Zotac ZBOX Magnus EC52070D Home Entertainment Mini PC Review

Without question, my living room PC is the most versatile piece of electronics in my AV system. I do just about everything with it, including all of my work for AVS Forum. From Photoshop to video editing in Premiere to music production in Ableton live, it’s the focus of my creativity and also a major source of entertainment.
Daily, I use a PC for streaming music with Google play, watch live sports on YouTube TV, and to stream TV shows plus movies using iTunes and Vudu. For years I’ve relied on a DIY PC that gets the job done, but is quite large. Now, with the Zotac ZBOX Magnus EC52070D Home Entertainment Mini PC, similar performance comes in a far more compact, modern mini-PC that’s much easier to fit into an AV system. Here’s my hands-on experience.
The System
Zotac sent me a “barebones” Magnus EC52070D, meaning it had the RTX 2070 video


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