Dell’s new Zino HD mini-computers look good enough to eat. And, even more important if you are the sole geek of the the house, good enough to put in the living room.
The Zino HD wants to sit by your TV, and is a full-on entertainment PC. As ever, it’s hard to get a handle on precisely what a Dell machine will actually do, as the configuration options are almost endless. Here instead, is a list of the options.
All of the 8” x 8” boxes run on some kind of AMD Athlon Dual-Core processor and offer a choice of Windows Vista, Windows 7 or Ubuntu Linux. You can stuff in up to a terabyte of hard drive space, 8GB RAM and opt for a rewritable DVD drive or Blu-ray.