Zotac ZBox Blu-ray HD-ID34
Small, Stylish, and Cool Design.
Plays Blu-Ray disks.
Netflix, and Youtube videos at 1080p flawlessly.
Has gaming potential at minimum-to-average settings on older games.
CPU and GPU Overclocking potential.
Up to date USB 3.0.
Sluggish delay in mouse movement, and typing.
No built-in remote.
Have to install your own OS.
By XSReviews on June 24, 2011
The Zotac Z-Box 2GB 250GB Bluray edition is a very fancy little media centre. Right off the bat, it looks pretty good and while it might not be the smallest HTPC out there, it’s certainly far from the largest. With its looks comes a strong batch...-
By OverClock Intelligence Agency on April 15, 2011
The Zotac Zbox is a really nice multimedia player. I am very impressed with the quality and compact size of the unit. Zotac has packaged together a full-featured HTPC and our review sample included an Intel Atom dual-core processor, nVidia ION2...-
By DigitalVersus on February 04, 2011
The lack of OS and codecs limits the use of this machine to consumers who can at the very least load up the right drivers. If this installation isn't a problem, the ZBOX Blu-ray HD-ID34 constitutes a nice alternative to a media centre. It'll...100
By Bjorn3D on January 27, 2011
The ZOTAC ZBOXHD-ID34BR-U is a fantastic and quite powerful system for it's size. By upgrading the ZBOXHD-ID34BR-U even further by installing more memory into the system, or perhaps installing a mini-PCI-E SSD card, the ZBOXHD-ID34BR-U could provide...80
By Stuff.tv on December 29, 2010
Perfectly hits the sweet spot of features, aesthetics, price and performance...100
By PC Pro on December 01, 2010
Superb design, decent media performance and an attractive price make this a focused living room option...67
By Tbreak.com on November 15, 2010
The Zotac Zbox Blu-Ray is an almost perfect HTPC for your living room. Most of the new devices vying for space next to your TV are based on a somewhat closed architecture such as Apple TV, Roku and even the Boxee box. I still prefer having a full...90
By The Tech Report on November 05, 2010
Priced at $499, the Zbox HD-ID34 isn't quite in impulse buy territory. Neither is the completely barebones variant, the HD-ID33, which will hit Newegg at $399 next week. Cash-strapped users might have an easier time forking the dough for simpler...-
By Bit-tech.net on October 27, 2010
Zotac has made a beautifully neat little machine that isn't limited to only showing it's face, like so many other HTPC chassis. A stand to sit side on would be nice, but that's a wish not a complaint. What missing is aremote control and...80
By Trusted Reviews on October 12, 2010
£399.99 with 2GB RAM, 250GB HDD/ £349.00 barebones. No, the Zbox is not a sequel to the . Instead, it's Zotac's miniscule home theatre PC (HTPC) based on Intel's Atom platform, in its latest iteration offering highlights such as...80