Zotac ZBox HD-ID11
The Zotac ZBOX HD-ID11 carries a dual-core 1.66GHz Intel Atom D510 with the NM10 Express chipset, and Nvidia's second-gen Ion GPU with 16 CUDA cores and 512MB DDR3 VRAM. The HD-ID11 is sold without system memory or a storage drive, but supports a single 1GB DDR2 800MHz SO-DIMM module and a 2.5-inch SATA 3Gb/s hard drive. It also includes HDMI, dual-link DVI, VGA, six USB 2.0, eSATA, gigabit Ethernet, 802.11b/g/n, a six-in-one card reader, and headphone/mic jacks.
Low power draw.
Lot's of connectivity.
Wi-Fi N support.
No dual channel RAM (only one RAM slot)
By ITP.net on December 01, 2010
The HD-ID11 is an impressive barebones that can be turned into a competent rig with the right components....100
By X-bit Labs on October 26, 2010
The new generation ION platform based on Intel Atom processor from the Pineview family and discrete Nvidia GT218 graphics accelerator proved better than its predecessor. Although Nvidia didn’t manage to pair the new Atom CPU with their integrated...-
By HardwareHeaven on October 08, 2010
In the past we have reviewed a number of Zotac ION based systems and the ZBOX is without doubt their best model to date. From the moment it is unboxed the unit impresses through its compact design which looks stylish and feels sturdy. With minimal...90
By IT-Review on October 06, 2010
Testing new and popular stuff is always a bit more fun - especially when you're dealing with market trends that happen only once every now and then. The same thing happened with laptops - at one point, they overtook desktops on the overall...-
By InsideHW on August 04, 2010
The first Nvidia ION was true refreshment in the HTPC world. Not only because of the power-saving Atom CPU, but also graphics performance that were head and shoulders above Intel's GMA950 and similar solutions. However, it was evident that...-
By V3.co.uk on July 16, 2010
Neat design that is ideal for use behind a TV, but in its kit form it’s not great for beginners Good points Includes VESA mount; HDMI output; graphics chip plays high-quality video Bad points Requires hard disk, memory and operating system need to...100
By The Tech Report on July 13, 2010
Although I spent the bulk of my Zbox testing time fiddling with XBMC, video playback, and games, I did log some time using the system as my primary desktop. Well, trying to, anyway. You see, the Ion GPU's PureVideo HD decode engine nicely...-
By TechTree on June 24, 2010
ZOTAC is going to be pricing the ZBOX HD-ID11 somewhere around Rs.15,000. To me it seems a little high and you'll also have to shell out additional dough for the RAM and hard drive. Building a next generation ION platform yourself will probably cost...70
By AnandTech on June 01, 2010
The nForce 2 was one of the best chipsets to come out of NVIDIA. It was NVIDIA’s second attempt at a desktop chipset yet it cemented NVIDIA’s position as a leading provider of core logic in the market. Oh how much has changed since then.Most...-
By HotHardware on May 19, 2010
Simply put, the ZOTAC Zbox offered the best Intel Atom-based computing experience we've seen from any product to hit the market thus far. The Zbox excelled over both single and dual-core Atom variants we tested, even those infused with the previous...-