- Expected Price (Rs)
- Shipping from
- Item Condition
- 4 out of 5
- Payment Options
- Bank Transfer
- Purchase Date
- Jun 30, 2013
- Shipping Charges
- Included in cost
- Have you provided two pics?
- Remaining Warranty Period
- Invoice Available?
- Reason for Sale
- Product Name: Zotac ZBOX Nano XS AD11 Mini PC with AMD E-450 & mSATA
- Expected Price: 3500 for the barebone, 500 extra for 4GB DDR3, 500 extra for a 32gb mSATA drive.
- Shipping charges: Included
- Manufacturer page URL: https://www.zotac.com/us/product/mini_pcs/ad11
- Description: Includes a generic power adapter & power cable (not pictured), and a slide-in VESA mount. Optional upgrades are 4GB DDR3 and a mSATA 32gb drive.
- Reason for Sale: Downsizing
- Product condition: 7 out of 10
- Purchase Date: 2013
- Remaining Warranty period: None
- Warranty available in: None
- Invoice Available: No
- Shipping from: Hyderabad
- Shipping to: Every Pin Code
- Preferred courier: India Post
- Payment options: Google Pay or UPI
- Added an additional 4GB stick
- Sold Zotac mini pc with 4GB ram & 32gb mSATA ssd to @codelad
- Sold additional 4GB stick to @prime
This is by far my most favourite computer, if only because it's both pocketable and upgradeable. It's made out of sleek aluminium with a glowing green led circle on top. It predates Intel's NUC initiative by a year. It has a dual core AMD E-450 which can handle a basic Windows 10 installation, and pretty impressive connectivity with a card reader, eSATA, lots of usb ports and hdmi. It has a single so-dimm memory slot and a single mSATA connector. I originally used Windows 7 with this, which I then upgraded to Windows 10 during the eligibility period. So technically, any installation of Windows 10 Home should automatically activate, but this is something I can't guarantee.
The bios is a little weird in that it does recognize UEFI boot devices but Windows will only install on MBR formatted disks and not GPT. It's been a few years since I last installed windows on this so I don't remember the exact process. But it is not straightforward. You'll need access to another computer. I've last used this with Proxmox and it ran fine. There is no provision for a 2.5" drive. I encourage you to read reviews about this. This was purchased from Amazon.com
I have some photos from back when I first fell in love with this that I'll attach at the end.