Aside from its international headquarters in Macau, it also has three offices overseas in Korea, the United States, and Germany.
A ZOTAC ZBOX Mini PC.
ZOTAC was established in 2006 under the umbrella company of PC Partner. Its name was derived from the words "zone" and "tact". A year later, ZOTAC created its first ever video card, the ZOTAC GeForce 7300 GT.
In 2008, ZOTAC became the first hardware company to ship video cards with a factory overclock. It also created the first Mini PC, called the MAG ND01. The MAG ND01 officially debuted in 2009. It featured 2GB of DDR2 memory, an Intel Atom 230 or 330 depending on the model, and a 160GB HDD.
In 2016, The MAGNUS EN980 debuted at Computex Taipei. It was the first ever Mini PC that was considered "VR ready" by Nvidia, and it featured a Nvidia GTX 980 and an i5 Processor. Also launched is the smallest Mini PC line-up, P Series, and ZOTAC VR GO.