Zotac ZBOX nano CI322 is a new Mini PC packing Intel Celeron J1900 (Bay Trail) processor, WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0 and 2 Gigabit Ethernet. It will be available, as usual in two versions, barebones and Plus. Zotac ZBOX nano CI322 clearly has great specifications for a mini PC but it looks very similar to the rest of the Zotac mini PC offerings.
That said if you remember correctly the ZBOX CI320 nano launched last year has an Intel Celeron N2930 (Bay Trail) and ZBOX CI321 presented at the beginning of 2015 is more powerful with an Intel Celeron chip 2961Y (Haswell).
The Intel Celeron J1900 (Bay Trail) is a quad-core 10 watt with an operating clock speed greater than the dual core Celeron 2961Y processor used in CI321. However Celeron 2961Y has more graphics power. Both are low-cost processors and consumption, so if you are looking for a Mini PC for casual stuff, both are perfect. Celeron 2961Y passmark.
Zotac ZBOX nano CI322 measures 127 x 127 x 45 mm and has ventilation slots which offer passive cooling. It will be available in two versions: barebones and Plus . The first is devoid of RAM, storage and operating system. As expected bears a cheaper price tag. The second one is equipped with 8GB of RAM and 64GB solid state disk and will be more expensive. Both models will be equipped with Display Port and HDMI ports, four USB 3.0, one USB 2.0, audio jack, micro SD card slot and external antenna adjustable.
At the moment, Zotac has not released pricing details or anything about its release date.