Zotac’s Ultra-Compact P67 PC and ITX Solutions

Zotac debuted two new products for CES 2011, its latest Z-Box compact PC and a larger, more flexible ITX solution.

Designed for Blu-ray 3D video, the ID36 Plus (center) uses Intel’s high-efficiency D525 Atom processor with Nvidia Ion graphics and 802.11n to deliver enhanced playback and connectivity in the smallest possible package.

For those whose performance needs go beyond basic connectivity and playback, Zotac displayed a wide range of Mini-ITX motherboards. The star of this lineup is its new LGA-1155 based H67ITX-A-E.

The H67ITX-A-E supports Intel’s new Sandy Bridge performance processors along with dual USB 3.0 rear outputs, a two-port front-panel USB 3.0 header, integrated 802.11n wifi, HDMI, DisplayPort, SATA 6Gb/s, and a bunch of more-traditional interfaces.

Thomas Soderstrom
Thomas Soderstrom is a Senior Staff Editor at Tom's Hardware US. He tests and reviews cases, cooling, memory and motherboards.
  • 11796pcs
    Zotac products are awesome, but unfortunately when you put really expensive, high quality parts that make alot of heat into really small cases with 1-2 fans in them that don't dissipate heat well, you find that you leave alot of room for problems.
  • Lutfij
    ahhhhhh, my fingers are tingling for an HTPC build!
  • burnley14
    That mobo looks fantastic for what my next build will probably be.
  • gsacks
    Zotac had come a long way in a short time. They have the best line-up of ITX boards of any manufacturer. My socket 775/Nvidia GPU board has been running great. I think it is about 2 years now since I put it together in an older ITX case. It handles anything I throw at it, except 3D, since I currently don't have the display for anyway. In a way, I wish it didn't work so well, because then I could justify getting one of these new boards.
  • eddieroolz
    That's one tiny ass board!
  • henydiah
    good performa