At a glance you may be confused and think that this is some new smartphone - but this is actually thePC The newest and most compact of the popular maker of Macao
The large annual Computex exhibition provided us with a large amount of interesting products from Zotac's diverse business, one of the smallest but largest of which was the PC that seasoned P1225 - and challenged a venture on Compute Stick's Intel In a slightly different design approach.
The tiny computer has very basic hardware consisting of a Celeron N3350 dual-core processor from the latest Apollo Lake cores Intel With 14 nanometer architecture, including passive cooling for 6 Watts thermal envelope, 3 GB LPDR4 memory, built-in 32 GB built-in eMMC chip and expandable via SD or microSD card and system compatibility Windows 10 (also in the 64 bit version), for distributions Linux Or ChromeOS, depending on the user's selection.
Instead of a chubby, drive-like body storage External USB, Zotac chose a thinner and wider body that resembles the dimensions of such a smart device, enabling it to enjoy a wider range of Gigabit Ethernet for fast wired network connectivity, power supply, 802.11ac wireless Wi-Fi connectivity, Bluetooth 4.2 connectivity and also a pair of connectors USB Type-C (USB 3.0 standard for maximum speeds of 5 gigabits per second) that will transfer information and video from the device to other devices connected to it - all on a small, formative device storage Of 2.5 and just slightly larger than Rapsberry Pi 3.
We do not yet know when exactly the P1225 will be officially launched or how much it will cost (we definitely hold fingers for a price tag of about $ 100, which would be compatible with the Compute Stick models of the past), and we are also a little disappointed to see use of the model only -Celeron N3350 The most basic Intel has to offer instead of slightly more powerful versions with the Celeron N3450 and Pentium N4200 from the core - but for us it is still an interesting and refreshing offer for those who dream about PC Real that you can take in your pocket right anywhere, which may be a bit more efficient and effective than those based on the Bay Trail chips and the Cherry Trail that we met earlier.