Habey has grabbed my attention a few times in recent months with tiny, low power desktop computers like the Habey BIS-6620 and BIS-6622. But while those mini-desktops were all about business thanks to their integrated Intel Atom Zxx processors and integrated graphics, the new Habey ENT-6564 is a nettop that really wants to hang out in your living room.

The ENT-6564 is based on the MITX-6564 mini-ITX board from Habey which features an Intel Atom D510 dual core processor and next-generation NVDIIA ION graphics. The board is less than 1 inch in height, which allows for pretty thin nettops like the ENT-6564.

In fact, the nettop reminds me a lot of the Giada Slim series of mini-desktops, and I wouldn’t be surprised if there’s some sort of connection between this super-slim computer and those that Giada produces.

You can pick up the Habey ENT-6564 from Amazon for $329.99. It includes 2GB of RAM, a 250GB hard drive, and 802.11/b/g WiFi. There’s no mention of an operating system so you may have to supply your own.

You can check out a demo video after the break.

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3 replies on “Habey’s new nettop is a multimedia (low) powerhouse”

  1. As much as I love HTPCs (MythTV rocks!) it’s getting harder and harder to justify when you can pick up a Roku box for $59 or an Apple TV for $99. I’m interested to see how much Google TV eats into the demand for HTPC/nettops as well…

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