Zotac offers a few tiny desktop computers with discrete graphics, including the recently unveiled Zotac ZBOX EN860 with a Core i5 Haswell CPU and NVIDIA GeForce GTX 860M graphics.

But if you’re looking for something a bit more affordable, this month the company also introduced the ZBOX MN321. This model has a Celeron CPU and GeForce GT 720 graphics.

zbox mn321The system features an Intel Celeron N2957U Haswell processor, four USB 3.0 ports, two USB 2.0 ports, HDMI and DVI ports, and support for up to 16GB of RAM.

Zotac will ship the system without an operating system and there will be two models: the ZBOX MN321 lacks storage or memory, while the ZBOX MN321 Plus comes with 4GB of RAM and a 500GB hard drive.

While NVIDIA’S GeForce GT 720 graphics won’t necessarily be enough to let you play bleeding edge games on this system, the computer should offer better graphics and video performance than you’d normally expect from a system with a low-power Celeron processor designed for notebooks.

via Geeky Gadgets and MiniMachines

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7 replies on “Zotac ZBOX MN321 mini PC packs NVIDIA graphics”

  1. I don’t like computers for the desktop with laptop components. What is the point? Easy enough to get/make a very small computer with proper desktop components, without the drawbacks of a small, hot running plastic box that can’t be upgraded.

    1. Most likely active, especially the model with the 860m. Too little volume for a passive cooling system.

  2. There is a typo in the article, the CPU is the Celeron 2957U.

    Googleing N257U brings up this very article as the sole google result in all the Net, so while this makes the article quite unique, i fear it doesn’t make it more likely to be stumpled upon. 😉

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