Reviews and Problems with Zotac ZBOX nano XS AD11 Plus
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Zotac ZBOX nano XS AD11 PLUS
29 October 2012
Summary: It is actually quite difficult to find something awry with the Zotac ZBOX nano XS AD11 Plus. The unit is not only one of the most compact ones on the market, but it is also constructed well and delivers the performance expected of the AMD E-450 platform.
Pros: Very competitive pricing, Extremely compact, Excellent mix of connectivity, Remote control included, Cool ring of light on top that can be turned off, Additional IR receiver included, Wireless connectivity via a USB Antenna, Excellent construction quality, USB 2.0 with proper charge capabilities,...
Cons: Rather loud in comparison to other E-450 based systems, Gets quite hot under our benchmarks, Wireless solution takes up anUSB port
Summary: There are phones in service bigger than the Nano XS – seriously, you could fit it in your jeans pocket. But this is no stripped-to-the-silicon Raspberry Pi clone. It packs a dual-core AMD chip and Radeon graphics, but swaps the hard drive for a speedy SSD.
Conclusion: For day to day use, such as web browsing, using Office and watching 1080P movies the ZBOX does well and handles everything easily. Boot up is handled pretty rapidly, as it doesn’t stop to run POST checks for long.
Pros: Tiny size, Low power usage, Easily handles normal day to day usage., Excellent mounting flexibility, Included fast 64GB SSD, Excellent bundle
Cons: Only 2GB of RAM included, Fan noise can be annoying after some time, APU temperatures often exceed 90C
Excerpt: Un PC complet qui tient dans la main... Zotac l'a fait. Mais à quelles concessions l'intégration d'un ordinateur dans un si petit boîtier oblige-t-elle ? Le Nano XS Plus peut-il faire office de Media Center idéal ? Réponses...
Pros: Compact, Intégration intéressante, Bundle complet, Livré sans OS
Cons: Performances limitées, Ventilateur audible, Un peu cher