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ZOTAC launches E-series gaming mini-PCs

Gaming PC specialist aims for small form-factor gaming experience

ZOTAC launches E-series gaming mini-PCs
The new ZOTAC ZBOX E-series gaming mini-PCs incorporate Intel Iris Pro 5200 graphics.

Graphics card, mainboard and mini-PC manufacturer ZOTAC International this week launched a pair of new ZBOX E-series gaming mini-PCs and the palm-size ZBOX nano AQ02 series.

The new ZOTAC ZBOX E-series gaming mini-PCs incorporate Intel Iris Pro 5200 graphics designed to deliver enhanced gaming experience in a small form factor, while the ZBOX nano AQ02 series uses an AMD A8 series APU for "a perfect combination of performance and energy-efficiency", according to a statement from ZOTAC.

"We've always wanted to create a ZBOX that delivers a good gaming experience but couldn't strike the right balance between size, performance, heat dissipation and energy consumption," said Carsten Berger, senior director, ZOTAC International.

"Intel's latest Haswell architecture with quad-cores and Iris Pro 5200 graphics hits that sweet spot we need to fit in a ZBOX chassis. The new ZBOX E-series will deliver a smooth medium quality gaming experience and be perfect for LAN party-goers and gamers that want a compact gaming system."

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