ZOTAC doubles ZBOX processing power

New ZBOX ID90 series features quad-core processing and Intel HD Graphics 4000

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ZOTAC doubles ZBOX processing power The new ZBOX ID90 series employs the power of an Intel Core i7 3770T with HD Graphics 4000.
By  Stephen McBride Published  June 7, 2013

Graphics card manufacturer ZOTAC International this week said it had doubled the processing power of its ZBOX range of mini desktops with the very first quad-core model in the series.

The new ZBOX ID90 series employs the power of an Intel Core i7 3770T with HD Graphics 4000 for a "supercharged mini-PC computing experience with no compromises".

"ZOTAC has always seen the need for a quad-core mini-PC, but the technology was not available to us previously, said Carsten Berger, senior director.

"With our third-generation ZBOX platform and the range-topping Core i7 3770T, we put together the perfect solution for demanding multi-tasking users without sacrificing the small form factor with the ZOTAC ZBOX ID90 series. The quad-core processor and extensive virtualisation instructions makes the ZBOX ID90 series a perfect solution for OS virtualisation too."

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