ZOTAC to Release Pocket-Sized ZBOX PI320 pico

Zotac ZBOX PI320 pico

ZOTAC's Pocket-Sized ZBOX PI320 pico

ZOTAC Release Pocket-Sized ZBOX PI320 pico

 

The new Zotac ZBOX PI320 pico, a full PC which is no larger than most Mobile phones, should arrive in stores towards the end of September for the price of $200.

For this price Zotac includes not only the hardware but Windows 8.1 meaning you can simply plug it in and start using the device. At a pocket sized form factor and a tiny power draw Zotac have created a highly portable PC which won't burn a large hole in your wallet or your electric bill.

 

ZOTAC Release Pocket-Sized ZBOX PI320 pico

 

HONG KONG – Aug. 27, 2014 – ZOTAC International, a global innovator and manufacturer of graphics cards and mini-PCs, today shrinks the mini-PC further with the pocket-sized ZBOX PI320 pico. The new ZOTAC ZBOX PI320 pico delivers a superb quad-core Windows 8.1 with Bing computing experience in a compact and versatile form factor.

 “ZOTAC is a major innovator when it comes to miniaturizing the traditional PC. We began our push towards smaller and smaller mini-PCs with the ZBOX nano form factor and followed up with the ZBOX nano XS,” said Tony Wong, CEO, ZOTAC International. “Now with the all-new ZBOX PI320 pico, we have created our smallest mini-PC that can fit in your pocket.”

The pocketable form factor measures in at 115.5mm x 66mm x 19.2mm, which is roughly the same size as a small smartphone. Thanks to the tiny size, the ZOTAC ZBOX PI320 pico is the perfect mini-PC for any room in a house, specialized installations, and for seasoned travelers on the go

 ZOTAC Release Pocket-Sized ZBOX PI320 pico

 

At the heart of the ZOTAC ZBOX PI320 pico is an Intel Baytrail quad-core processor with Intel HD Graphics technology for snappy system responsiveness and stunning high-definition video playback capabilities. The very energy-efficient processor is cooled with a fan-less heatsink that generates zero noise for an excellent silent computing experience.

Microsoft Windows 8.1 with Bing is preinstalled on the ZOTAC ZBOX PI320 pico mini-PC for instant out-of-box use. Just unbox the ZOTAC ZBOX PI320 pico, plug it in, connect peripherals, and power it on.

 

ZOTAC to Release Pocket-Sized ZBOX PI320 pico

 

The ZOTAC ZBOX PI320 pico ships with 2GB of DDR3L memory and 32GB solid-state storage with a micro SDXC slot to instantly increase storage up to 128GB. External expansion is available via three USB 2.0 ports on the ZOTAC ZBOX PI320 pico.

A single HDMI output that’s capable of up to 1080p resolution enables the ZOTAC ZBOX PI320 pico to easily connect to most LCD monitors and displays. High-speed 10/100 Ethernet, 802.11n Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth 4.0 technologies ensure the ZOTAC ZBOX PI320 pico delivers fast networking performance with and without wires.

It’s time to experience versatile and pocketable computing with the ZOTAC ZBOX PI320 pico.  

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28-08-2014, 04:06:33

WYP
ZOTAC Shrinks Mini-PC Further with New Pocket-Sized ZBOX PI320 pico, delivering a superb computing experience in a compact and versatile form factor.

http://www.overclock3d.net/gfx/artic...035125384l.jpg

Read more on the Zotac ZBOX PI320 pico here.Quote

28-08-2014, 05:19:43

Thelosouvlakia
It's so cuteeeee and tiny.
With an 128GB SD this thing would become the best thing to go to a friend and watch a movieQuote

28-08-2014, 05:43:51

paulstung
HML cable and a phone...Quote

28-08-2014, 11:08:06

drunkenvalley
This product seems fun, but holy moly the article's writing comes across as just an advertisement/hype creator.Quote

28-08-2014, 14:33:49

NeverBackDown
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Originally Posted by drunkenvalley View Post
This product seems fun, but holy moly the article's writing comes across as just an advertisement/hype creator.
Its not a review. Its in the news section. Hes merely talking about a product he deemed worth talking about.Quote

28-08-2014, 15:34:37

MadShadow
Cool product, but I hope the sides are metal, not plastic painted to look like metal. That just screams low quality to me.Quote

28-08-2014, 15:48:46

NeverBackDown
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Originally Posted by MaddenShadow View Post
Cool product, but I hope the sides are metal, not plastic painted to look like metal. That just screams low quality to me.
Why would they make it metal? That would make it extremely hot since it would absorb all the heat.Quote

28-08-2014, 16:13:16

drunkenvalley
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Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
Its not a review. Its in the news section. Hes merely talking about a product he deemed worth talking about.
I'm well aware this isn't a review. This is exactly why I'm reacting. I'm really not fond of these "news" that are just hype statements.

News does not mean hype or advertisement. If that's lost on you then god have mercy on you.Quote

28-08-2014, 16:28:33

NeverBackDown
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Originally Posted by drunkenvalley View Post
I'm well aware this isn't a review. This is exactly why I'm reacting. I'm really not fond of these "news" that are just hype statements.

News does not mean hype or advertisement. If that's lost on you then god have mercy on you.
Its a quick overview of a product. Not hyped. News itself is a form of advertisement. See all those games being announced? Thats news. All those car ads in your newspaper? Yep news. That new apple product hit the news and headlines everywhere and now everyone is talking about it? Yep news. Clearly your lost here.Quote

29-08-2014, 08:57:35

drunkenvalley
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Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
Its a quick overview of a product. Not hyped. News itself is a form of advertisement. See all those games being announced? Thats news. All those car ads in your newspaper? Yep news. That new apple product hit the news and headlines everywhere and now everyone is talking about it? Yep news. Clearly your lost here.
News would be reporting it. It's going to create some hype. That's natural.

The article here goes well above and beyond that though. It's a literal PR statement that might as well be written be Zotac. That 's not news.Quote
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