ZOTAC ZBOX pico PI320 Review

A few months ago ZOTAC sent me a ZBOX EN760 Plus to review and recently they offered me a chance to review one at the opposite end of the spectrum. Part of the pico series, the ZOTAC ZBOX PI320 is a far cry from the EN760 which by specification looks like a complete monster. However the pico PI320 is designed for completely purposes such as everywhere computing, which is a big thing for businesses.

About ZOTAC

The ZOTAC Philosophy
“We deliver unrivaled components and systems suitable for all needs and requirements,” says ZOTAC CEO Tony Wong. “Enthusiasts, gamers, students, businesses and corporations… everyone that requires components and systems, we deliver unsurpassed products in all segments with superior performance, reliability and customer service.”

ZOTAC’s core philosophy embodies our commitment and guides our research and development to deliver first-class products that you can rely on.

 

Specifications

 

Product Name ZBOX PICO PI320
GPU Intel HD Graphics
CPU Intel Atom Z3735F (quad-core, 1.33 GHz) Boost frequency up to 1.83 GHz
Memory DDR3L 1333MHz
Memory Slots N/A
Capacity 2GB Installed
Networking 1 x 10/100Mbps 802.11n + BT 4.0
Audio Stereo Out and 8 Channel Via HDMI
Hard Drive 32GB eMMC
Memory Card Reader 3-in-1 (micro SD/SDHC/SDXC)
Video Outputs HDMI x 1
USB Ports 3 USB2.0
Form Factor Mini-PC
OS Compatibility Windows 8.1 (32bit) preinstalled
Box Content 1 x ZOTAC ZBOX PI320 pico 1 x VESA-compatible mount 2 x Mounting screws 1 x AC adapter 1 x Warranty card 1 x User manual 1 x Quick Install Guide 1 x OS recovery disc

 

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