Writers on the CES Floor: Nathan Glentworth (Owner / Head Editor)
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Next for today's journey was to take a short walk to Zotac's media suite which had almost all of their videocard lineup on display. Their popular enthusiast AMP! edition videocards in some cases took advantage of Zalman's aftermarket videocard cooler design. From what we saw in our testing of this cooler model HERE, it was a very smart decision. On hand we have two videocards to review from Zotac which should be posted very soon in the upcoming weeks.
Home theater PCs are becoming more and more popular as mainstream consumers migrate their computing back from the office to the livingroom. Zotac's updated ZBOX now with Blu-ray built in makes this change as seamless as possible. With essentially an Intel Dual-Core 1.8Ghz computer inside complimented with 2Gb of DD3 memory, with this one purchase you get your Blu-ray player and HTPC in one very small box. In fact, why would you go through the bother of building your own HTPC when something like this is available? We will soon find out this quarter here at Tweaknews.
Looking for a small Sandybridge motherboard for a discrete high power computer? As you can see in this photo, Zotac's tiny Mini-ITX motherboard will definitely bring some performance pop to your small PC experience. With essentially every option that you see with a standard motherboard, there is no excuse to not having the best performance in your small PC.