Today at CES ZOTAC have announced their D2700-ITX WiFi Supreme motherboard designed for DIY home theater PC builds.
The ZOTAC D2700-ITX WiFi Supreme combines the latest energy-efficient Intel Atom processor with world-class NVIDIA GeForce graphics processing for superior energy-efficiency and stunning high-definition video playback.
The latest generation Intel Atom D2700 CedarTrail processor with dual cores and Intel® HyperThreading technology enables the ZOTAC D2700-ITX WiFi Supreme to deliver snappy multitasking responsiveness for everyday computing tasks. The NVIDIA GeForce GT 520 graphics processor equips the ZOTAC D2700-ITX WiFi Supreme with hardware-accelerated Blu-ray 3D playback capabilities and HDMI 1.4a technology for the ultimate 3D high-definition experience.
““The ZOTAC D2700-ITX WiFi Supreme succeeds our award-winning IONITX series with upgrades to smoothly playback stereoscopic 3D content, output lossless audio formats and embrace Microsoft DirectX 11 technology while maintaining the compact mini-ITX form factor,” said Carsten Berger, marketing director, ZOTAC International.
Expansion is plentiful with the ZOTAC D2700-ITX WiFi Supreme platform, including two DDR3 DIMM slots, a PCI Express x16 (single-lane) expansion slot, two SATA 3.0 Gb/s ports and two USB 3.0 ports. Gigabit Ethernet, 802.11n WiFi and Bluetooth 3.0 networking technologies round out the platform for lightning-fast network connectivity wired or wirelessly.
- Intel Atom D2700 (2.13 GHz, dual-core)
- NVIDIA GeForce GT 520 (512MB DDR3)
- 2 x DDR3-1066 DIMM slots
- Support up to 4GB memory
- Dual-link DVI, DisplayPort & HDMI outputs
- PCIe x16 (single-lane) expansion, 1 Combo mini-PCIe / mSATA slot (WiFi module)
- 2 SATA 3.0 Gb/s
- 2 USB 3.0 ports (back panel), 6 USB 2.0 ports (4 on back panel, 2 via pin headers)
- Gigabit Ethernet
- Hardware accelerated Blu-ray 3D playback
- Dolby TrueHD & DTS-HD MA bitstream capable (HDMI) & 6-channel HD audio
- Microsoft DirectX 11 technology
- Onboard 802.11n WiFi & Bluetooth 3.0
- Mini-ITX form factor