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AnandTech Oct 19, 2010

Zotac has made quite a name for itself with its mini-PC products. The ZBOX offering aims at bringing an affordable Blu-Ray equipped HTPC option to the masses for some time now. Look no further than our review of the Zotac ZBOX HD-ID11 to see what the fuss has been about.

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HotHardware Sep 28, 2010

Zotac has another winner on their hands with the HD-ID34. The new design is a huge step forward, and this machine is a perfect HTPC candidate. There's no HD tuner included, but the inclusion of a Blu-ray drive, two USB 3.0 sockets, a Mini-PCIe expansion slot, and integrated Wi-Fi make it...

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