Zotac Magnus EN1060 review

These days, a PC no longer has to be big in order to be powerful. Want the proof? Look no further than Zotac’s ZBox Magnus EN1060.


Inside of its unassuming, desk- and entertainment center-friendly chassis are some serious components, like the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 chip and an Intel Core i5 quad-core processor. In plain speak, it’s got enough gusto to power the latest games, even if they’re funneled through a high-end virtual reality headset, like the Oculus Rift or HTC Vive.

But of course, power costs money – even more so when it’s consolidated into such a small footprint. Zotac’s mini PC will set you back $999 (£980). Here’s the catch: this particular model is a barebones PC that doesn’t include a hard drive, RAM or an operating system. You’ll have to foot the bill for those.

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