Zotac Zone announced: Features 7-inch OLED screen and Ryzen 7 8840U

It will be available for purchase in September

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zotec zone announced

Handheld gaming PCs are gaining more popularity each day, and we are often seeing new devices being introduced.

Speaking of which, Zotac has announced its handheld PC called Zone, so let’s see what it can do.

Zotac Zone has been announced, coming later this year

Recently, ASUS has introduced ROG Ally X which brings various improvements over its predecessor, but if you’re looking for something different, Zotac Zone might be just what you need.

According to The Verge, this device will have a 7-inch 120Hz OLED screen and two-stage adjustable triggers, as well as Hell effect joysticks.

That’s not all, Zone comes with two symmetrical joysticks, with programmable dials around them, as well as two trackpads, and a kickstand. Lastly, it has a Windows Hello camera instead of a fingerprint reader and two USB 4 ports.

Regarding the specs, Zotac Zone runs on AMD Ryzen 7 8840U and LPDDR5X-7500 memory. The battery is 48.5 Wh which is smaller than the ones that its competitors have.

As for availability, this Zone will be available in September for around $800, so don’t miss it. In case you want something from another brand, MSI Claw 8 AI+ was recently announced as well.

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