IMAGINE TOMORROW WITH ZOTAC AT CES 20202020.01.02 4:00 AM
HONG KONG – January 2, 2020 – ZOTAC Technology, a global manufacturer of innovation, is excited to expand the ZBOX Mini PC universe and debut a new product segment at the upcoming CES 2020 in the Caesars Palace Forum Suite, Las Vegas.
Pushing the Limits of the ZBOX Mini PC
“ZOTAC was the creator of the Mini PC form factor 13 years ago this year. The small foot print, energy efficiency, flexibility, and performance are irresistible facts that make the Mini PC a compelling form factor. Today’s ZBOX Mini PCs are like day and night compared to our first Mini PC entry. The innovations continue to expand on pushing ZBOX Mini PCs to desktop performance levels, shrinking the design envelope, and introducing more variety into the ZBOX Mini PC ecosystem.” said ZOTAC CEO, Tony Wong.
Create Today, Imagine Tomorrow with Inspire Studio
First up will be an exclusive look at the all-new series, Inspire Studio, a dedicated line for Creators of media and entertainment such as videos, stunning vivid photos, and more. Dressed in white, Inspire Studio is a uniquely identifiable, compact and power dense system complete with a desktop-sized ZOTAC GAMING GeForce® RTX SUPER™ graphics card paired with a 65W 8-core Intel® Core™ i7 processor.
With 32GB DDR4 memory, 512GB NVMe M.2 SSD, a 2TB HDD, WiFi 6 and dual Ethernet connectivity, and ready to go with Windows 10 Pro, the professional-class system enables creators to accelerate their creative workflow in today’s most-used creative applications.
ZBOX on Edge
Introducing the ZBOX edge line of Mini PCs, an ultra-thin form factor equipped with up to an Intel Core i5 processor. With today’s ever expanding connected landscape, more dedicated, locally resourced computing is needed to sit at the outer edges to collect and store IoT device data. Edge computing looks to alleviate overhead, resources, and bandwidth of centrally located supercomputer datacenters and will play a more prominent role in the future of IoT.
At just 28.5mm / 1.12in thin and an overall volume of 0.64 liters, the ZBOX M series edge MI643 Mini PC is one of the thinnest systems with an Intel Core processor. Designed with a wide degree of open ventilation, VESA mounting compatibility, a low-profile design, and overall small footprint, the ZBOX edge is designed to be as flexible as possible for all matters of installation in terms of spacing and position.
The ZBOX M series edge stays connected via 802.11ac WiFi, Bluetooth 5, or via dual gigabit Ethernet ports. To maintain the thin profile, the ZBOX edge relies solely on dual M.2 SSD slots for storage and supports up to 64GB DDR4 memory.
For system needs requiring no moving parts, the new ZBOX C series edge CI341 Mini PC is passively cooled for silent operation and also VESA mount compatible. At just 32.1mm / 1.26 inch thin and an overall volume of 0.70 liters, it’s the thinnest ZBOX C series model released. It houses an Intel Celeron N4100 quad-core processor for low-power efficiency and swift processing in demanding and tight work spaces with limited airflow and spacing.
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MAGNUS Gets More Powerful
The powerful ZBOX E Series gets more powerful with a GeForce RTX SUPER graphics card based on the NVIDIA Turing™ architecture for the first time. The ZBOX MAGNUS E Series are for hardware enthusiasts who simply want the most powerful hardware in the ZBOX Mini PC.
Packed inside is a desktop-sized ZOTAC GAMING GeForce RTX SUPER graphics card paired with a 45W Intel Core i7 or i5 processor. With expanded support for up to 64GB of DDR4, the new MAGNUS EC72070S / EC52060S Mini PCs aim to take compact performance to the top.
The all-new MAGNUS EN92080V, with its slim 62.2mm / 2.45in body height, is a monster of a Mini PC on its own with an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 paired with a 45W 8-core Intel Core i9 processor.
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ZBOX nano Meets AMD Ryzen™
The last ZBOX nano palm-sized Mini PC released with an AMD processor was in 2015. Today, we introduce the new ZBOX nano Mini PCs powered by a 15W AMD Ryzen 3 processor. Actively cooled under the ZBOX M Series MA621 nano and passively cooled for silent operation under the ZBOX C series CA621 nano, both feature the AMD Ryzen 3 3200U dual-core processor with Radeon Vega 3 graphics for responsive everyday computing.
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ZBOX nano meets 10th Gen Intel Core Processors
Both the new palm-sized actively cooled M series nano and the passively cooled C series nano ZBOX Mini PCs are the first in the ZBOX line of Mini PCs to get the latest Intel processor refresh with a 10th Gen, 15W Intel Core i7 / i5 / or i3 processor at the heart.
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VR GO Gets a GeForce RTX
The VR GO 3.0 backpack PC arrives to power the latest VR headsets with a mobile NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 graphics card and an Intel Core i7 processor. The fabric of the backpack is updated to utilize a sweatproof material for simpler maintenance. In the familiar sleek and compact VR GO 2.0 design enhanced with SPECTRA 2.0 RGB lighting, VR GO 3.0 aims to provide more performance in today’s more versatile VR landscape while infusing the freedom of movement and untethering of wires.
Join us at CES 2020 at Caesars Palace Forum Suite, from January 6th to 9th. For more information, please send inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org.