The Zbox is a great alternative to traditional computers!
Washington, DC (PRWEB) March 16, 2014
The “Zbox” by Zotac was featured on NewsWatch as part of its 2014 Consumer Electronic Show Wrap Up, which took a look at the latest and coolest technology showcased at the trade show. Scott Steinberg, a guest host of NewsWatch and technology expert, conducted the product review and shared with viewers how the device transforms any television or monitor into a powerful and affordable computer.
One trend we’re seeing in the tech world and at CES is the shrinking of tech hardware and the expansion of displays. For consumers looking for a new computer with high processing power at an affordable price, check out mini-PCs. Mini PCs are bare boned computers that can be mounted on the back of a television or monitor.
ZOTAC is a major innovator and manufacturer of graphics cards, mainboards and mini-PCs and widely considered the pioneer of Mini PCs. The Zotac Zbox is incredibly powerful, and comes with an HDMI and DVI-I dual link display port, four usb ports, and has native wifi and Bluetooth capabilities. It can be mounted on the back of a flat screen television and connected to a wireless mouse and keyboard.
The model featured on NewsWatch has an Intel Haswell Processor, 500 gigabytes of hard drive, and 8 gigabytes of RAM. It has well beyond the necessary video requirements for heavy gamers. Users can pick these up in dozens of retail spots or by heading to http://www.zotac.com. They cost anywhere from $200 to $600, dependent on the model.
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