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Thursday, 18 August 2011 09:20

Zotac readies mini-ITX board for Llanos

Written by Fudzilla staff
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Shrinks the Zbox nettop, too
Zotac is one of few vendors to offer mini-ITX motherboards based on AMD’s A-75 chipset and geared towards the HTPC crowd.

The new board features two memory slots with support for DDR3-1866 modules, a proper PCIe x16 slot, alng with SATA 6Gbps, USB 3.0, HDMI, LAN, WLAN and 7.1 audio. Upcoming 65W Llano parts would be a great match for this tiny board, since we wouldn’t advice running 100W APUs in an ITX chassis.

In case even ITX is too large for your taste, Zotac also revamped its Zbox nettop. The new Zbox Nano AD10 measures just 127x127x45mm, while previous models have a footprint of 188x188mm. Like the Zbox AD02, which we recently tested, the Nano is based on AMD’s E-350 APU and available either as a barebone or a complete system.

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