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ZOTAC unveils new ZBOX mini PC systems

ZOTAC's new mini PC's pack a massive punch.

@shaungrimley
Published Thu, Sep 7 2017 10:00 AM CDT   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 11:54 AM CST

Zotac have today announced two groundbreaking additions to their mini PC catalog, the ZBOX MI553 and the ZBOX PI225. These mini PCs are customized to contemporary users' needs and equipped with the latest technology.

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"Both ZBOX MI553 and PI255 inherit the defining features of their predecessors, and perhaps employ the most ambitious designs and features yet in a Mini PC. We want to make sure users can enjoy a simple and fast computing experience." Said Chinny Chuang, ZOTAC Global Director of Marketing.

The ZBOX MI553 features a 7th Gen Intel Core processor, revolutionary Optane memory technology, Thunderbolt 3 and is professionally dressed for the office and home environments. Also featuring the largest surface-area of ventilation ever in a mini PC, the all-new ZBOX MI553 is the perfect choice for style, performance and aesthetics.

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The world's smaller and thinnest mini PC, the ZBOX PI225 is powered by Intel's Apollo Lake dual-core processor that also features 802.11ac wireless and Bluetooth 4.2 connectivity. Pre-installed with Windows 10, the ZBOX PI225 provides silent performance in a miniature design.

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Shaun is a long time PC, tech, and gaming enthusiast. With an electrical trade background, Shaun has had experience with some of the latest automation technology and is looking forward to a new challenge. Shaun is excited to bring TweakTown's audience the most extensive and latest news.

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