Zotac has showcased its first ever tower-type custom gaming PC here at Computex 2017. Dubbed the Mek, Zotac’s new custom gaming PC is rather impressive. It comes it an impressively small chassis and is packed with powerful components as well.
When it comes to design, the chassis Zotac Mek gaming PC is beautifully designed. It’s as tall as a standard mid-tower ATX PC case, but the Mek isn’t as “fat.” Inside this slim gaming PC is where one would find powerful components like an Intel Core i7 processor, a low-profile 450W PSU, 16GB RAM, 240GB of M.2 NVMe SSD, and of course, a GTX 1080 Mini graphics card.
Being packed with these powerful components in a relatively compact PC case means that the Zotac Mek gaming PC is actually is perfect replacement one’s living room console – but it does cost significantly more. That aside, the Zotac Mek gaming PC also comes with LED-lit areas, which span from the front panel of the PC case to the top.
Unfortunately, Zotac made no mention of the local pricing and date of availability of its Mek gaming PC. Despite this, we do expect it to come with a rather hefty price tag.