a price tag of Rs. 30,900 is it really worth a buy? As a everyday use desktop, it’s probably not for you, if you don’t care about the form factor of your PC. One can easily...60
By cnet on October 22, 2010
With its thoughtful features, Dell's charming little Inspiron Zino HD is perfectly suited to serve up HD content to your living room. We wish it had more general computing speed, and design purists will find the Mac Mini more sophisticated, but on...72
By TechTree on August 02, 2010
The Zino HD is available for Rs. 29,000. It comes with 3GB RAM, a 320GB hard disk, ATI Radeon 4330 graphics and an 18.5-inch Dell LCD monitor. For 30 grand, it is value for money since you're getting an entire PC that you can just plug and play at...60
By HardwareZone.com on July 26, 2010
It's A WrapCompared to first paltry Zino release, Dell's Zino HD offspring brings much more to the palette with its expandability options plus the means to tackle HD media. More importantly, it comes with attractive features you might not...-
By Maximum PC on June 07, 2010
Can this mini PC handle fat, bloated Adobe and Apple code? We’ve come to realize that there is no single ideal build for a home-theater PC. Some folks want an HD tuner, while others want Blu-ray. Some even expect their HTPC to function as a...60
By TopTenREVIEWS on June 01, 2010
With a few upgrades and additional options, this computer becomes a dynamic computing...100
By ConnectReviews on May 25, 2010
Let's take you back to 2005 when Apple introduced the Mac mini, a full-fledged computer inside of a 6.5 inch square enclosure. It was very impressive then, but now there are many competitors on the market including the Dell Inspiron Zino HD, which...-
By DigitalVersus on May 07, 2010
Using it as a media centre Although it's an optional extra, the Blu-ray reader adds a lot to the Zino HD, and allows it to easily overtake the Mac Mini in terms of multimedia performance.That said, compared to a dedicated media centre, there are...80