Dell PCs cram multimedia power into tiny package
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"While the Inspiron Zino HD measures just 7.8 x 7.8 x 3.4
inches, it should not be confused with a low-power "nettop" PC.
Instead, says Dell, the device is a full-blown multimedia PC in
miniature, offering "amazing performance," an HDMI video output,
and an internal optical drive that's offered in both DVD and
"Dell offers the Zino HD with a choice of four different AMD
processors, none of which has been well-documented by the chipmaker
itself. The two single-core choices are the Athlon 2650e, clocked
at 1.6GHz with a 15 Watt TDP, and the Athlon 2850e, clocked at
1.8GHz with a 22 Watt TDP. The two dual-core choices are the Athlon
X2 3250e (1.5GHz, with a 22 Watt TDP) and the Athlon Neo X2 6850e
(1.8GHz, TDP unknown)."