Zotac has emerged as one of the busiest bodies at this year's CES convention, at least in terms of new product announcements. Announced today is Zotac's new D2700-ITX WiFi Supreme, a next-generation starter kit of sorts for users looking to put together a home theater PC system. It's built around the mini-ITX form factor to save space on your home theater rack, and is powered by Intel's Cedar Trail platform and an Nvidia GeForce GPU.
Spec highlights at a glance include:
Once you add the necessary components (RAM, storage device, operating system), Zotac says you'll be able to enjoy hardware accelerated Blu-ray 3D playback with audio support for Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD MA, along with 8-channel HD audio. It's also DX11 capable.
No word on price or availability.
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