Zotac recently released the ZBOX Pro PI339 Pico mini PC, which adopts a fanless passive heat dissipation design and is small enough to be stuffed into a pocket.
PI339 Pico is Zotac’s first passive cooling model with a solid-state drive M.2 2280 slot and Intel Alder Lake-N processor.
Zotac launched the ZBOX Pico PI430AJ earlier this year. Although it is also equipped with an M.2 2280 slot and an Intel Alder Lake-N processor, the PC uses Frore’s AirJet solid-state cooling solution.
The PI339 Pico is a fanless system that is completely passively cooled and includes a metal enclosure with integrated cooling fins to help dissipate heat.
The main unit measures 115 x 76 x 27 mm (4.5″ x 3″ x 1.1″) and comes with an L-shaped mounting plate that allows you to attach the ZBOX Pro PI339 Pico to a wall or to the back of a monitor.
The official price of this product has not yet been announced. A platform called BeyondGeek.net shows that the PC is priced at $389.