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2014-06-02T13:20:53Z
Zotac is busy on the mini PC front, and the company has a quartet of the little buggers to show off at Computex. The four fanless systems all bear the C-Series moniker and run either AMD A6 APUs or Intel Core i3, i5, or i7 chips.

“Many users demand a completely silent PC for audio production, video and audio editing, content playback and other tasks,” said senior director of Zotac International Carsten Berger. “After many years of engineering to fine tune power and heat requirements, ZOTAC is able to deliver passive cooled mini-PCs.”

Zotac Zbox nano

The C-Series ZBOX nano machines have a honeycomb chassis design with a large internal heatsink for maximum heat dissipation.

Zotac Zbox nano

The regular nano models offer Intel Celeron N2930, Intel Core i3-4020Y, or Intel Core i5-4210Y processors with integrated Intel HD graphics or an AMD A6-1450 APU with AMD Radeon HD 8250 graphics, but they’re otherwise barebones.

Zotac Zbox nano

The PLUS models ship with 4GB of DDR3L RAM and a 64GB SSD. Other features include HDMI and DisplayPort, 802.11a/c WiFi and Bluetooth 4.0, and an Ethernet port.
KyleChessman
2014-06-02T14:28:21Z
KyleChessman
2014-06-02T14:28:21Z
digitaldd
2014-06-04T14:09:05Z

If these things were under $150 they would be the perfect way to turn a dumb TV screen into a smart TV