Zotac continues to update its Zbox Nano, by following the manufacturers like AMD with a first version with embedded E-350 APU (version AD10) and then in April a refresh with an E-450 (version AD11) and now the E2-1800 (version AD12) which is nothing other than the successor of the E-450.
Therefore, in the Zotac Zbox Nano AD12, we find a dual-core APU clocked at 1.7GHz with a Radeon HD 7340M and 80 processing units. As usual, you have the right to a “naked” or a Plus version that includes a hard drive and memory. In this case it is a 320GB 5400rpm HDD and 2GB DDR3 RAM clocked at 1333MHz.
Besides the novelty of the APU, Zotac also specifies that the two USB 2.0 ports are capable of charging consuming devices up to 1.5 amps of power. And since we are talking about connectivity, it has changed slightly to the best: at the front we can see the presence of micro and headphone jacks, 7-in-1 card reader, two USB 2 ports (only one before) and a built-in IR receiver (MCE-compatible remote control is supplied as a bundle). The back is also well supplied with from left to right: one DisplayPort and one HDMI output, two USB 3.0 ports, Gigabit Ethernet jack, two USB 2.0 ports and finally an eSATA. There is naturally WiFi n and Bluetooth 3.0.
The price has not been quantified by the manufacturer.