Zotac Unveils Two New Stick PCs With Quad-core Intel Atom, and 2GB DDR3 Memory
Zotac has just added two new Windows 10 stick PCs to its well-known Zbox line of small form factor (SFF) computers.
The Zotac Zbox PI220 and PI221 are both powered by a quad-core Intel Atom X5-Z8300 processor clocked at 1.44GHz (burst up to 1.84GHz). This coupled with Intel HD Graphics, 2GB of DDR3 memory and 32GB of eMMC storage that is expandable via microSD card.
Further, these stick PCs feature an HDMI connector, a single USB 3.0 port, a 10/100 Ethernet jack, 802.11ac Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity. Accessories include a universal power adapter, a recovery disc, an HDMI extension cable and a detachable external antenna.
The only difference between the two Zbox tiny PCs lies in the way they are cooled. Like most stick PCs, the PI221 is passively cooled while the PI220 is actively cooled using a “SmartFan” system. As for the dimensions, the passively cooled model measures 131.38mm x 42.5mm x 17mm, and the other with the fan comes in at 131.5mm x 42.2mm x 15.8mm.
Zotac hasn’t yet revealed the pricing or availabilty details yet. For more info, visit the official product page.
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