With the ZBOX CI660 nano, ZOTAC Technology introduces a new passively cooled mini-PC, which will be available in six versions in various power levels from the CI620 to the CI660. Intel's 8th-place Core i7 processors Generation with integrated Intel UHD Graphics 620 should provide the necessary propulsion and still remain passively coolable. The ZBOX CI660 nano has also been redesigned from the ground up. The dominant honeycomb design is eye-catching, with 90% of the surface designed for open ventilation and ventilation.
With a two-tone black-and-white design and a matte finish, the design is modern, but at the same time timeless, especially since the 1.76 litre small box is also likely to become a real eye-catcher thanks to the design language. The new mini-PC of the ZBOX C-Series has been equipped with a more powerful, passive cooling in the form of a large slat block, which should easily cope with the up to 25W waste heat and approx. 60% more than the old C-Series ZBOXen could offer.
With two available SO-DIMM memory slots, the ZBOX can access up to 32GB of DDR4 2400 memory. With 2x USB 3.1 Gen2 Type-C ports and 5x USB 3.0 ports, the connectivity of many larger systems is hardly up to speed, in addition to Bluetooth 4.2, 802.11ac Wi-Fi, Dual Gigabit LAN Ports, DisplayPort 1.2 and HDMI 2.0 for the 4K x 60Hz support. A simple wall mount then completes the feature list. The bottom line is that the small ZBOX is a complete PC that can record with many large ones.
For the curious, we have once again summarized the entire product line with six data sheets for reading, whereby the differences between the models in the equipment with memory and data carrier type/size lie.Zotac CI 620-640-660 Nano