The Asus Zen AiO is an iMac on steroids running Windows

12:31:00 AM Dickwyn Y 0 Comments

Many has been through the road of duplicating what Apple is doing with their products but not everyone makes it. With Asus's new Zen AiO PC, i think they've actually managed to make an even better iMac. The two Zen AiO versions: Z220IC and Z210IC are basically identical in terms of design, it's just one has a 21.5" display and the other has a 23.8" display.

The unnamed intel processors powering the Zen AiO can be configured up to an i7 processor and RAM can be configured into 32GB. Graphics wide, presumably both models will have discrete graphics powered by the Nvidia GTX 960M with 4GB of video memory. Asus also went the distance by including options to configure the Zen AiO with PCIe SSDs for blazing fast performance

Design wise, the Zen AiO takes a lot of chapters from Apple's new iMac and it also has a 6mm thin tapered edge to create that super thin look from the sides. Asus did change it up a bit by adding their Zen circle design on the from and there'll also be a gold color option which just looks so good. All the ports are located on the back of the display.

This is still a computer and there is the usual selection of ports from the motherboard but wait, this is no ordinary computer as it features USB 3.1 gen 2 ports with the USB Type-A connector and there's also a USB Type-C connector on the back. Another major surprise is the inclusion a the Intel RealSense 3D camera on the 23.8" Asus Zen AiO.

Asus didn't disclose any pricing nor availability for this PC and it'll likely be coming alongside the new Intel Skylake launch and also Windows 10 too.