Zotac ZBOX RI323

alaTest har samlat in och analyserat 101 tester för Zotac ZBOX RI323. Det genomsnittliga betyget av denna produkt är 4.0/5, att jämföra med genomsnittsbetyget 4.2/5 för produkter i kategorin Stationära datorer. Tillförlitligheten och designen får bra omdömen.

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Vi har analyserat betyg från experter och användare, produktens ålder och andra faktorer. Jämfört med andra produkter i kategorin Stationära datorer belönas Zotac ZBOX RI323 med en alaScore™ på 92/100 = Utmärkt kvalitet.

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Expertrecension från : Matthew Murray (pcmag.com)

Zotac Zbox BI323

 

For easily building a tiny, no-frills PC, the Zotac Zbox Bi323 offers a good blend of features, price, and performance.

Compact. Inexpensive to buy and customize. Lots of USB ports.

So-so performance. Does not include operating system.

For more details, check out the Zotac Zbox BI323 review at our sister site, ComputerShopper.com.

Jun 2016

Expertrecension från : Nick Rego (techradar.com)

Zotac Zbox MI553 review

 

A miniature beast

Easy to configure ; Quiet operation ; Good connectivity options

Limited front USB ports

The Zotac Zbox MI553 continues the company’s triumphant reign in the mini-PC space, and offers plenty of modern connectivity options that make it suitable for an endless array of setups. Easy to configure internals with support for up to 32GB of RAM...

Nov 2018

Expertrecension från : Mike Jennings (hardwareheaven.com)

Zotac ZBOX Magnus EN1060

 

Gaming PCs are usually huge towers with flashy lights and lashings of power – or, at the very least, they're mini-ITX or micro-ATX machines that still take up a fair amount of room beneath a desk.

There’s a lot to consider, then – not least the relative high price of this machine. The Zotac’s £890 price is high for a barebones rig, especially if you need to include storage, memory and an OS – once those costs are added the Zotac begins to look...

Dec 2016

Expertrecension från : Winston 3949 Articles (funkykit.com)

Zotac ZBOX Magnus EN1070 Gaming Mini PC Review - FunkyKit

 

Thanks to ZOTAC, we'll be taking a look at the Zotac ZBOX Magnus EN1070 Gaming Mini PC. This mini PC is powered by an Intel Core i5-6400T running at 2.2GHz, and comes with an amazing array of features including an onboard GeForce GTX 1070 with 8GB of...

Great graphics and gaming performance ; Intel 6th Gen (Skylake) processor ; USB 3.1 (Type-A/Type-C) ; Dual Gigabit LAN

Can run extremely hot ; A bit pricey

“Push the limit” is one of Zotac’s moto, and it certainly has with the the ZBOX Magnus EN1070. It’s currently the most powerful mini PC on the market today that supports VR! Not only does it feature an onboard GeForce GTX 1070 with 8GB GDDR5 ram, but...

Nov 2016

Expertrecension från : Mark Walton (arstechnica.com)

Zotac Zbox EN1060 review: Better than console gaming in a tiny package

 

But don't expect the same performance as a full-size Nvidia GTX 1060.

Like any smaller system, buying the EN1060 means making a trade-off between size and longevity. One of the best things about PC gaming is how easy it is to keep a system relevant, just by dropping in a new graphics card. Heck, until the release of GTX...

Nov 2016

Expertrecension från : Housen Maratouk (computershopper.com)

Zotac Zbox BI323 Review and Ratings

 

The performance won't wow you, but the Zbox BI323, not much larger than some streaming boxes, is a surprisingly capable bare-bones system that should satisfy light computing needs, and perhaps a little more.

Small, attractive form factor ; Quiet operation ; Four USB ports (three of them USB 3.0, and one a Type-C) ; Inexpensive to outfit ; Efficient internal design

Drivers come on a disc, for a system with no optical drive ; Middling performance ; Some micro-PCs, like Intel's Compute Stick, include "free" Windows 10

The question when you're assessing a bare-bones system like the Zotac Zbox BI323 isn’t how good a system it is, but rather whether it's "just good enough" for what you want to do with it. Or if you can

Apr 2016

Expertrecension från : vortez.net (vortez.net)

ZOTAC ZBOX P1320 Mini-PC Review

 

Looking for a highly portable Windows 8.1 PC that can fit in your pocket? Then look no further than the ZOTAC ZBOX P1320.

Jun 2015

Expertrecension från : Brad Linder (liliputing.com)

Zotac ZBOX pico pocket-sized desktop PC review

 

Zotac has been offering a line of tiny desktop computers for a few years, but the company's new is the smallest yet. It's also one of the first to come not only with memory and storage, but also with an operating system pre-installed. It's a fully...

Overall I’m pretty impressed with what Zotac has managed to achieve with this little PC… although it may just be the first of many tiny Windows PCs. A Chinese manufacturer has already managed to pack a Windows computer with an Intel Atom processor

Okt 2014

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Expertrecension från : Stuart_Davidson (hardwareheaven.com)

ZOTAC ZBOX ID89 Plus Mini-PC Review

 

When NVIDIA began showing prototype PCs which offered desktop functionality in a palm sized form factor a few years ago it signalled a move in the market with manufacturers making systems that became more and more compact. ASRock, Acer and Sapphire...

When NVIDIA began showing prototype PCs which offered desktop functionality in a palm sized form factor a few years ago it signalled a move in the market with manufacturers making systems that became more and more compact. ASRock, Acer and Sapphire...

Maj 2013

Expertrecension från : Matthew Lambert (bit-tech.net)

Zotac Zbox ID89 Plus Review

 

Zotac crams an Ivy Bridge CPU into its latest mini-PC. Is it the perfect media companion?

The Ivy Bridge CPU at the heart of the ID89 Plus is clearly its strongest selling point, as it means Zotac is able to cram lots of computational power into a tiny space. The same CPU can be found powering all-in-one systems that cost upwards of £800,...

Maj 2013