Zotac ZBOX EI750 Intel Bluetooth Driver (2019)


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Zotac ZBOX EI750 Intel Bluetooth Driver

ZOTAC ZBOX EI (Intel Core iR, USB type A) - Barebone Intel Iris Pro Graphics , Wi-Fi: Yes, Wi-Fi standard: ac, Bluetooth: Yes. Embrace mini-PC gaming with the 4th Gen Intel Core R-series processor and Intel Iris Pro graphics packing ZBOX EI series. The new Intel Iris Pro Armé d'une puce Intel Core iR avec un circuit graphique Iris Pro , ce Test exclusif: ce mini PC Zotac Zbox EI est prêt à jouer en p . Avec du WiFi rapide (ac), du Bluetooth , deux ports Ethernet.


Zotac ZBOX EI750 Intel Bluetooth Driver (2019)

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Zotac ZBOX EI750 Intel Bluetooth Driver

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The Zbox typically offers a good choice of connectivity options and Zotac keeps that trend going with a wide array of inputs and outputs. The back of the box is equipped with an attachment for the bundled wireless antenna, optical audio output, dual Gigabit Ethernet jacks, a pair of USB 3. There's a covered USB 3.

We like the fact that DisplayPort is now featured as standard - making it easy to attach a high-res 4K screen - and while three displays are supported as standard, it's possible to attach four p panels via optional DisplayPort-to-dual-HDMI adapters. It is good to see drivers provided on both CD and USB, but a few other expected accessories are nowhere to be seen. Previous Zbox models Zotac ZBOX EI750 Intel Bluetooth shipped with bundled remote controls and extended IR receivers: Opening-up the EI reveals some of the more pertinent details.

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Taking up the most room is a graphics-card-like cooler that's used to draw air over a CPU-encompassing heatsink and exhaust heat from the top of the chassis. The size of the cooler suggests that it will cope reasonably well with a 65W chip, yet it's the resulting noise that is more of a concern.

During use, we recorded a maximum noise output of 47dB under load. That is too high for our liking, but the real problem is Zotac's over-sensitive fan profile. The acoustic output is never constant and even the smallest fluctuations in use - copying files from USB, for example - are enough to cause rapid changes in fan speed and Zotac ZBOX EI750 Intel Bluetooth variations in noise.

Zotac really needs to smooth-out the automatic fan profile in a future BIOS update, but in the meantime, here's a tip: The familiar backlit ring continues to illuminate the main side panel when powered on note it can be disabled through BIOSthough the colour of the ring has also changed - it's now a Zotac orange as opposed to an Intel blue. Zotac ZBOX EI750 Intel Bluetooth Zbox typically offers a good choice of connectivity options and Zotac keeps that trend going with a wide array of inputs and outputs.

The back of the box is equipped with an attachment for the bundled wireless antenna, optical audio output, dual Gigabit Ethernet jacks, a pair of USB 3.

There's a covered USB 3. We like the fact that DisplayPort is now featured as standard - making it easy to attach a high-res 4K screen - and while three displays are supported as standard, it's possible to attach four p panels via optional DisplayPort-to-dual-HDMI adapters. It is good to see drivers provided on both CD and USB, but a Zotac ZBOX EI750 Intel Bluetooth other expected accessories are nowhere to be seen.

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Previous Zbox models have Zotac ZBOX EI750 Intel Bluetooth with bundled remote controls and extended IR receivers: Opening-up the EI reveals some of the more pertinent details. Taking up the most room is a graphics-card-like cooler that's used to draw air over a CPU-encompassing heatsink and exhaust heat from the top of the chassis.

The size of the cooler suggests that it will cope reasonably well with a 65W chip, yet it's the resulting noise that is more of a concern. During use, we recorded a maximum noise output of 47dB under load. That is too high for our liking, but the real problem is Zotac's over-sensitive fan profile. The acoustic output is never constant and even the smallest fluctuations in use - copying files from USB, for example - are enough to cause rapid changes Zotac ZBOX EI750 Intel Bluetooth fan speed and obvious variations in noise.

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