ZOTAC Annouces the ZBOX Nano AD10 James White September 7, 2011 If you have ever built an HTPC, you know how much harder it is to ensure everything will fit into your selected case. Standard mid tower and full tower cases clearance issues can be solved by removing a fan or two. You don’t get that luxury when your case is barely larger than the box the mini-ITX motherboard came in. A solution to the headache is to simply buy a ZOTAC ZBOX Nano AD10. An AMD Brazos based system, the Nano AD10 uses an AMD E-350 APU for its core. The hardware specs are a dual-core 1.6 GHz CPU with an HD 6310, one 204-pin SODIMM slot, one 2.5 inch storage drive slot, 802.11n WiFi, and 7.1 digital audio (LPCM and bitstream via HDMI). While a little restricted due to size, the Nano AD10 has a plethora of connections with a 6-in-1 media card reader, HDMI, DisplayPort, two USB 2.0, two USB 3.0, eSATA, Gigabyte ethernet, mic input, and headphone output. ZOTAC is very clear about their target audience with the Nano line as the ZBOX Nano AD10 also comes with a media center remote. Round out the package with a VESA plate to mount the entire computer to the back of a TV or monitor is the complete package. If you really don’t want any fuss the AD10 Plus comes with a 320 GB HDD and 2 Gb of RAM at 1066 MHz. The only thing I could want is for ZOTAC to include your copy of Windows 7 in a USB thumb drive, but now I am just being lazy. Share This With The World!