ASRock ION 3D 152D XFast USB Driver
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ASRock ION 3D 152D XFast USB Driver
The small black or white rectangle boxes with loads of goodies packed inside a small box.
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Don't let looks deceive you; it looks pretty similar to all previous nettop systems from ASRock, but what is going on inside the attractive and small case is what is important. As far as storage goes, pre-installed is a GB hard disk drive that spins at a not so satisfying, but adequate enough RPM. Getting a look at the front of the device above, at the top you can see the Blu-ray optical drive which is a slim version like you can find on ASRock ION 3D 152D XFast USB laptops.
The tray pops out a little instead of sliding out fully like a normal desktop drive. On the back, you would be forgiven for thinking you were looking at any number of previous nettop systems from ASRock.
It's only when you take a close look at the labeling on the stickers that you would be able to tell any difference. Besides that, everything else is pretty standard, but as usual, you are looked after with loads of connectors for your various requirements. Literally in fact, as you can see in the picture above, it looks the same as previous designs from ASRock.
Those previous designs worked well though, and we never saw any issues with heat related problems and the system is very quiet. ASRock claim the sound level to be around 24 decibels, which is basically silent.
Taking a look at the picture above, you get a look at the complete package. Do note for some reason that the basic red and blue 3D glasses were not included in our sample. From the left you get a non-slip pad for keeping the system still on your table, some stickers and spare screws and batteries for the included MCE remote control.
ASRock claim the sound level to be around 24 decibels, which is basically silent. Taking a look at the picture above, you get a look at the complete package.
ASRock ION 3D - A Next Generation ION HTPC
Do note for some reason that the basic red and blue 3D glasses were not included in our sample. From the left you get a non-slip pad for keeping the system still on your table, some stickers and spare screws and batteries for the included MCE remote control.
Moving over is the power adapter and cord. There is also a quick start guide included along with a software CD that includes some handy stuff.
System Specifications, Teardown, and Analysis - ASRock ION 3D - A Next Generation ION HTPC
The real draw card for this system is the ability to support 3D playback of movies and other files. We got Total Media Theater 3 installed along with all the 3D Vision goodies and the playback provided is smooth and rather impressive. It was actually my first time setting up a PC with 3D support and I was really impressed. Do remember ASRock ION 3D 152D XFast USB you are on a tight budget and cannot afford the 3D Vision kit, you can use the included red and blue glasses, but the results will not be as impressive as an active shutter solution like that from NVIDIA.
As far as system performance goes, it runs as you might expect. Being based on mobile parts, don't expect the system to break any performance records or provide a great gaming performance - it's just not designed for that. However, for the intended purpose of being a home theater PC, it does a rather good job.
I am still not sure why ASRock haven't teamed up with a SSD drive maker yet to offer solid state drives in these systems, as installing one in them does really speed up things quite dramatically.