Dell Inspiron Zino HD A Compact HTPC?

Dell hasn't officially released any specs for their tiny Dell Inspiron Zino HD yet but what they are saying is that it will have "desktop parts". This could mean this small unit might become a real option for people looking for a living room media PC when its released this fall. Slashgear has pictures of the unit including the back ports and it looks like it will have four USB 2.0 port, two eSATA ports, HDMI, audio in/out, a serial port, a card reader and an optical drive. If the hardware is something other than an Intel Atom this could be very interesting as the unit is only a little bigger than an external hard drive.

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