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ZOTAC System ZBOX-AD02-U AMD APU E350 DDR3 HD6310 SATA USB HDMI DVI VGA Retail

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ZOTAC System ZBOX-AD02-U AMD APU E350 DDR3 HD6310 SATA USB HDMI DVI VGA Retail
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Rating: 7.14/10
With 7 User Reviews
Raid_E@NCIX
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Review Date: 06/15/12
Cons: Refuses to boot anymore after 3 daysSound was not working on HDMI under UbuntuWas not able to get 1080p resolution (probably driver issues)Wifi is incredibly weak.

Pros: Doesn't generate a lot of noiseSmall form factor
Comment:
I added the RAM and the SSD and installed Ubuntu.The first problem that I encountered was that I wasn't able to get the device to display in 1080p (this was probably due to drivers issues). I wasn't able to resolve this in the life span of the device. I settled for 720p in the meanwhileThe second problem was that sound was non-existent on the HDMI connection. I read online that many other people were having this problem. I was never able to resolve it.The third problem was that the Wifi was incredibly weak. I was 2 rooms away from the router. My PS3 next to the device could stream Netflix movies with ease but the Zotac could barely load webpages with just text on them. I had to buy a USB Wifi adapter to boost the signal.The fourth problem was that the device stopped booting on the third day. I have spent the last 3 days trying to get it to boot again.NCIX doesn't offer a full refund (15% is taken away) and I think I am going to loose 50$ in this purchase. A coworker had the same problem with his ZOTAC not booting. I think a better solution will be to buy a desktop PC and connect it to my TV. A ZOTAC mini PC is a waste of money at this time.
Ashley_H@NCIX
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Review Date: 05/17/12
Cons: No upgrade path, could use a few more USB ports

Pros: Small, lightweight, quiet
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Overall I'm pleased with this box. It's small size is great for the living room and it's a perfect fit for XBMC. It's so quiet that appliances in other rooms can be heard more clearly than this machine as you sit on the couch. It's pretty feature rich for such a little box. I am concerned about the CPU not being able to run next generation video compression however, but that's something to be concerned about in 2013.
MWAR-IT@NCIX
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Review Date: 02/23/12
Cons: None

Pros: SmallQuietEasy to open for upgradesCircle on side lights up when powered on (oohhh)
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This is a great little box. It was very easy to drop  in a basic 64GB SSD and 8GB of ram. Currently using it to run a presentation system (MS Office, webpages, flash and videos) and have no complaints. Boots quickly and is very responsive.
Julian_T@NCIX
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Review Date: 01/04/12
Cons: E-350 is a little weak, but is expectedOnly supports wireless 802.11n it seems (no b/g?)

Pros: SmallNicely builtEasy to install RAM/HDDQuiet
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Bought this for an HTPC.Added 8GB RAM to it and an intel 80GB SSD, so it's very quiet and boot up is quick. Installed XBMC on it and it becomes a full blown media center which is very nice.I was streaming videos through wireless N and 1080p video was smooth.All in all. I'm satisfied :)
david_b@NCIX
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Review Date: 12/30/11
Cons: Not very snappy in Windows 7, but what can you really expect?

Pros: Small, Light, lots of options.
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The device was very easy to set up, but I had to google the bios commands - I didn't notice them in any of the documentation. Nice little HTPC device. Does what I wanted it to do. Pretty cool.
Jimmy_C@NCIX
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Review Date: 10/19/11
Cons: netbook specs (but better)

Pros: Cheap if you have spare hdd and ram lying around, plays all my favorite video on my tv
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I guess I was expecting a bit more from the AMD's APU. Loaded in a MomentusXT and 4 gb ram and Windows 7 Professional. It run smoothly. Use it as a home entertainment computer. Plays 1080p videos just fine. Sometimes a bit choppy when running too many processes. Remember to use a 64-bit video player. 32-bit video player will play ur 1080p video like playing Crysis 2 on an intel 4500mhd =)
terry_b@NCIX
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Review Date: 10/06/11
Cons: If I had to pick something I would say the fan is a tad noisy but You can't here it watching or listening to media.

Pros: Easy to open and add components. Surprisingly quick. Good HD playback.
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I dropped a Seagate Momentus XT hybrid drive in with 4 gigs of ram. loaded up Win 7. The hybrid drive helps make this little comp quicker. I am very happy with the performance of the E-350. It is much better than my old Ion 330. I looked hard at the new Zbox Nano but it lacked a front USB and costs more for the same internals. This is a good basic computer and a great HTPC.
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Product Specifications

 
Onboard Video: AMD Radeon HD 6310
Wireless LAN: 802.11 b/g/n
HDMI: 1
Memory slot: 2 x 204Pin
Memory Type Supported: DDR3 1066
Serial ATA: 1 x SATA 6.0Gb/s
CPU Type: AMD E-350 APU (1.6GHz, Dual-Core)
Max Memory Supported: 8GB
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