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ZOTAC Ships MIni PCs with Blu-ray Drives

Written on September 09, 2010 by Adam Eve

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ZOTAC has made a living from producing graphics cards and PCs that are smaller than your average mid-tower. Now, the times are finally catching up. ZOTAC has stepped forward with the first Mini PCs to be loaded with integrated slot-load Blu-ray drives.

After making a living in producing graphic cards and PCs that are smaller than the mediocre, many HTPC owners wonder why they ship their mini PCs without Blu-ray support. However, ZOTAC has taken one step forward with its products, as they introduce their first mini PCs loaded with integrated Blu-ray drives. Both Blu-ray HD-ID33 and HD-ID34 comes with optical drives that can handle the latest and greatest BD movies.

Both drives has Intel 1.8GHz Atom D252, NVIDIA Ion that takes care of the graphics, and 2GB DDR2-800 memory. The ID33 has 2.5-inch HDD slot, while the ID34 goes with 250GB unit already. There’s also bundle consist of USB 3.0, on-board Wi-Fi and tons of Blu-ray related software. The latest mini PCs also includes HDMI output, Windows 7, 6-in-1 card reader, 7.1 channel audio and Gigabit Ethernet. Though assumptions that the price can be more expensive than prior units, it still is worth it because there’s finally Blu-ray.

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