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ASRock Vision 3D NetTop

Michael Larabel

Published on 19 November 2010
Written by Michael Larabel
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ASRock's Vision 3D chassis is roughly the same size as the earlier Intel NetTop PCs we have reviewed from them though the appearance is slightly different with a sleeker look. The dimensions on this unit are 200 x 70 x 200 mm. ASRock offers the Vision 3D in white and black versions for its aluminum housing and our review sample was the black version.

On the front of the Vision 3D is the Blu-ray combo drive, a 4-in-1 memory card reader (MMC/SD/MS/PRO support), two USB 3.0 ports, the IR receiver for the remote, headphone and microphone jacks, and the power button.

At the back of the ASRock Vision 3D are five USB 2.0 ports, one USB 3.0 port, HDMI 1.4a output, dual-link DVI output, one eSATA 2.0 connection, Gigabit Ethernet, and six audio connections. There is also the DC power input, a Kensington lock slot, and a small exhaust area on this side.

On the bottom of the Vision 3D are more ventilation slots on three of the sides and there are four rubber feet (compared to an anti-slip pad needed by earlier ASRock mini PCs).

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