Zotac Zbox PI336 Pico: Small form factor PC unveiled with a Celeron N6211 processor, Windows 11 and dual 4K monitor support ↺
Zotac has unveiled a new ultra-portable small-form-factor PC at Computex 2022. The company claims that the Zbox PI336 Pico (a successor to the Zbox PI335) is one of the world's smallest fully-functional desktop PC. It very well could be given that it measures just 115 mm x 76 mm x 20.7 mm (4.53 in x 2.99 in x 0.81 in). One can easily mount it behind any monitor with the included VESA mount. Zotac will announce the Zbox PI336's price and availability at a later date.
The Zotac Zbox PI336 Pico uses a low-power Intel Celeron N6211 processor. It is a two-core, two-thread Elkhart Lake processor with a TDP of 6.5 Watts and base/boost clocks of 1.5/3 GHz. An Intel UHD iGPU handles graphics, which can output a 4K 60 FPS signal to two screens via the included HDMI 2.0 and DP 1.4 ports. This functionality makes the Zbox PI336 Pico an ideal multimedia machine, especially in an environment with limited space.
Wired connectivity options on the Zotac Zbox PI336 Pico are a tad limited due to its small size. They include two USB 3.1 Type-A ports, one USB 3.1 Type-C port, one RJ45 Ethernet jack and a 3.5mm combo audio jack. Wi-Fi 6E and Bluetooth 5.2 are also supported. The mini-PC comes with Windows 11 out of the box, along with 4 GB of 3,200 MT/s DDR4 soldered RAM and 128 GB of eMMC storage. One can expand the latter via the included SD card reader.