CeBIT 2010: Zotac Zbox ID11 With Ion 2 Spotted

Posted: Mar 2 2010, 9:22am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 7:48pm CDT, in News | CeBIT

 
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I'm going to start this article off with some effusive praise of thumb screws. No, I'm not talking about the type you use to torture enemy spies in unimaginably gruesome ways. I'm talking about the kind that especially thoughtful OEMs put into their machines so that you can take them apart without a screwdriver. The new Zotac Zbox ID11 has a screwless case (via Netbooked). Why doesn't everything?

Outside of thumb screws, the ID11 has some other drool-worthy features. This netbook has a gorgeous, space-saving design and Ion 2 graphics. The processor is an Atom D510 dual core. This nettop has a host of USB 2.0 ports, HDMI, DVI, and a card reader. It has one DDR2 RAM slot and 2.5” SATA storage. There's also Bluetooth, 802.11n WiFi, Gigabit LAN, and 8-channel audio.

No information on price or availability is out yet. Since this thing is being unveiled at CeBIT 2010, I wouldn't expect to wait too long for an official release.

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