Coming to the end of our ZOTAC Mini-ITX motherboard review, we have been left with a reasonably good impression of the board. Mini-ITX boards have been in the past very plain indeed. With Atom now making its name known, Mini-ITX is on its way back up again. And while those CPUs should be left in this market, it's good to see someone taking a different approach.
Intel has come good with power efficient Core 2 processors like the E8200 and E8400 along with the E7200 chip, making this board a hell of a lot more attractive. With that said, if you're after a basic media center PC, this will do fine. However, with no digital outputs you're very limited.
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