The ASRock ION 330 nettop features a dual core Intel Atom 330 CPU and NVIDIA ION graphics. It weighs just under 4 pounds, and is just barely large enough to hold a hard drive, DVD burner, and a few sticks of RAM. NVIDIA recently sent me a demo unit to test out.
The company recently launched an updated model with WiFi, a Blu-Ray drive and a media center remote control. That’s not the model I’m testing. But that’s OK, because I don’t actually have any Blu-Ray discs lying around anyway.
I’ll have more details to share after I’ve spent some more time with this nettop, but for now you can check out my unboxing video after the break.
The ASRock ION 330 is available as a barebones system (without an operating system) for $349.99 from Newegg.