Zotac is no stranger when it comes to having a host of new updates to their products every year at CES, and 2017 is looking to continue that trend. Of course they’ll have the obvious updated mini-PC line, as Kaby Lake nears its release date, but they also have a few other nice looking toys as well.
Zotac celebrates 10 years with new gear and more
This year they’ll have quite a few nice surprises in addition to what’s listed below. They were the first to offer a mobile VR backpack, so it’s likely they’ve got a few more tricks up their sleeves. So just what do they have?
Thunderbolt 3 eGPU Dock
The external graphics dock enables a device equipped with Thunderbolt 3 port to greatly enhance its graphical processing capabilities and expand its functionalities. The ZOTAC external graphics dock (tentative) comes with one PCIE 3.0 x16 slot, 3 standard USB 3.0 ports and 1 Quick Charge 3.0 port as well. It’ll have a 400W power supply which should actually be sufficient for any single GPU that exists at the moment.
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Mini
Zotac generally has their own take on a small GPU for those tiny builds with less room. Their version this time around is a full GTX 1080 with massive fans and a large heatsink that should be able to fit into nearly any case. It’s curious whether this
Zotac ZBOX C Series with Kaby Lake
The next generation of high speed and versatile connection has arrived on ZOTAC Mini PCs with next generation Intel Kaby Lake processors and Thunderbolt 3 connectivity. Thunderbolt 3 could potentially allow this to have external graphics, making it a more robust workstation despite the minuscule size. It’s passively-cooled and has Intel vPro and UNITE.