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Zotac Zbox Nano Plus ID64 RAID update review

New test with two mSATA SSDs



Earlier this year we reviewed the Zotac Nano ID64 Plus mini PC. It's similar to the Intel NUC, but has more flexible options such as the choice between a hard disk or two mSATA SSDs. We tested it again with two SSDs, so today you can read about having RAID in a mini-PC.

Zotac Zbox Nano ID64 Plus

The Zotac Zbox Nano ID64 Plus is a mini-PC that fits in the palm of your hand. Its compact size is deceiving, it's a pretty potent and versatile little computer. The hardware is similar to that of an Ultrabook, and our test sample contains an Intel Core i5-3337U Ivy Bridge dual-core processor. It has lots of external connectors with four rear USB 3.0 ports, two frontal USB 2.0 ports, infrared, a card reader, HDMI, DisplayPort and eSATA. WiFi is built in and with the included adapter you can mount it on the back of a TV.

Zotac Zbox Nano ID64 Plus

When the Zotac Zbox Nano ID64 Plus first came out we didn't have two of the same mSATA SSDs, but thanks to Plextor we can now test the mini-PC with two 128 GB M5M MSATA SSDs.

three products discussed in this review

  Product Lowest price
Zotac Zbox Nano ID64 Plus

Mini PC, Intel Core i5 3337U, 4 GB, Intel HD Graphics 4000, 500 GB, -

Specifications Test results Reviews

Zotac Zbox Nano ID64 Plus (1x mSata)
Zotac Zbox Nano ID64 Plus (2x mSata)
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