Zotac Zbox Nano ID65 Plus



Zotac Zbox Nano ID65 Plus

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By being just a little larger than the smallest mini PCs, the Zotac ZBOX ID65 Plus allows for superior connectivity options. It features a very fast processor and has room for a full-size 2.5in drive or optionally up to two mSATA SSDs for added performance. Note that the price quoted does not include an operating system.

By PCAdvisor on

Zotac's ZBOX nano ID65 Plus is large enough to allow superior connectivity options in what is still an outrageously small PC . Its silver and black form, presents a pair of USB 2.0 ports, audio jacks and a multi-format card reader at the front, while...

By PC Advisor on

The 500 AVplus set of HomePlugs from Devolo are part of the new selection of faster models, upgraded from the old 200Mbps stock. Devolo has made some pretty solid units in the past, although its designs rarely change from one product to the next.Most of...

By micromart.co.uk on

Sure, the Zbox Nano would deliver the goods as a media center in your living room thanks to its flawless full HD video capabilities and remote-ready IR sensor. But if that's all you want, why not splash the same cash on a smart TV and a more capacious...

By TechRadar AU on

ZOTAC ZBOX ID65 Plus is an impressive small form factor PC with a high end Core i7 processor. It aced all the benchmark tests as compared to the older ZBOXes we have tested. With the Nano ID65 Plus, ZOTAC has managed to put together a proper workhorse...

By FirstPost on

As the main determiner of the new Zbox Nano's performance, the Core i7-3537U is clearly a solid candidate for a low power yet still fast mini-PC. The ID65 Plus scores well in our media benchmarks, is flawless when it comes to video playback and is...

By Bit-tech.net on

I have to laugh at how some ideas that flop get re-spun as the next big thing once technology catches up with the concept. For example, Microsoft pushed the idea of a tablet PC years before Apple popularized it. Back in 2001, the first list of...

By Tom's Hardware on

The Zotac ZBox Nano ID65 Plus performed relatively well throughout our entire battery of tests. The system and CPU-level benchmarks showed the ID65 clearly outperforming the lower-power platforms and the Core i3-based ASRock Vision 3D HTPC. In the...

By HotHardware on

Although barely biger than a stack of CDs, the new Zbox Nano ID65 Plus is one of Zotac's highest end offerings, and retails for £550 (£475 for the barebones ID65). At this price point, the Mac Mini is a viable alternative (but a little bigger), as is...

By micromart.co.uk on

C'est lors du CES 2013 que nous avons pu voir le NUC pour la première fois : grâce à une architecture Sandy Bridge fortement intégrée, ce dernier proposait un processeur Celeron, l'IGP HD Graphics 2000, une sortie HDMI, des ports USB ainsi qu'une...

International Review By tomshardware.fr on