Excerpt: 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 and you can put together the next best thing: A computer that can hang off the back of almost any display you like, thanks to the included VESA mounting plate.
Pros: Good CPU choice; tiny; can be mounted to the back of a display.
Cons: No optical drive or OS; single-channel memory; small, slow hard drive.
Summary: 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, where the Zbox AD 10 really shines is at being an HTPC solution. The small size of the chassis makes it an obvious choice. The ability to run HD content flawlessly is also great.
Excerpt: 10 Flares 10 Flares × 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.
Summary: Ein Mikroskop braucht man noch nicht, um die ZBOX Nano AD10 Plus erkennen zu können, aber gemessen an anderen PCs ist der Nano mit einer Kantenlänge von 12,7 und einer Höhe von 4,5 Zentimetern wirklich winzig.