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  1. Zotac A75-ITX WiFi B-series review

    Zotac A75-ITX WiFi B-series review

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    When it comes to mini-ITX boards, Zotac is a major player. It offers boards supporting the latest CPU technology - in Intel and AMD trim.

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    Zotac A75-ITX WiFi review

    Zotac A75-ITX WiFi review

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    What motherboard would be perfect for the mini PC revolution? Quite possibly this AMD A75-based mini ITX board from Zotac

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    Zotac Z68-ITX Wi-Fi review

    Zotac Z68-ITX Wi-Fi review

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    Intel's top Sandy Bridge chipset shrinks for this mini ITX motherboard

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    Zotac H67-ITX Wi-Fi review

    Zotac H67-ITX Wi-Fi review

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    With its DVI, HDMI and DisplayPort output options together with the Quick Sync video transcoding technology of Intel's Sandy Bridge processors make Zotac's H67-ITX a good choice to form the basis of a tiny HTPC or media PC.

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    Zotac IONITX-P-E review

    Zotac IONITX-P-E review

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    We're big fans of NVIDIA's plucky little ION motherboard chipset. What we haven't enjoyed is the feeble Intel Atom processor it's been saddled with. But what if you could have all the yummy graphics goodness of ION combined with a tastier CPU? Luckily, that's the very meaning of the Zotac IONITX-P-E's existence.

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    Zotac H55-ITX WiFi review

    Zotac H55-ITX WiFi review

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    Stuffing Intel's desktop-class H55 chipset into a miniscule Mini-ITX motherboard is hardly a standard procedure. However, the Zotac H55-ITX WiFi can't hope to get by based on nothing more than novelty. It must beat the likes of Gigabyte's identically proportioned and similarly specified H55N-USB3.

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    Zotac Ion Mini-ITX with Atom N330 review

    Zotac Ion Mini-ITX with Atom N330 review

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    Amidst the gloom of global economic meltdown and tumbling PC sales, Intel's plucky little Atom processor has provided a glimmer of hope.

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