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Unscrewing the 4 screws on the back panel allows the back plate to be removed easily.

Removing the back plate, we can see that the entire motherboard can be slided out easily without much difficulty.

The top and back views of the mobo.

More close-up pics of the daughterboard. The daughterboard basically holds the 2.5” hdd and slim optical drive and allows them to be used on the normal IDE interface.

The ZPC is powered by means of an external 90W PSU from Delta Electronics. A voltage changer card is included on the board to allow the mobo to be powered by the external PSU.

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