Zotac Puts NVIDIA ION in Its New MAG Nettop Series

Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Company Zotac International announces the release of its first nettop Zotac MAG. This compact computer system that can be placed virtually anywhere, can reproduce high-definition video, has a good performance and thus consumes a small amount of energy.

Based on a fairly graphics processor NVIDIA ION and energy-efficient dual-core Intel Atom 330 processor or single-core Atom 230, Zotac MAG is a computer that is placed on a platform measuring just 186x189x38mm.

Zotac MAG comes without a preinstalled operating system, so the user can independently decide whether he wants to work with Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, 32-bit, 64-bit, or with Linux. In addition, provided the hard drive with 160 GB and 2 GB of DDR2-800. All that is left to add Zotac MAG, - a keyboard, mouse, display and operating system.

There are three ways to locate your PC: simply put on the surface of the working place, put Zotac MAG vertically, or mounted on the rear surface of the monitor with fasteners VESA, the supplied. Zotac MAG has a number of ports, corresponding to all modern requirements and standards: eSATA, 6 ports USB 2.0, Gigabit Ethernet, VGA, HDMI (fully compatible with the HD standard, 1080p), optical S / PDIF output device and memory card reader 4 in 1 (SD / MS / MS Pro / xD). In addition, Zotac MAG has a built-in WiFi module of the 802.11n standard for high-speed Internet access.


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