Friday, February 18, 2011

Zotac ZBox AD03BR Plus Review
Many home-theater aficionados are technically minded folks who subscribe to a three-letter code of conduct: D-I-Y. As a result, when it comes to configuring a home-theater PC (HTPC), many choose to build their own, instead of purchasing a preconfigured rig. If you do a Google Shopping search for “HTPC”, you’ll see a long list of HTPC cases and bare-bones computers. A bare-bones computer typically includes an installed motherboard, a power supply, and an optical drive—letting you choose and install the CPU, graphics card, memory, hard drive, operating system (OS), and software yourself. These kits come in sizes that range from full-size desktops to small-form-factor (SFF) chassis that can be tucked away in an entertainment center or even mounted to the back of an TV...