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Zotac MAGHD-ND01-U Nettop Computer - Intel Atom 330 Dual-core 1.60 GHz MAGHD-ND01-U Desktop Computers
ZOTAC, a leading manufacturer of motherboards and graphic cards, unleashes the world’s first everywhere PC – ZOTAC MAG, the Mini All-in-one Giant system. The ZOTAC MAG is a compact system that fits anywhere from the living room, kitchen, or the office while delivering high-definition video playback and outstanding productivity performance while sipping miniscule amounts of energy.
|Compact, Energy Efficient, with Great Performance |
Combining a high-performance NVIDIA ION graphics processor with an energy-efficient dual-core Intel Atom 330 processor, 160GB hard drive, and 2GB of DDR2-800 memory, the ZOTAC MAG delivers an computing experience that a high performance punch in a compact 186mm x 189mm x 38mm package.
|Plenty of Connectivity in a Compact Unit |
The ZOTAC MAG features an array of connectivity options with compatibility with current standards, including eSATA, 6 USB 2.0 ports (on 3 sides), Gigabit Ethernet, VGA, HDMI (Full HD 1080p compatible), optical S/PDIF output and a 4-in-1 memory card reader (SD/MS/MS Pro/XD). Wireless 802.11n WiFi is also integrated for fast broadband connection.
|Fits Anywhere |
The ZOTAC MAG can be situated in three ways: flat on a surface, on its stand, or mounted to the back of a monitor with VESA mounting holes. A VESA mounting bracket enables the ZOTAC MAG to be placed on the back of many flat panel and most HDTV sets. Once mounted, it is completely out of sight.
|Stylish, Easy to Setup, and Choose Your Own OS |
The ZOTAC MAG is the world’s first system to combine a slim chassis with sleek design and a completely ready to use system, but still let owners select their own operating system to install. Whether it is Windows 7, XP, Vista, 32-bit, 64-bit, or Linux, the ZOTAC MAG ships without an operating system so the end user can choose what they want to run.
Looks great at the beginning. Cheap plastic case and got with hardware problem.
I had to return it and I decided after that to build one myself instead of dealing with... Read more
I got this unit 4 years ago. I wanted a no OS box because it was going to be a linux box. I wanted a headless server running Fedora. Read morePublished 16 months ago by C. Cox
-works very nicely with Ubuntu
-xbmc plays videos in 1080p with no stutter
-light and small
-no optical unit
-wireless adapter is... Read more
use this as my windows media center box - so its been running constantly without any issue for about 18 months or so. Read morePublished on December 17, 2012 by Sam
After installing windows 7, connecting it to my network, and configuring Media Browser, this has been an excellent bedroom media player. Read morePublished on May 8, 2012 by J. K. Walker
I've been throwing everything under the sun at this little beast for over a year and it's still performing exceptionally! Read morePublished on January 8, 2012 by johnnyrio
There is no documentation with the PC. I spent a frustrating hour trying to interrupt the boot process so I could boot from DVD rather than the hard disk. Read morePublished on January 3, 2012 by Khaja Ahmed
Wow, it took me a long time to get around to using this thing. I'm glad I finally did. I have to admit I was a bit nervous to try using any other OS than Apple. Read morePublished on December 6, 2011 by John H Gruver
To be honest, if you surf the web, check emails and do some basic office apps, this computer is perfect. I have installed it in the back of my lcd, and it dissapears. Read morePublished on November 22, 2011 by Patricio