Zotac unveils new AD02 and AD02 Plus nettops with AMD hardware inside

Mar 4, 2011
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Zotac has unveiled a pair of new nettops today that include the new Zbox AD02 and AD02 Plus offerings. Both of the machines run the AMD Brazos platform inside that is combined with the E350 dual-core APU. The machines also have 2GB of DDR3 RAM and have graphics that support DirectX 11 for entertainment content and good multimedia playback.

The GPU inside the machines is the Radeon HD6310 unit. Data storage inside the nice looking Plus version of the nettop is to a 250GB HDD. The difference between the standard AD02 and the AD02 plus is that the standard version gets no storage or RAM. The buyer has to add their own hardware to that machine.

Other features include a gigabit Ethernet card and WiFi in both machines. Both of the nettops have a single USB 3.0 port and a pair of USB 2.0 ports. Other features include DVI, D-sub and HDMI ports along with eSATA and a Blu-ray player in each. Pricing on the units is not announced. The video below has a nettop with the Brazos platform in use.

[via Notebookitalia.it]


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