Computex 2024: Zotac Zone gaming handheld features a 7-inch AMOLED screen

And, an AMD Ryzen 7 8840U processor

In recent months, the gaming industry has witnessed a surge in the launch of handheld gaming consoles, we've seen the likes of Asus ROG Ally, OneXPlayer X1, and the recently unveiled MSI Claw 8 AI Plus vying for gamers' attention. Now, Zotac is throwing its hat into the ring with the announcement of its debut Zone handheld console at Computex 2024. The device is expected to be officially released in September 2024.

The Zotac Zone features a 7-inch 1080p AMOLED display with 120Hz display refresh rate and 800 nits of peak brightness. The handheld gaming device is equipped with 16GB of LPDDR5X memory and an M.2 2280 slot that supports 512GB of fast PCIe 4.0 x4 SSD storage. It is powered by the AMD Ryzen 7 8840U processor, paired with the Radeon 780M core graphics. The official thermal design power (TDP) has not been disclosed, but it is speculated that the default TDP will be 15W, with a maximum TDP of 28W. 

The handheld gaming device operates on the Windows 11 Home Edition platform and has a 48.5Wh lithium-ion battery. Other features on Zotac Zone include a pair of touchpads placed beneath the analouge sticks, radial dials surrounding the sticks and adjustable triggers equipped with hall sensors. The front-facing IR webcam supports Windows Hello facial recognition and the handheld also features a built-in kickstand and two rear buttons.