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Zotac's Zbox HD-ID34BR-U nettop
This sleek, small-form-factor machine serves up Blu-ray playback, USB 3.0, Nvidia discrete graphics, and a dual-core Atom. Is it the ultimate home-theater nettop?
Zotac's Zbox HD-ND22 barebones mini PC
Atom-based nettops easily get bogged down, but Zotac's latest Zbox pairs a capable CULV Celeron with an Ion chipset. Let's see what this budget...
Zotac's Zbox HD-ID11 barebones nettop
Zotac's Zbox HD-ID11 brings a dual-core Atom, Ion GPU, 802.11n Wi-Fi, and XBMC support to a barebones nettop. Is it the ultimate bargain HTPC?
An upgrade tale 2: upgrade harder
So, almost three years had passed since my last major system upgrade—downright shameful negligence for someone in this line of work, clearly. I won't...
Trying out Windows 7's XP Mode
Late last month, Microsoft revealed plans to offer a free Windows XP virtualization solution to users of Windows 7 Professional and Ultimate. In a...
Shuttle's XPC SP35P2 Pro SFF barebones system
Intel's P35 Express has reigned as the enthusiast chipset of choice since its introduction. Now you can get it in a pint-sized form factor with...
|Friday deals: A speedy 960-GB NVMe SSD for $157 and more||4|
|The Tech Report System Guide: January 2019 edition||43|
|Intel graphics driver version 22.214.171.12419 is indie game-ready||5|
|Ditch New Year's Resolution Day Shortbread||20|
|Zotac's Mek Mini stuffs RTX graphics into a 9-liter package||15|
|Zotac shows off the GeForce RTX 2080 Ti ArcticStorm at CES 2019||17|
|The Asus ROG Mothership: An AIO, a tablet, a gaming laptop||14|
|Alphacool starts in on servers at CES 2019||22|
|G.Skill's latest Trident Z kit bumps Threadripper RAM to 3466 MT/s||8|
|Ah, speak its name thrice, and it appears: The face-melting computing power in this build... When cool Winter's frosted grip abates, And Spring's warm...||+26|