Zotac announces passively cooled Zbox PCs with mobile Coffee Lake quadcores




Zotac has updated its C-series of Zbox Nano PCs. The manufacturer equips the compact passively cooled systems with eight-generation Intel processors, including the Core i7 8550U quadcore.

The Zbox Nano C systems have a housing with dimensions of 129x204x68mm and a capacity of 1.79 liters. The top, bottom and sides are perforated in a honeycomb structure and inside Zotac has an extensive block with cooling fins placed over the motherboard.

Zotac releases three variants of the Zbox Nano C: the CI660 Nano with Core i7 8550U, CI640 Nano with Core i5 8250U and CI620 Nano with Core i3 8130U. These processors have a tdp of 15W and are mostly used in laptops.

Zotac supplies the systems without memory and storage, but there are two SO-dimming slots and there is space for a 2.5 “storage drive, with two USB-C ports and a USB 3.0 type-A variant, in addition to the audio connectors and the memory card reader, there are four USB 3.0 ports on the back and two gigabit LAN connections, HDMI 2.0 and display port 1.2 are included here.The systems support wifi ac and bluetooth 4.2 and the WiFi antenna at the back.

Zotac does not report the prices of the models and since no webshops seem to have the PCs in their range, it is still waiting for those prices and availability dates.

Zotac Zbox Nano C Series


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