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Same look, same style, same idea... Same price?

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Pros

good audio/visual connectivity

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athlon processor is more than enough to handle all video decoding tasks

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good selection of ports

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handles HD flash no problem

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base configuration has more powerful components than the competition

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higher end configurations costs a lot more money, not really worth the value

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Same look, same style, same idea...same price? The biggest difference between Dell's Inspiron Zino HD and the Inspiron Zino HD 410 may lie in the 410's ability to be customized to a greater degree, and thus, by extension, its price. While only 3.4" (H) x 7.8" (W) x 7.8" (D), the starting specs are a 2.3GHz Athlon II processor, ATI Mobility Radeon 4250 HD graphics, 2GB of DDR3 RAM memory and a 250GB SATA hard drive can all find space on this nettop. Ports include 4 USB, one eSATA, one VGA, one HDMI, and an S/PDIF port with the capability of up to 7.1 surround sound that can't be found on the original Zino HD. Besides these upgrades, the 410 can also read a multitude of card formats with a 4-in-one card slot, connect to the internet with optional WiFi, and play DVDs with a SuperMulti drive or optional Blu-Ray drive upgrade. Genuine Windows 7 operating system included.

Features:
Base Configuration
  • Small, space-saving nettop design
  • 2.2GHz AMD Athlon II processor
  • ATI Mobility Radeon 4250 HD graphics
  • 3GB memory
  • 320GB SATA hard drive
  • 4 USB 2.0 ports
  • 1 eSATA port
  • 1 VGA port
  • 1 HDMI port
  • S/PDIF port supports up to 7.1 Surround Sound
  • 4-in-one card reader
  • SuperMulti drive
  • Genuine Windows 7 operating system
  • Dimensions: 3.4" (H) x 7.8" (W) x 7.8" (D)
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