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Zalman HD160XT

Zalman HD160XT
alaScore 80

6 reviews

Nov, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 6 reviews from magazines and websites.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Desktops the Zalman HD160XT is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 80/100 = Very good quality.

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(Based on 6 reviews)

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Zalman HD160XT HTPC Enclosure Review

 

The premium HD160XT Home Theater PC enclosure features an elite 7� LCD touch-screen display, elegant audiophile styling, excellent airflow, along with an impressive suite of software. Awesome!

The Zalman HD160XP is a premium HTPC enclosure that not only met but exceeded my expectations. The HD160XT incorporates many new features and improvements over the original HD160 and takes the elegant audiophile styling to a new, higher level. Throw in...

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Zalman HD160XT

 

Although it can provide great flexibility as the centrepiece of your digital entertainment, the PC is way behind standalone DVD players and stereos in terms of appearance and useability

7-inch integrated LCD screen, Touch-sensitive interface, Five-fan integrated controller, ATX compatible

Bulky size, Sub-standard remote control

An interesting concept but it needs more than just the gimmick of an LCD screen to make it stand out

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Zalman HD160XT Plus

 

Korean company Zalman has forged a reputation for cases and modifications for super-cooled and super-quiet PCs. So you'd expect a Zalman media-centre case to be almost silent and arctic-cool - and this one doesn't disappoint.

It's expensive, but if you're pockets are deep and you want the last word in luxury, this media-centre case will be ideal.

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Zalman HD160XT PC Enclosure

 

The concept of using Windows on your TV is still waiting to hit the mainstream. Zalman's HD160XT won't bring new users into the Media Centre Edition fold, but it might appeal to MCE users who wish to upgrade their kit in style

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