“Dell maxed out their Zino 410 HD specifications in the review unit. It comes in at $775, and lies in between the ASRock Core 100 and the ASRock Vision 3D that we had reviewed earlier.
Do the capabilities of the system fall in between the two? Is the Dell system worth the cost? Before we get into the details, let us take a look at the unboxing impressions.”
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Dell maxes out their new Zino HD 410 HTPC
While the base model of the Zino HD 410 HTPC comes in at about $300 the model that AnandTech received for review was worth just over $700 after all of the options were loaded on. That fully loaded model sports a Phenom II X4 P940 on a AMD M880G + SB820 which supports up to 8GB of DDR3-1333 and for graphics uses an ATI Mobility 5450 1GB DDR3.