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alaScore 90

56 reviews

Jun, 2019

alaTest has collected and analyzed 56 reviews of Zotac ZBOX PI320 PICO. The average rating for this product is 4.3/5, compared to an average rating of 4.2/5 for other Desktops for all reviews. People are impressed by the reliability and design. The price and usability are also mentioned favorably.

size, usability, price, design, reliability

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Desktops the Zotac ZBOX PI320 PICO is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 90/100 = Excellent quality.

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Consumer review ( review summary for Zotac ZBOX PI320 PICO


alaTest has collected and analyzed 12 user reviews of Zotac ZBOX PI320 PICO from The average user rating for this product is 4.4/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.0/5 for other Desktops on Reviewers really like the reliability. The price also gets good feedback, but there are some negative opinions about the usability.

design, price, reliability


92% of the reviews on give this product a positive rating.

Jun, 2019

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Zotac ZBox Pico PI320 review


The ZBox Pico PI320 is a tiny mini-PC but its performance is comparable to many Windows 8.1 tablets

At just £80 the

Expert review by : Brian Westover (

Zotac Zbox Pico PI320


The Zotac Zbox Pico PI320 is one of the tiniest small-form-factor computers we've seen. This pocket-size PC easy on the wallet, but performance limitations are part of the bargain.

Affordable price. Small enough to fit into your pocket. Full port selection for its size. Windows 8.1 with Bing is preinstalled. Includes mounting bracket and power supply with plug adapters.

Only 32GB of onboard storage. 32-bit version of Windows. Low-powered processor.

Conclusion Instead of packing a powerful desktop into a tiny chassis, the Zotac Zbox Pico PI320 is built to provide basic PC capabilities anywhere. Like the Intel Compute Stick, it's more about stretching the boundaries of what can be considered a PC,...

Jul, 2015

Expert review by : Trace Hagan (

ZOTAC ZBOX PI320 Budget SFF Desktop PC Review


The PI320 from ZOTAC measures in at about the same size as a pack of cigarettes, so portability is covered. But how does it perform? Trace investigates.

Dec, 2014

Expert review by : Stuart Davidson (

Zbox Pico Review PI320


A few years ago Zotac launched their Zbox range of systems, designed to pack as much performance into a compact chassis as possible. Overall they have been fairly successful in their goals and recently branched out into some more stylish casing with...

Back at CES a few years ago we first saw NVIDIA demo a compact system which was palm sized and capable of running a full desktop OS. That reference design was very cool and really showed what was possible with the latest generation of components. Since...

Oct, 2014

Expert review by : John Burek (

Zotac Zbox Pico PI320 Review and Ratings


Zotac's amazingly small Win 8.1 micro-PC hits a very low $199 price point for a complete desktop PC, of sorts. It's a decent value as a hideable home theater PC (used with Plex or XBMC) or a basic workstation to use with an existing monitor.

Exceptionally small and port-packed micro-PC ; Comes complete with Windows 8.1, storage, and memory for $199

USB ports 2.0 only ; No audio input ; Ran hot at times ; Limited wireless range

As you can see from our performance summary on the previous page, the Pico PI320 performs at the level of a low-end Windows tablet or laptop/tablet hybrid. That said, for $199 and given its size, we couldn’t expect much more, given the current state of...

Oct, 2014

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Zotac ZBOX Pico PI320 Review: This Could Be the Future of Budget PCs


Unbelievably small size Looks good Lots of ports and connectivity Windows 8.1 license included

Tends to get hot in use Not upgradeable or user-serviceable at all

There is no shortage of use case scenarios for a PC as tiny and quiet as the ZBOX Pico. It can be a HD playback machine for your TV; a simple workhorse for homes, schools and offices; an emergency standby system; or even a platform for hobbyists and...

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Incredibly responsive for such a small system


Overall I would recommend this to anyone looking for a basic needs PC.

Excellent speed and performance for the price. This is a great media PC / internet PC.

Updates take quite a while since it's shipping with pretty much the original version of Windows 10. Prepare for atleast 2-4 hours in updates.

May, 2016

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Great deal


I would definitely recommend. I paid $149 and couldn't have asked for anything more. It runs my girlfriends Itunes, need I say more.

Windows 10 came with a backup/recovery disk size and mounting bracket has all the ports needed

It is a little laggy loading pages, but other than that it is great

Jan, 2016

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surprisingly keen


I'm a jaded IT pro, so I wasn't expecting to be wowed, but I think this little booger is pretty neat. It's a perfect little media PC that doesn't give me any guff and is easy to hide to avoid clutter. Fanless and runs very warm, so we'll see how long...

Tiny. Fast enough for most normal end-user stuff. Nice mounting bracket. Plenty of USB ports. Built-in wireless adaptor and LAN port. 2 year warranty.

LAN port is only 100Mb. A bit light on memory. 32 bit operating system (even though the processor is 64-bit). Slow storage, which can make big updates painful.

Jan, 2016

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Amazing little box


If you don't need a CD/DVD tray, this Zotac makes an amazingly tiny and inexpensive alternative to an old-fashioned desktop PC with it's no antiquated ATX tower case. Zotac includes a Windows 10 full recovery DVD but if someone at Zotac had been using...

Fastest tiny PC I've tested. Having tested the Asus Mini PC with a dual core CPU on the same day, I found that the quad core in the Zotac is MUCH more responsive. The Zotac also contains a Samsung 32GB M-SATA SSD vs. an off brand in the Asus which may...

Zotac case gets warm during use, but not hot enough to be a major concern. Does not include a VGA monitor connection (in case you need one).

Dec, 2015