Monday, February 28, 2011

Zotac drops Nvidia exclusivity with new AMD Fusion motherboard

Zotac, a 100% nVidia house, pioneered the union of smaller Intel processors like the Atom D525 with nVidia Ion technology, first seen way back at CeBIT 2009.

For 2011, Zotac seems to be looking to offer a wider choice of products to end users – by including the AMD Fusion processor on its new designs, like the stylish ZBox Blu-ray AD03. This unit comes unpopulated, so you can choose to add whatever memory and hard drive configuration suits you best. Alternative, you can save yourself time by choosing the ‘Plus‘ option which comes with 2GB memory and a 250GB hard drive.

via KitGuru

TUJ Notes: Zotac has introduced AMD based motherboards before (see M880G-ITX WiFi and 880G-ITX WiFi) but nonetheless, its good to see more companies embracing the new APU.

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