Zotac’s latest Windows 11 desktop PC fits in your pocket


PC maker Zotac unveiled a new pocket-sized desktop PC this week using Computex 2022, and I’m not talking about pricing.

that much Zbox PI336 Pico(Opens in a new window) It’s a small, passively cooled Windows 11 PC. Measuring just 4.6 x 3 x 0.8 inches, it will fit easily in your shirt or jeans pocket. The PI336 ships pre-installed with Windows 11 Pro, is powered by an Intel Celeron N6211 dual-core processor with UHD graphics (running at 1.2 GHz and boosted to 3 GHz), paired with 4 GB of LPDDR4x RAM.

Storage comes in the form of a 128GB eMMC drive, with Wi-Fi 6E, Gigabit Ethernet, Bluetooth 5.2, three USB 3.1 Gen2 ports including one Type-C port, a headphone/microphone combo jack, and a Micro SDHC card reader.

The Zotac won’t break performance records and it’ll get quite hot under consistently heavy workloads, but Zotac says the PI336 can cope with dual display setups with the included HDMI 2.0 and DisplayPort 1.4 ports supporting resolutions up to 2160p. .

If you don’t want to carry this little PC with you, the Zotac includes a mounting bracket and screws on the back of the monitor. Zotac also includes a USB flash drive for OS recovery. This drive is a refreshing accessory that comes standard. Potential owners will also be delighted to hear that the AC adapter is brick-free and just a slightly bulkier wall plug.

Zotac hasn’t revealed a price or release date for this little PC, but for reference, the previous model Zbox PI335 Pico running Windows 10 Pro was priced at $229.99. The price of the PI336 is expected to go up a bit more due to the electronics makers who are expected to raise their prices by more than 20% in the near future. You wouldn’t be surprised to see Zotac launch the PI336 for $279.99.

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