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Zotac ZBOX NANO ID18 NETTOP Intel® 1500 MHz NM70 , HD GPU

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  • NM70 Express
  • 2 x 204-pin SODIMM up to 16GB
  • Intel HD Graphics
  • 2.5' drive bay SATA 6.0 Gb/s compatible
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Technical Details
BrandZotac
Item Weight1.7 Kg
Product Dimensions33.6 x 24.2 x 7.4 cm
Manufacturer referenceZBOX-ID18-B
SeriesZBOX NANO ID18
Processor BrandIntel®
Processor Speed1500 MHz
Processor Count2
Graphics Card DescriptionHD GPU
  
Additional Information
ASINB00GLPCUOM
Best Sellers Rank 49,793 in Computers (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.7 Kg
Date First Available11 Nov. 2013
  
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Experience the power of Intel's Bridge architecture in a compact form factor with the ZOTAC ZBOX ID18 mini-PC. Powered by an Intel processor, the ZOTAC ZBOX ID18 takes CPU performance to the next level with desktop-class processing power that sips miniscule amounts of energy. Integrated Intel graphics enable the ZOTAC ZBOX ID18 mini-PC to simultaneously drive dual independent displays via HDMI and DVI for superior productivity capabilities from the mini-PC. Space for a 2.5-inch hard drive and 2 204-pin DDR

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Okay, this device is *far* far better than I had expected.

After reading the previous comments on here, I figured this would work okay as an Ubuntu Linux "steam streaming box" to connect to TV and then stream Steam games from my more powerful computer in another room and bought it for exactly that purpose.

I had a spare 2.5" SATA 160Gb WD Blue hard-drive spare, so only needed to buy some memory to have a fully functioning machine (as other on here have done I bought a stick of Crucial CT51264BF160B 4GB memory direct from Amazon.)

Very impressed with the box contents - well packaged, including the device, PSU (like a small laptop sized - 19V so fairly standard voltage too), PSU lead (again, laptop standard, 3-pin, with 3-pin UK plug), but also came with drivers CD, printed manuals, and even a pretty black envelope to store them in. Additionally, it included a DVI to VGA adapter, should you need one, which I thought was a really nice extra. Although this is a budget machine, the manufacturers have clearly gone "the extra mile."

I got my non-technical partner to put this together with me, as an educational experience, as a novice could do it and it came with a clear set of instructions and pictures to show you how to do so; anxiety free construction that took only a few minutes.

It doesn't come with an operating system. BIOS options allow for Windows 7 or Windows 8 configuration, UEFI should you wish (which can be disabled) and drivers are available on the website or the supplied CD for these OSs. For an operating system, I installed Ubuntu 14.04-1 LTS from a memory stick.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Grassmarket on 9 Dec. 2014
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Like everyone else says, this is an unbeatable little bit of kit for the money. Build quality is a bit on the low side, but otherwise it has everything you need. You'll be able to put together a fast, useful, flexible and easily usable PC for about £200. The only thing missing is ultra high-end game graphics, which many users won't need. It's perfectly adequate for ordinary graphics and TV.

For storage, I went for the high-speed Kingston Technology 120Gb Solid State Drive 2.5-inch V300, and for RAM 2xCrucial CT51264BF160B 4GB DDR3 PC3-12800 chips - making 8Gb. Installation was easy, very little room for error. Plugged it all together in about 3 minutes.

On my existing PC, I downloaded a Linux Mint .iso onto a bootable USB stick (search the web, there are plenty of free utilities if you don't know how to do this). On first install, it's best to use a USB 2.0 port for the boot device, wired keyboard, mouse & ethernet cable, and to detach all other devices from the screen. Power on, keep pressing F8 to load the boot menu or enter the BIOS to check that your RAM and HD are being recognised. [There's one small snag at this point, the BIOS is very clear but does not seem to display the MAC address of the ethernet port, which some users might need if you have a secured network] From the boot menu select your USB device, and you are away - with the fast solid state drive I got a full OS install with all updates done in less than 15 minutes! [Another minor snag, the analog audio had to be manually set to recognise the headphones, but that might have been an OS issue.]

2 particular things I appreciated:-

1) the huge range of outputs. 4 USB 2 ports (at back, top, front), 2 USB 3 ports, eSATA and full size SD card. Ethernet.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By raj on 1 Jan. 2015
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Bought it to replace RaspberryPi media centre which is underpowered for XMBC in my experience. With Crucial CT51264BF160B 4GB DDR3 PC3-12800 Unbuffered NON-ECC 1.35V memory and SanDisk 64 GB 2.5 Inch Internal SSD so far it's fantastic running Kodibuntu, and early days yet, but streaming 1080/5.1 content from remote NAS is fine, with processor usage measured by 'top' hovering around 18%.

One issue I haven't seen mentioned in reviews, and for the benefit of anyone using SSD, I had to change the default SATA type to SSD in the bios. With the out-of-the-box setting the SSD disk is recognised and the OS installs OK but it doesn't boot into desktop, but loads what looks like a busybox command-line. This happened for both Kodibuntu AND LinuxLite, so assume it's a general problem for (Linux?) graphical desktops. Changing SATA type to SSD fixed this issue.

[edited as it's my 1st review and forgot to put a title]
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By MR A. on 1 Aug. 2014
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Really good value, and excellent with OpenELEC

Two things the manual does not tell you, and found thanks to Simon Fredsted’s blog

BIOS: cold boot (don’t restart), press DEL repeatedly
Boot Device: cold boot, press F11 repeatedly

The fan is quiet. You may go into the BIOS and set the fan start temperature to 60 Deg. C, which means that it will seldom run, because the idle temperature is c. 50 Deg C. mounted upright with the provided stand

I used Crucial 4GB DDR3 PC3-12800 SODIMM and SanDisk 16GB Extreme USB 3.0 Flash Drive. This gives a silent, totally stable and smooth playing system with OpenELEC 4.0.7, no issues with 1080p and high frame rates
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