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New ZOTAC ZBOX Giga ID70 Plus

Update: Target price added.

Zotac launches a new compact mini computer, the ZBOX Giga ID70 Plus.

Until now, if we had used to the Zacate or Atom platforms, this new Zbox Giga cast the rest by incorporating an Intel® Core i3 2100T so it will face to face with de ASRock mini PCs.

Boost your performance in a compact mini-PC with the ZOTAC ZBOX Giga ID70 Plus powerd by an Intel Core i3 and a NVIDIA GeForce GT 430. The ZOTAC ZBOX Giga ID70 Plus mini-PC is an enthusiast, full of features in a compact size which includes 4GB of DDR3 memory, slot-load Blu-ray drive, 320GB hard drive, quad-display capabilities and 8 channels HD digital and analog audio.

Its front highlights a 4x Bluray and card reader. On one side the power button and the infrared receiver.

In terms of connectivity, Gigabit Ethernet, 802.11n WiFi and Bluetooth 3.0 allows the ZOTAC ZBOX Giga ID70 Plus to connect to your wired or wireless home networkat high speed. TheZOTAC ZBOX Giga ID70 Plus is a powerful system with hardware acceleration capabilities for a Blu-ray 3D and HD video streaming and getting a fantstic and perfect smooth playback experience.

The rear has a unparalleled video connectivity, so you can connect your computer to various digital display devices. The rest is as usual, USB 3.0 ports and eSata, plus dual-antenna wireless n for a more stable connection.

After the data provided by Zotac, the first thing that stands out in this deivce is its casing, fully perforated and with a brushed aluminum finish, at least it is what it’s look like, because there’s  anything about its construction in the manufacturer’s website.

Its size is 210 x 210 x 67.5 mm, somewhat smaller than the HfX Micro M2 which slightly reminds us.  In addition to perforation on the top cover and sides, this box has two fans on its side, possibly 60 or 50mm.

Within the computer hardware we highlight the Intel Core i3 2100T (2.5 GHz, dual-core) with a TDP of just 35W, and Nvidia GT430. It is certainly a good mix, for its power, and the possibility of using “Virtu” technology to switch between the builtin and the discrete graphics in the Core i3, This way will save energy as a the system requirements needs. All this spiced up by the latest Intel chipset Z68.

Certainly looks spectacular sure will be reflected in numerous sales, I do not mind having one in my living room.

Then I leave you with the equipment and components specifications in the box:

Manufacturer Intel
Chipset Z68 Express
GPU NVIDIA® GeForce® GT 430 w/1GB DDR3
CPU Compatibility
Name Intel® Core i3™ 2100T
Socket LGA1155
Frontside bus NA
Memory Type DDR3
Memory Speed 1066 Mhz
Slots na
Capacity 4GB DDR3 SODIMM
Expansion Slots na
DirectX® DirectX 11
OpenGL® OpenGL 4.1
Ethernet 10/100/1000Mbps
WiFi 802.11n/g/b + Bluetooth 3.0
Analog Headphone jack
Microphone jack
Digital 8-ch via HDMI
Hard Drive 320GB 5400RPM HDD
Optical Drive Slot-load Blu-ray reader
Memory Card Reader 6-in-1 (MMC/SD/SDHC/MS/MS Pro/xD)
LPCM & bitstream ready)
DisplayPort 1
SATA SATA 6.0 Gb/s compatible
IDE na
PS2 na
Serial Port na
USB Ports 2 USB 3.0 (on back panel) 2 USB 2.0 (on back panel)
Firewire na
Cooler Smartfan
Form Factor
Form Factor mini-PC
OS Compatibility
Windows User installed (Windows XP Vista 7 and Linux ready)
SLI Supported No
Maximum Resolution na
Graphics Output 1 DisplayPort / 1 HDMI / 2 DVI
Content 1 x ZOTAC ZBOX Giga ID70 PLUS
1 x MCE compatible remote
2 x CR2032 batteries (for remote)
1 x USB IR receiver
2 x WiFi antenna
1 x VESA mount
1 x AC adapter
1 x Power cord
1 x Warranty card
1 x User manual
1 x Driver DVD
1 x Cyberlink PDVD 10 Blu-ray 3D
1 x DVI-VGA adapter


  1. me says:

    Price tag and cart now online, soon to be avail at retailers i’m sure.

  2. buyer-too says:

    I cannot find it for purchase either….

    yes, lame “review”


  3. boldie says:

    So where can I buy this product and what does it cost?

  4. buyer says:

    What is the MSRP on this? When will it be available for purchase?

  5. Disappointed says:

    This is not a review, just a regurgitation of the product sales spec. Lame

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