ZOTAC Unveils the Future at CeBit 2015 in Hannover

HONG KONG – March 16, 2015ZOTAC International, a leading innovator and manufacturer of graphic cards and mini-PCs, today showcases the future at the CeBit 2015 in Hannover, Germany from March 16 to 20.We have taken great strides to cover much ground in both personal and business solutions. A new ZBOX lineup and enhanced versions of Maxwell graphic cards will be making their debut in the Industry Business lounge at the Hannover Exhibition Grounds.

ZOTAC Unveils the Future at CeBit 2015 in Hannover

“ZOTAC is more dedicated than ever to innovating technology that will shape the future. Technology continues to impact our daily lives, and our showcase here in Hannover represents our efforts to make technology more environmentally friendly and accessible to everyone. We have worked to lower carbon footprint while retaining functionality and performance that users expect from us,” reveals Tony Wong, CEO, ZOTAC International

Industrial Solutions in Small Form

Successors to highly popular industrial display ready mini-PCs will be on display, and spearheading the appearance is the highly versatile EN860. With discrete graphics and top-of-the-line specifications, this small unit is capable of smoothly handling gaming, graphics design, and calculation-intensive software.

At the other end of the spectrum, the silent, fanless CI321 nano will also make an appearance. Operating in complete silence, the CI321 delivers computing and entertainment without the distraction of noise while adding more impactful features. Along with the silent unit are the refreshed M-series lineup which includes MI530 that boasts a native 4K output, the MI541 and MA710 nano for those who prefer power in a small form factor. Whether the preference is multiple display or an efficient office unit, the M-series have the right specifications for users.

Enhancing the Reference Card

Also on display are the enhanced versions of the GTX900 series graphic cards. Adding on to the power-saving advantages of the Maxwell architecture, we have dedicated to both improving gaming performance and cooling capacity of the cards.

Boosting the performance of the GTX960 is one of the few things that was looked into. Doubling the memory and taking the VRAM up to 4GB is the best way to enhance textures and performance on this Maxwell card. We have gone minimalist with one of our designs to give the card a simple yet functional design without compromising performance. The single fan version of the GTX960 will also make its debut for users who prefer small form computing.

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Source: Official Website