In this episode of our weekly tech podcast we talk about our review of Zotac’s NEN SN970 Steam Machine, AMD’s new desktop processors coolers, an amazing custom-mode smart mirror and more!
Ever since Valve announced SteamOS and Steam Machines there have been two Steam Machines that were shown the most. They were the Alienware Steam Machine and Zotac’s NEN SN970. Not that long ago we took a look at the Alienware unit, and now we have the NEN SN970 to review. This unit is part of Zotac’s extremely popular ZBOX line of mini PCs. Under the hood you have an Intel Core i5-6400T processor, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960, 8GB of memory, and a 1TB 2.5“ SATA hard drive. Like all Steam Machine’s the NEN SN970 will ship with SteamOS pre-installed and an official Steam Controller. This will bring gaming into the living room and you’ll have the massive Steam library of games to choose from, which has more games than either of the two major consoles. Let’s get to gaming and see what the NEN SN970 is all about!
We are giving away a cute little Zotac Pulse Wireless Bluetooth Speaker on Instagram! This Bluetooth speaker is perfect for listening to music pretty much anywhere and is small enough you can easily take it with you! All you have to do to enter the contest is “LIKE” the photo on Instagram. It really is that easy! The contest is going from February 1st through February 11th.
Zotac had their entire line of ZBOX mini PCs on display at CES this year. The one that really caught our attention was the new passively cooled C Series unit. Being passively cooled means that there are no fans at all inside the unit. This means that there is going to be no noise at all!
PC’s keep on getting smaller and smaller and at CES 2016 this year Zotac was showing their new PC Stick. This tiny device is based on the Intel Atom x5-Z8300 (quad-core 1.44 GHz, up to 1.84 GHz) and features Intel HD graphics, 2GB of DDR3L-RS memory, and 32GB of eMMC memory.
This year at CES Zotac was showing off two new products that they are currently working on. The first is one that you really wouldn’t expect from Zotac, a VGA water block. The water block is currently in the development stage, but looks very promising.
ZOTAC International, a global innovator and leading manufacturer of graphics cards, original manufacturer of ZBOX Mini PCs, and solid state drives, brings next gen performance in ZBOX Mini PCs by introducing a 6th generation Intel Skylake processor in the ZOTAC ZBOX MI551.
This week on our Weekly Tech Podcast we talk about our review of Zotac’s first solid state drive, the release of Fallout 4, new Intel Broadwell-E news, pre-filled water blocks from EKWB and more!
Zotac is a company we mainly know for their high performance graphics cards and line of ZBOX Mini PC’s. Recently they announced they were getting into the solid state drive market with their Premium Edition solid state drive line. Entering the solid state drive market for Zotac makes more sense than most companies. The solid state drive market can be very profitable, plus it gives them an option for storage with their ZBOX line of mini PCs. Zotac’s Premium solid state drives are powered by the quad-core Phison S10 controller and matched with MLC NAND. Zotac will be initially offering this drive in 120 GB, 240 GB, and 480 GB versions. Today we have the 240 GB version (ZTSSD-A5P-240G-PE) on the review block. Let’s see if Zotac has a winner in their Premium Edition solid state drives!
ZOTAC International, a global innovator and manufacturer of graphics card and ZBOX Mini PCs, makes the case for small form factor gaming with NEN, the most powerful small form Steam Machine. ZOTAC taps into NEN to draw out a truly powerful Steam Machine with minimalism, portability, and an all new design for a new way to game.
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