ZOTAC teases their ZONE gaming handheld

Zotac’s set to reveal a new PC gaming handheld at Computex 2024

Zotac have started to tease a new PC gaming handheld called the Zone. The device appears to be a Windows-powered gaming handheld like the ASUS ROG Ally or MSI Claw. Currently, the full specifications of this device are unknown, but we can expect to hear more about the device soon.

While it is unknown if this device is AMD or Intel-powered, we do know that the device will feature a 7-inch multi-touch high refresh rate display. Additionally, the device will have 2-stage adjustable triggers.

Below is what Zotac’s CEO, Tony Wong, had to say about their new handheld.

Ever since the establishment of the ZOTAC GAMING brand, we have strived to provide an unmatched gaming experience for enthusiasts worldwide,

We have made considerable efforts to raise the bar with our debut handheld, tailor-made with competitive features for all gamers

(Zotac’s Zone Handheld teaser)

At Computex, Zotac plans to showcase “functional prototypes” of their gaming handheld. This suggests that they are not ready to launch their Zone handheld. Maybe Zotac are waiting for new gaming silicon from AMD or Intel, or they have plans to refine their handheld design based on feedback from Computex. Intel plans to launch their new “Lunar Lake” series of processors at Computex. This processor should deliver a 50% boost in GPU performance over its predecessor. That would be great for a new PC gaming handheld like the Zotac Zone.

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