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Equipped with the latest Intel 6th generation hardware at 1 lb, the Zini reigns as our most compact and flexible Linux computer ever that fits in the palm of your hand!
With improved graphics, performance and features, the Zini 1660 makes for a great mini-desktop, media center, portable gaming device, etc...
With an infinite amount of uses in a stylish and compact package, the Zini 1660 impresses no matter where you decide to showcase (or hide) it.
Please check out liliputing's review of our previous Zini 1550 here!
*Expect our list of currently compatible Linux distros to grow as support for new 6th generation Intel hardware grows.
If you're interested in our previous Zini that's compatible with a wider range of distros, you can purchase it here.
- Intel 6th generation Ultra Low Voltage processor (Skylake)
- Integrated Intel HD graphics and audio
- Intel AC Wireless Dual-Band (2.4/5GHz)
- High-Definition Video and Audio through mini-HDMI/Displayport
- VESA-compliant; installs on the back of most monitors with included bracket
- Silent Fan
- Optional 'Zini+' model for a half inch taller unit that supports an additional 2.5" storage drive. Select under 'Processor'
- 2x USB 3.0 port (1x for charging)
- 3.5mm Audio Jack
- 2x USB 3.0 ports
- HDMI Video/Audio port (dual-display capable with mini-Displayport)
- Gigabit Ethernet port
- SDXC Card Reader
- Kensington Security Lock Slot
- Your choice of a variety of Open Source operating systems
- Dimensions Zini 1660: 4.5" x 4.3" x 1.3"
- Dimensions Zini+ 1660: 4.5" x 4.3" x 1.9"
- Weight Zini 1660: 1 lb
- Weight Zini+ 1660: 1.3 lb
Author: Aaron Thomas
We just bought four of the zini+ i7's with an ssd and platter drive, and 16 gb ram as loaners for visiting clients. These computers are better than many of our tower desktops. Fantastic. I'm in love with having these little boxes mounted on a monitor or sitting on a desk and computing away. It's a perfect little machine for desktop computing; if you're looking for a desktop computer, look at the zini first. If you think you'll need more graphics options or several disks then perhaps move on to towers, but for most computing these little boxes are just great!