Dell Zino HD Mini Desktop Open Box Multimedia PC as new with full 12 month warranty - DEL4007667 + 2m HDMI cable - £404.19 delivered @ IT247.COM - HotUKDeals
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The Dell Zino is a Windows 7 PC that has more features than you can shake a stick at! It's modest design with a piano black finish really breaks the mold with a mighty home entertainment media center.

At only 20cm x 20cm square you'll be amazed by how many powerful features are included.



* 1.8Ghz Dual Core Processor gives you all the power to need for a smooth performance.
* 4GB memory so you don't need to worry about running mulitple applications.
* Blu-ray disc drive and HDMI output so you can watch all your favourite high-definition movies on your HDTV.
* 1TB Hard Drive gives you plenty of capacity to store all your music, photo's and videos
* Built-in Wifi means you can wirelessly connect to your home network.
* 4 in 1 memory card reader allows photos and other digital content to be transferred easily.
* Wireless Keyboard and Mouse so you are not tied to your PC, check your emails through the TV whilest sitting back in your favoruite chair!.



This is an open box product, it comes as new with full 12 month warranty.
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#1
Not really a desktop replacement due to very little expansion possible (i.e. no parallel or serial port). But if you need a small box to carry to different locations......? I personally would choose a laptop instead, which is even more compact and provides keyboard and screen as well.
#2
pet2000
Not really a desktop replacement due to very little expansion possible (i.e. no parallel or serial port). But if you need a small box to carry to different locations......? I personally would choose a laptop instead, which is even more compact and provides keyboard and screen as well.


This isn't designed as a portable machine, it is designed as a media hub to go under your TV and next to your Sky box in a similar fashion to the way Revo's are hacked and used by many people on here. You however have a much more powerful machine, Blu-Ray player and 1TB of hard drive with this. Seems like a cracking product for the money and I personally like it however its not one for me. I already have a Revo hacked and running Boxee on a Linux OS and a separate server with far more power and storage than this streaming, organising and holding all my media.

Great product for someone looking for a decent media centre PC running windows and without the need for a media server.
#3
This is an old model, the newer Zino 410 starts at £329 and offers better spec video card, new generation CPUs etc. For 399, the same price I'd rather have a Zino 410 with AMD Athlon™ II X2 P340, ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4250,

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#4
NX3
This is an old model, the newer Zino 410 starts at £329 and offers better spec video card, new generation CPUs etc. For 399, the same price I'd rather have a Zino 410 with AMD Athlon™ II X2 P340, ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4250,


While the new ones have later processors and graphics, you're looking at another £200-£300 more to get the same Blu-Ray drive and 1TB, which is what i think makes this deal look very good.
#5
why do Revos need to be hacked?
#6
I'm voting hot because of the specs, but personally I'd want...well something bigger for my £400.
#7
iainkane
pet2000
Not really a desktop replacement due to very little expansion possible (i.e. no parallel or serial port). But if you need a small box to carry to different locations......? I personally would choose a laptop instead, which is even more compact and provides keyboard and screen as well.


This isn't designed as a portable machine, it is designed as a media hub to go under your TV and next to your Sky box in a similar fashion to the way Revo's are hacked and used by many people on here. You however have a much more powerful machine, Blu-Ray player and 1TB of hard drive with this. Seems like a cracking product for the money and I personally like it however its not one for me. I already have a Revo hacked and running Boxee on a Linux OS and a separate server with far more power and storage than this streaming, organising and holding all my media.

Great product for someone looking for a decent media centre PC running windows and without the need for a media server.

I see. I didn't know that people use this as a media centre. Interesting though.
#8
pet2000
Not really a desktop replacement due to very little expansion possible (i.e. no parallel or serial port).

I don’t think the omission of either of those ports is the issue especially as most modern desktops lack them also. I have a USB/Serial adapter and I presume you can get the same for a parallel port although it seems far less widely used unless you have an old printer.
The lack of space for internal expansion cards is a more of a restriction I’d say.


Edited By: Agharta on Nov 02, 2010 12:25: Reason For Edit
#9
i know its slightly different - i did see one of these with a single core processor but with 8GB ram, 1TB hard drive and ATI graphics on Dell Outlet for a little over £200 very recently so i personally think you can get a much better price on one of these if you look around :)
#10
this seems to be designed to do a few things:
store media (alternative solution: a separate external hard drive that you can plug into anything with a USB port)
play Bluray Disks on a TV (alt: a separate bluray player, optionally one that can play your media files through usb port)
play your media on your TV (alt: use the bluray player, or buy a box that plays media eg WD Live TV for £80 or use your existing computer)
lots of other alternatives setups are available, most of them both cheaper and more flexible than buying this

i don't see much point in buying a £400 computer with no screen and a poor processor that is just going to play movies on my telly
#11
I want to know more. Revo V Eeetop

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