We have a special guest joining us on the TR Podcast live stream this evening: Jacky from Zotac, who heads up product design for the Zbox series of mini-PCs and barebones systems.
I've known Jacky for years and have always enjoyed talking with him about his inventive creations. He loves what he does and exudes enthusiasm for it. Tonight, Jacky will be introducing us to the Magnus EN970 and talking about the challenge of squeezing that sort of powerful hardware into a small space. We should also have time for some questions from the viewers, so come join the Twitch chat live or post your questions in the comments below.
We'll be live-streaming the TR Podcast at the usual time, 6:30 PM PT/9:30 PM ET, and talking to Jackie for the first part of the show. After that, I understand a few other things happened this week that we might want to discuss. Plan to join us!
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