No one does HTPCs as well as ZOTAC. Apart from graphics cards, this branch of Sapphire (the makers of AMD graphics cards) has been dabbling with mini PCs and micro-ATX motherboards for a while now. They constantly keep refreshing their line-up with new and updated models. Not too long ago, we tested the Zbox Nano AD10 Plus, a miniature-sized HTPC that literally fits in the palm of your hand. The AD10 Plus was powered by AMD’s Zacate APU, which delivered decent all-round performance for its size. The VD01 is pretty much identical to the former, except that it uses VIA’s new VX900H chipset, making it a little cheaper in the process.
Good connectivity options
Snazzy power LED
Updated 25 May, 2013, 6:56 pm IST
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