The new ZOTAC ZBox ID82 is the powerhouse of this set. The CPU is an Intel Sandy Bridge i3 2330M (2.2 GHz, two cores, 4 threads) to ensure you have more than enough CPU power to handle any task with ease. While the Intel HD 3000 graphics leave something to be desired, it is more than enough GPU to play smooth Blu-ray videos in 1080p. You should also not have any issue hiding this little wonder and using it as your streaming media device of choice.
The next up is the ZOTAC ZBox Nano ID61 which is the small wonder of the group. The Nano ID61, as the name implies, is smaller than even the smallest ZBoxes we have seen over the past few years. The nano is powered by an Intel Celeron 867 (1.2 GHz dual-core) processor. The Nano ID61 also comes with integrated Bluetooth and IR receiver, so there is no need to use any of the four USB ports (two USB 2.0 and two USB 3.0) for the bundled remote. This could be the perfect travel companion if you need your movies on the 32 inch TV in your hotel room instead of your 15.4 inch laptop.
Finally we have the ZOTAC ZBox Blu-ray AD05 all-in-one media hub. You want to stream movies, watch Blu-ray, record live TV, and provide access to some of your computer functions in your living room? Well this ZBox (like its predecessors) gives you all of it in one package. Powered by the AMD E-450 (1.65 GHz dual-core), the advantage here comes from the integrated Radeon HD 6320 on-die GPU. Not only can you play Blu-ray from the included 4x Blu-ray drive (8x DVD R/W), but you can get advanced post processing to improve your 1080p image. Using Windows 7, this is the ZBox to replace all your boxes in the living room; or work as a power effecient desktop for most people.
All of the ZBox models above feature an included media center remote, 802.11n Wi-Fi, Gigabit Ethernet, USB 3.0, VESA mounts, and the PLUS option (comes with 320 GB 5400 RPM HDD and 2 GBs of 1333 MHz RAM). There are more details below and lots of pictures.