ZOTAC D2700-ITX WiFi Supreme Review

Editor: Tony Le Bourne  Date: 16-05-12   4 Comment(s) - Join the discussion here
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Product on Review:ZOTAC D2700-ITX WiFi Supreme
Manufacturer: ZOTAC
MSRP: £150GBP

Succeeding the renowned ZOTAC IONITX, ZOTAC have taken Intel's latest 'Cedarview' Atom CPU and hardwired it to a NVIDIA GT 520 GPU to create a low power system perfect for creating your own small form factor home media system. ZOTAC add a 802.11n Wi-Fi and Bluetooth mPCIe combo, synonymous with the 'WiFi' naming and have even added in an extra mSATA port to house an mSATA solid state drive. The D2700-ITX WiFi Supreme, ticks many boxes those on the prowl for a low power HTPC/media system require, but does it deserve the 'Supreme' name it has been given?



ZOTAC's Overview of the D2700-ITX WiFi Supreme
Experience a new generation of energy-efficient computing featuring a balance of CPU and GPU power with the ZOTAC D2700-ITX WiFi Supreme platform. Powered by the latest dual-core Intel® Atom™ D2700 processor paired with an NVIDIA® GeForce® GT 520 graphics processor, the ZOTAC D2700-ITX WiFi Supreme packs everything you need for a general-use desktop or home theatre PC into a compact mini-ITX form factor.

The NVIDIA® GeForce® GT 520 graphics processor enables the ZOTAC D2700-ITX WiFi Supreme to deliver superior video playback features including hardware video decode acceleration for Blu-ray 3D, streaming Internet video and native 1080p24 output. Onboard Gigabit Ethernet, 802.11n WiFi and Bluetooth 3.0 networking technologies on the ZOTAC D2700-ITX WiFi Supreme deliver outstanding network connectivity via wires or wireless to home network and peripherals.



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