Zotac unveiled a new line of ZBOX mini-desktop computers with Intel Haswell processors recently. But it looks like the company has quietly introduced a model that didn’t make the original press release.

The Zotac ZBOX Nano ID67 is now available for purchase from a few retailers for around $324 and up.

Zotac ZBOX

This little computer features an Intel Core i3-4010U Haswell dual-core processor, integrated WiFi, Bluetooth, and Gigabit Ethernet.

Zotac sells the ZBOX ID67 in two versions. There’s a barebones model that has no memory or storage, and a Plus model that has 4GB of RAM and a 500GB hard drive. Both models ship without an operating system.

Provantage seems to have the best price, at $323.80 for the barebones model. Amazon is taking orders for the ID67-Plus, but the retailer is charging a heftier $495 for that model and $414 for the barebones version.

via MiniMachines

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5 replies on “Zotac launches ZBOX Nano ID67 mini PC with Intel Core i3 Haswell”

  1. Anyone know of any micro-PC boxes that are matte black? Emphasis on the matte part.

    1. I’ve even searched for matte coating / paint a little, with no luck.

  2. I think the price is reasonable. I like the idea of it not having an operating system which allows the consumer to be able to install whatever operating system one wants without having to buy one that one would not use.

  3. So they couldn´t fit the CPU in their smaller case, or is it a heat issue.

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