|Processor||1.6 GHz E-Series Dual-Core E-350|
|Graphics Coprocessor||AMD Radeon HD 6310|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||2|
|Number of USB 3.0 Ports||2|
ZOTAC AMD Dual-Core E-350 1.6 GHz/AMD M1/Wi-Fi/A&V&GbE/Mini PC Barebone System (ZBOXNANO-AD10-U)
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- Supports: Hard Drive Size: 1 x 2.5-inches SATA3.0 (6.0 Gbps)
- AMD E Series Dual Core E 350 Processor 1.6GHz
- Supports: Memory Size: Up to 4GB, 1x 204pin DDR3 1066 SO-DIMM
- AMD Radeon HD 6310
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ZOTAC ZBOXNANO-AD10-U AMD Dual-Core E-350 1.6GHz/AMD M1/Wi-Fi/A&V&GbE/Mini PC Barebone System
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Installing the RAM and Hard Drive was painless.I stream 1080P, 5.1 surround movies over my wireless network to this box and output to my 60" TV with 5.1 surround setup. It works very well. I've been using it daily for just under a week and only once did it pause to buffer the video. It buffered for maybe 5 seconds and then continued. While slightly annoying, the pause and resume while buffering worked smoothly and there were no issues or stuttering video. I can even make full use of the fast forward, rewind, chapter skip, and manual track control without issue.
My only complaint, which is minor, is that the fan in the ZBOX is rather loud and obvious when there is no sound playing. When something is playing however I never notice it. If you watch with the volume very low you may notice it.
While I would say this is probably only just barely above the requirements necessary for 1080P with surround playback, it does it smoothly and without issue, even when streaming over wifi. A solid multimedia box.
EDIT: I have NOT tried using Netflix with this machine. I have heard that there are issues with it due to its use of Silverlight not taking advantage of the integrated onboard video. Since I was aware of this, and since my TV has a built-in Netflix app that works great, this is a non-issue for me but I wanted to mention it since other reviews do discuss the ZBOX's issues with Netflix.
It is very easy to setup, you supply the memory, hard drive, and O/S.
Install the drivers on the enclosed CD and you are in business.
I use it with a Hauppauge DVR to record and play movies, works great.
The WiFi didn't work as well as I expected it to and it has an external antenna, in fact it is not usable with my Router.
I can see it but not hold a connection to it.
The Router is about 25 feet away through one wall.
My phone will connect in the same location as the pc with no problem.
So I just have to make my phone into a Hotspot and connect to it, that works fine.
1) The generated picture was larger than TV screen, so half off icons were out of TV screen.
2) Wireless Internet adapter did not work after the install. Zotac offers on their support website driver for wireless adapter for Linux. I installed it, but it did not help.
After a short fight I gave up with Ubuntu. People say Ubuntu worked for them, but it apparently required more efforts.
Second attempt was to install Windows 8. It was much better - wireless Internet adapter worked immediately. But two things did not work:
1) Generated picture was smaller than TV screen, thus, about one inch black stripe was present on the perimeter. I was not able to fix it by adjusting display adapter.
2) Remote with infrared did not work and driver was not working.
Both problems were related to software drivers. Zotac offers several software drivers for AMD chipset, display and remote control on their support website (they also come on 2 CD's with the system). But all drivers are only for Windows 7. I could not install any of them under Windows 8. They either crashed during the installation, either gave error message "This drivers works only with Windows XP and above".
After three hours of struggle I gave up again.
Finally, I came to Windows 7. There everything worked perfectly as designed. First, system installed without any problems, then all drivers which came on 2 CD's installed flawlessly, including display driver. It still was about 0.5' black stripe on perimeter, but it was easily removed by adjusting special controls on display adapter. The system loaded and responded with Windows 7 much faster than with Ubuntu - apparently specific drivers and accelerators made difference.
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It is very quiet and with the ssd drive it loads very fast