Zotac, a company primarily known for their video cards, showed off a new range of products at Computex 2018 including new models of its ZBOX mini PC and Magnus Gaming mini PC as well as the company’s new MEK Mini and MEK Ultra desktop gaming PCs.
The company’s new mini PC models include two ZBOX mini PCs and their latest Magnus Gaming mini PC. The ZBOX CI660 Nano features a new passively cooled design and comes with an 8th generation Intel Core i7 processor with a TDP of up to 25W. The new Magnus Gaming mini PC also sports an 8th generation Intel Core i7 processor as well as both Killer Wireless and Killer Ethernet technology and a discrete Zotac GeForce GTX graphics card. The company also showed off its upcoming ZBOX MA551, the company’s first Ryzen powered mini PC. It’s equipped with an AMD Ryzen 5 processor as well as integrated Radeon graphics.
Zotac’s new MEK desktop gaming PCs were also showcased at the event. The new MEK Mini (pictured above) is the smallest in the company’s range of desktop gaming PCs and will feature an 8th gen Intel processor, GeForce GTX 1080 graphics, Killer networking, and a 32GB Optane memory module. The Mek Ultra will be the company’s top-of-the-line desktop gaming PC which will come with what the company says is top-tier hardware although no specifics were revealed. Both the MEK Mini and MEK Ultra will feature the company’s next-generation Spectre ARGB (Alpha Red Green Blue) lighting effects.
Zotac didn’t disclose when the new products will hit the market or how much they’ll be priced but it’s probably safe to assume that they’ll be available before the year ends.