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ZOTAC ZBOX nano ID67 Series - CES 2014 - ZOTAC ZBOX nano ID67 Series - CES 2014
Tue, Jan 07 2014 | 4:08PM | Filed under: Computer / SFF PCs| PermaLink Posted by: STAFF
ZOTAC International today releases the new ZBOX nano ID67 series with 4th Generation Intel Core technology. The new ZOTAC ZBOX nano ID67 series incorporates the latest Intel Core i3 4010U processor for great day-to-day performance and excellent energy efficiency. “Our engineers continue to boost performance of our ZBOX mini-PCs. The latest ZBOX nano ID67 series raises the bar for CPU and GPU performance for that class and form factor,” said Carsten Berger, senior director, ZOTAC International.

“It’s amazing what kind of performance we’re able to extract out of such a tiny form factor.” Intel HD Graphics 4400 enhances the ZBOX nano ID67 series with high-definition video decoding acceleration and DirectX 11 compatibility for stunning video playback and snappy system response of GPU-accelerated applications.
A trio of networking technologies – Gigabit Ethernet, 802.11ac and Bluetooth 4.0 – ensure the ZOTAC ZBOX nano ID67 series has lightning-fast networking performance via wires, wireless and with peripherals.
It’s time to play with the ZOTAC ZBOX nano ID67 series.
General details
• ZOTAC Releases New ZBOX nano ID67 series
• New ZBOX nano ID67 series
• Intel Core i3 4010U
o 1.7 GHz, dual-core, 3MB L2 cache
o Intel HD Graphics 4400
• PLUS models available with preinstalled memory and hard drive
o 4GB DDR3
o 500GB HDD
• HDMI & DisplayPort outputs
• 802.11ac Wi-Fi & Bluetooth 4.0 w/ external WiFi antenna
• Gigabit Ethernet
• High-amperage USB charging capable (yellow ports)
• Bundled VESA75/100 mount

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