Zotac has been making mini-PCs for a long time and with Computex kicking off soon you won’t be surprised to hear that the company has unveiled a slew of new machines for you to check out. Zotac has a total of nine machines that will be shown off at Computex that look interesting starting with the E-series.
Those E-series machines are aimed at gamers and enthusiasts wanting a performance machines in a very compact chassis. This series of machines will include the EN1050K, EK51060, EK71070, ER51060, and the ER51070 machines. As far as hardware we aren’t sure what is crammed inside of the EN1050K version right now, but TechReport thinks it might be running at GeForce GTX 1050 or GTX 1050 Ti video card.
The other machines in that series are expected to use desktop class graphics cards thanks to their taller hassis. The models marked EK use Kaby Lake processors of Core i5 and Core i7 flavor along with GTX 1060 or 1070 graphics. The ER51060 and ER51070 both use Ryzen chips under the hood, but it’s unclear which paired with GTX 1060 or 1070 graphics.
The M series machines are the mainstream versions with one using a Kaby Lake chip and the other a Ryzen. That MI553 has Intel power and Thunderbolt 3, but lacks an HDMI port. The Ryzen powered M1551 machine has an HDMI port. A tiny and passive cooled pocket PC is among the offerings called the PI225 claiming to be the size of a card and 4K ready.
The last of the new products is the MEK Gaming PC that seems to be a mini-ITX gaming rig and there is no indication of what hardware will be inside. The little beast looks cool though, especially the yellow and black version.