Hong Kong based Zotac International is known for its mini-gadgets that range from motherboards, Nettops, PC and graphics cards. It announced another mini PC recently, called as Zbox nano XS AD11 Plus. Imagine a PC with dual-core processor, 64GB solid state drive, 2GB RAM, USB 3.0, and more that can almost sit on the palm of your hand. If you think it won't we would like to give you its dimensions i.e. 4.17” x 4.17” x 1.46”.
It comes with a monitor mount that allows placing the rest of the system on back of the display. The front of device houses the 6-in-1 memory card reader, headphone jack, microphone jack, IR receiver, eSATA/USB 2.0 port and power button. On the back side you can see HDMI port, power jack, two USB 2.0 ports, two USB 3.0 ports and LAN jack.
The device runs on dual-core AMD E-450 APU whose frequency clocks at 1.65 GHz, while the graphics are rendered by AMD Radeon HD 6320 GPU. Though it doesn't come preloaded with any OS, which might be a setback to those who were expecting it to board Windows 7. It also doesn't come with an in-built Wi-Fi and you need USB WiFi controller. You can play most high-definition content flawlessly on it and streaming of content from sites like Hulu too will not be an issue. Not everyone likes to work on laptops and devices like XS AD11 Plus ensure you can carry the computing power in your pocket and use it with any display of your choice. Kudos once again to people at Zotac to be able to come up with this "out-of-the-box" mini gadget.