Zotac unveiled its new PC Stick, the ZBOX Mini PC yesterday. The company’s new PC Stick comes with some pretty decent specs, and Windows 10. The company actually introduced two variants of the ZBOX Mini PC: PI221 and PI220. Both of the variants pack the Intel CherryTrail Atom processor, Windows 10 Home, 2GB of RAM, 32GB of internal storage, 1 HDMI port, a card reader, one USB 3.0 ports and more:
According to Zotac, the ZBOX Mini PC already won the Computex 2016 Design and Innovation Award in Computers and Systems:
Winner of the Computex 2016 Design and Innovation Award in Computers and Systems, the ZOTAC PI221 features an innovative all metal chassis engineered to cool efficiently and effectively while still retaining the ultra-compact form factor.
Additionally, the ZOTAC PC Stick features both a full sized 10/100 Ethernet port as well as an external Wi-Fi antenna, providing unparalleled connectivity options.
Chosen by the Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA) in conjunction with the International Forum Design GmbH (iF), this award is highly sought after and sees over 5,000 submissions from 70 different countries every year.
Zotac’s new ZBOX Mini PC looks pretty good – unfortunately, the company is yet to announce when the device will be available for purchase. Additionally, the price of the device is yet to be unveiled as well. The company will be showing off the ZBOX PI221 at Taiwan Computex 2016, where it will probably announce the release date, alongside the price of the device.
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