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ZOTAC upgrades ZBOX mini-PCs

Adds fourth-gen Intel Core tech for ‘supercharged’ integrated graphics

ZOTAC upgrades ZBOX mini-PCs
The entry-level ZBOX ID91 features Intel HD Graphics 4400 and delivers a 'classic' ZBOX computing experience.

Graphics cards manufacturer ZOTAC International this week announced the upgrade of its ZBOX mini-PC lineup with fourth-generation Intel Core technology.

Each of the three new ZBOXes delivers enhanced CPU performance paired with "supercharged" integrated graphics, according to ZOTAC.

"The latest fourth-generation Intel Core-powered ZBOX delivers the power of Intel's Haswell architecture into our compact ZBOX mini-PC platform," said Carsten Berger, senior director, ZOTAC International.

"With the latest generation architecture, we're able to fine tune these ZBOXes for greater CPU and GPU performance while maintaining the excellent energy efficiency our mini-PCs are renowned for."

The new ZBOX mini-PCs come with fourth-generation Intel Core i3, i5 and i7 processor options with the entry-level ZBOX ID91 packing an Intel Core i3 4130T; the mainstream ZBOX ID92 featuring an Intel Core i5 4570T; and the flagship ZBOX IQ01 sporting a quad-core Intel Core i7 4770T. The entry-level ZBOX ID91 features Intel HD Graphics 4400 and delivers a "classic" ZBOX computing experience, according to ZOTAC.

The ZBOX ID92 and IQ01 have received upgrades to Intel HD Graphics 4600 with triple display compatibility, via dual DisplayPort and a single DVI-I output for enhanced productivity. When the ZBOX ID92 or IQ01 is combined with the ZOTAC DisplayPort to Dual HDMI adapter, the ZBOXes can drive a single 4K display that requires four independent HDMI inputs via Intel Collage Display technology.

All three 4th Generation Intel Core ZOTAC ZBOX include 802.11ac wireless networking technology. Dual Gigabit Ethernet and Bluetooth 4.0 technologies are also available on the ZBOX trio for additional network connectivity options.


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