As we've mentioned earlier, the Zotac 9300-ITX comes in mini-ITX form and as such is really small, but that doesn't mean you have to sacrifice on usability as the board comes with a decent amount of options (as the technical specifications of the board would attest). It has six USB ports on the rear I/O bracket, and an additional six more can be enabled through onboard USB headers. If there's anything we could use more of, it's definitely SATA ports. The Zotac 9300-ITX only has two, and with one most likely already reserved by your, presumably, Blu-ray drive, that means you only have another for your hard drive. Clearly, an additional SATA port would have been very useful.
However, the Zotac 9300-ITX does redeem itself somewhat when we took a look at its generous video output options. With VGA, DVI and HDMI outputs, the board does seem to have all bases covered, and users should find it a breeze to hook it up to their existing living room systems.