So the dust of Computex 2011 in Taipei has settled, but that does not mean that coverage of said event is done and over with – surely there will be at least a device or two that has slipped past even the most conscientious of reporters out there, and perhaps someone missed out on the Zotac ZBOX mini PC – it could be too common to talk about, but we do love the overall small size of this device. Powered by VIA’s latest dual-core processor, it measures a highly diminutive 12cm x 12cm x 4cm, where it will run on VIA’s low-power Nano X2 that will come in 1.2GHz or 1.6GHz clock speeds.

Apart from that, you will get native 64-bit software support, VIA’s PadLock data encryption engine for added security (since it is compatible with the company’s other processors), an SD memory card reader slot, a couple of USB 3.0 ports to help keep the machine future-proof to a certain extent, HDMI and DisplayPort outputs. 

No word on availability and pricing as at press time, but hopefully it will remain nigh affordable considering the current economic climate we are in.

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