ZBOX nano VD01 - dual-core micro-PC with FullHD support

    Two days ago, ZOTAC, best known for its video cards, announced the affordable palm-sized micro-PC, the ZBOX nano VD01 . The key features of this nettop are its impressive performance for such a baby, and, according to ZOTAC, an affordable price.

    With dimensions of only 127x127x45 mm, the ZBOX VD 01 is built on the basis of the first VIA dual-core chip - the Nano X2 U4025 with a clock frequency of 1.2 GHz. The nettop will come in two trim levels - regular, including 1 GB of RAM and not having a hard drive and Plus with 2 GB of RAM and an internal hard drive with a capacity of 320 GB.
    Both versions are based on the VX900H chipset with integrated VIA Chrome9 graphics and have a department for installing a 2.5 "hard drive, support for up to 4 GB of DDR3 RAM. There is a built-in Wi-Fi adapter 802.11 b / g / n and Bluetooth 3.0.

    Ports :
    • HDMI and DisplayPort
    • Two USB 3.0
    • Dual USB 2.0
    • Card reader
    • Ethernet
    • eSATA

    Built-in video allows you to play 1080p video in Blu-ray, MPEG2, H.264 and VC-1 formats.
    The nettop is equipped with a proprietary remote control that works through an IR receiver (connected via USB), as well as a monitor mount.

    The price of VD01 and VD01 Plus is € 184 and € 265 respectively. Energy consumption is not reported.

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