Good CPU choice.
Can be mounted to the back of a display.
Small and stylish form factor.
USB 3.0 and eSATA.
Included media center remote.
Dual IR receivers.
Many options to customize.
WiFi & LAN connections.
SATA III 6Gbps HDD port.
No optical drive.
Small, slow hard drive.
You need an external DVD drive to install Windows drivers so Windows will install
No OS included.
By Maximum PC on December 01, 2011
Next to a notebook, an all-in-one is the most difficult type of PC for a DIYer to build, simply because no one’s manufacturing enclosures capable of housing both a large monitor and the guts of a computer. Pick up Zotac’s ZBox Nano AD10 Plus...70
By HotHardware on October 28, 2011
In comparison to other ultra small form factor systems and similarly equipped mobile devices in its same class, the Zotac Zbox Nano AD10 Plus is a good performer. Generally speaking this diminutive system performs exactly as other E-350 APU-bases...-
By TechRadar on October 24, 2011
Zotac has been the recent master of the small-form factor motherboard. We've seen H67 boards rocking the mini-ITX style, with the top-end Intel Z68 and AMD A75 chipsets getting the same sort of treatment. These boards all had something in common...70
By ThinkComputers on October 18, 2011
Zotac has really put together not only a good looking mini PC, but one that is just as powerful as their ZBOX HD-AD02! When I first took the ZBOX Nano out of the box I was so surprised at how small it was. The form factor is just amazing, especially...90
By Trusted Reviews on October 06, 2011
With all the connectivity and (nearly) all the features you could want in a nettop or media PC stuffed into a tiny, attractive, milled-aluminium chassis, the Zotac Zbox Nano AD10 is a great entrant. Far more versatile than dedicated media players and...80
By Tech2 on September 06, 2011
The Zotac Zbox Nano AD10 Plus sells at a market operating price of Rs. 17,999. This makes it a really good choice for an all-in-one computer where one can browse the Internet, use simple Microsoft Office tools like Word, Powerpoint, Excel, etc. But,...70
By Tbreak.com on September 02, 2011
We have had many a Zotac Zbox mini-PCs for review in the past, which were average PCs designed for basic office use or as HTPCs. With the Zbox Nano, however, Zotac plans to invade the micro-PC market with a product that’s small, well made and...80
By Kitguru.net on August 31, 2011
Today we are looking at the latest Zotac Zbox Nano AD10 system, a diminutive, low cost computer, ideal for duties as a general workhorse system and for high definition media playback.Zotac have experienced successful launches with their previous...80
By Hardware.Info on July 11, 2013
Is kleiner beter of is juist groter beter? De Zotac Zbox Nano Plus ID64 heeft heel veel pluspunten ten opzichte van de net wat kleinere Gigabyte Brix en Intel Next Unit of Computing. Eigenlijk heeft hij maar één echt nadeel ten opzichte van de...-
By Magnus.de on December 12, 2011
Als extrem kompakter Multimedia- oder Office-Rechner macht die ZBOX Nano AD10 von Zotac ihre Sache sehr...80