|Memory Speed||1333 MHz|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||1|
Zotac ZBOX nano XS AD11 PLUS AMD E-450 1.65 GHz Dual-Core All-in-One with 64 GB mSATA SSD and 2 GB DDR3 Desktop Computer Barebones ZBOXNXS-AD11-PLUS-U
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- AMD Radeon HD 6320 GPU, AMD Dual-Core Processor E-450 (1.65 GHz), AMD M1 Chipset, 64GB mSATA, 2GB DDR3 SO-DIMM
- Universal Video Decoder (UVD), Blu-ray hardware decode acceleration, Adobe Flash Player 10.1 acceleration, Microsoft DirectX 11 compatible, Direct Compute ready, OpenGL 4.1 compatible, OpenCL compatible, Bundled 802.11n USB Wi-Fi adapter
- IR receiver, 6-in-1 Memory card reader (MMC/SD/SDHC/SDXC/MS/MS Pro), combo eSATA/USB 2.0 port, Combo mini-Optical S/PDIF / Audio output, Microphone input
- 2 USB 3.0 ports, 10/100/1000 Ethernet (RJ45), 2 USB 2.0 ports (tablet charging capable)
- HDMI (1080p with 8-channel audio), HDCP compliant
- 4.173in x 4.173in x 1.46in, 0.75lbs
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|Item Dimensions||7.28 x 9.5 x 3 in||4.92 x 5.39 x 4.57 in||4.4 x 4.6 x 2.2 in||5 x 5.39 x 1.3 in|
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Experience a high-definition computing experience with rich graphics and web content with the extra small and pocketable ZOTAC ZBOX nano XS AD11 Plus. An AMD E-450 with Radeon HD 6320 graphics processing forms the heart of the ZOTAC ZBOX nano XS AD11 Plus and delivers stunning hardware-accelerated HD video online and offline, outstanding system-responsiveness and Microsoft DirectX 11 compatibility.
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I contacted Zotac for technical support. Was told to "try different RAM" or "try different power adapter". I actually did these things, but the box still won't power on. I had hoped they'd offer some kind of RMA service (even for a small fee), but they didn't offer any help. No lights. No sound. Nothing. It's now a paperweight.
If it wasn't a brick, I'd be fairly happy with this box. But 13 months of life for a $300+ device is really weak.
Upgraded to 8gb ram and win pro runs well.
I am returning this and replacing it with another, larger, Intel-powered Zotac similar to one I already own that is larger but MUCH quieter.
We love the small form factor, elegant design, and solid construction of the AD11. It was very simple to install windows 7 home premium and drivers using an optical drive connected to one of the two USB 2.0 ports and a wireless keyboard/trackball combo attached through the other. Drivers were then updated with the latest versions through the internet.
Then we started to see what it could do:
Boot up was about 30 seconds from the SSD, OK but not stellar. Wakeup from sleep was only a few seconds, nice. Win 7 functions were quick and smooth. Internet search through our gigabit wired network was also very responsive. We didn't try the wireless.
Youtube streaming was great at all resolutions. CPU peaked out at around 50-60%. Standard definition streaming from Amazon VOD and Netflix was equally good. HOWEVER, HD Netflix was a bust - the picture quality was good, but frames were lost and the audio went out of sync as the CPU cores hovered between 95 and 100%.
I searched around the internet and especially on the Zotac forum and found that others have had similar problems that stem from the way that Netflix/silverlight is encoded - such that it has to be handled by the underpowered CPU while the GPU is loafing. I downloaded and installed accelerator software for the Radeon chipset in the AD11 from the AMD website - this was suggested by a posting on the Zotac website. Unfortunately, this made no difference at all. No HD from Netflix is a major show stopper for us.
The other big negative was the fan noise. The AD11 was pretty quiet when we first turned it on. But after a few minutes with standard resolution streaming (60% CPU usage) the sound was very distracting, especially during the quieter moments of the movie we were watching.
Sorry to say, we returned it to Amazon for a refund... darn, we really wanted to like it!
BUT, there is good news - we think we did find an answer for our HTPC quest while investigating the HD Netflix problem on the Zotac forum. Just not for how to fix the AD11, instead, we saw a YouTube review for the Zotac ID82 Plus that contains an i3 processor with plenty of power to handle the HD and is nearly silent! The ID82 is about the size of a Mac Mini but less expensive if you already have a Win7 license (4x the volume of the AD11) and is still much smaller than our Slimline. We can't wait to try it as soon as we get our refund for the AD11.
The HDMI port connector is poor will lose connection when moving the unit and need to shacking the connector to get the signal. Try with other device HDMI cable no problem. I suspect the soldering connection is bad.
They using msata SSD don't think anyone will upgrade this guy and just one soDIMM Ram available. This make sense why they are small. No special technology include in this unit. The wifi is normal usb wifi.
If you really consent about the size just go for the famous mini, I think you all know what i talking about. The one that everything is included even the power supply and OS.
Just get 3.9 index in window 7 ultimate limit by processor. No good for over all experience.