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Cybernet builds PC in keyboard

Posted on Saturday, March 29 2008 @ 02:17:22 CET by


Cybernet released a computer that's housed inside a keyboard. Their ZPC-GX31 All-In-One PC looks pretty decent, it sports Intel Core 2 Duo and Quad processors, 4GB of DDR2 memory and has room for one Serial ATA II HDD (up to 750GB). Other features include a two-button touchpad, one Gigabit Ethernet port, Realtek AC'97 audio, integrated speakers, four USB 2.0 ports, two RS-232 serial ports, a parallel port, a PS/2 mouse and keyboard port and one DVI port.

There's one mini PCI Express and one mini PCI expansion slot and the enclosure also has enough room for a slim-type optical drive. It's not really suitable for gamers though as the graphics are provided by the Intel G31 Express chipset's GMA3100 IGP.

The system measures 18.5" x 9.0" x 0.5" (2.5" at the rear) and together with its 180W AC power adapter it weighs 8.5lbs (3.9kg).
This new generation All-in-One PC in a keyboard not only takes up far less desktop space, but also puts an Intel Core 2 Quad CPU with all its features and performance at your fingertips. The new ZPC-GX31 is a true innovation packing so much power, performance and compatibility inside a normal size keyboard. With features such as Dual Display capabilities, 4GB of DDR2/667MHz RAM, 1 Gigabit LAN and DVI interface you now have a complete personal computer that takes up no more space than a typical keyboard. Simply place it on your desktop, plug in a monitor and you are done!


More info and the ordering page can be found over here. The base configuration is available for as low as $699.


 






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Re: Cybernet builds PC in keyboard
by Anonymous on Sunday, March 30 2008 @ 05:49:19 CEST
4 whole MB of RAM!

What, are we in the FUTURE or something?!



  • Reply by Anonymous on Sunday, March 30 2008 @ 05:50:38 CEST

    i lol'd


  • Reply by Anonymous on Sunday, March 30 2008 @ 05:55:44 CEST

    I would hope it's a typo.


  • Reply by Anonymous on Sunday, March 30 2008 @ 06:00:16 CEST

    Pretty shure they mean 4GB cus those ram sticks are 2GB sticks.


  • Reply by Anonymous on Sunday, March 30 2008 @ 06:32:10 CEST

    Yes I now the ram it's so god damn amazing!


Re: Cybernet builds PC in keyboard
by Anonymous on Sunday, March 30 2008 @ 06:51:44 CEST
Nice idea...extreme space saver, easy to make it mobile. Couple it with a small LCD monitor and it's simple to just pick up and go. Only drawback I see is that in the time I own a machine, I go through 2 or 3 keyboards.



  • Reply by Anonymous on Sunday, March 30 2008 @ 07:06:59 CEST

    And you could call it a laptop!!!!!!!


Re: Cybernet builds PC in keyboard
by Anonymous on Sunday, March 30 2008 @ 07:07:09 CEST
wow. cybernet builds laptop without screen. cool



Re: Cybernet builds PC in keyboard
by Anonymous on Sunday, March 30 2008 @ 07:11:27 CEST
Do you even know anything about computers? Why are you writing an article on something you have absolutely no idea of? 4mb of DDR2 ram? funny.... and 1gb lan?



Re: Cybernet builds PC in keyboard
by Anonymous on Sunday, March 30 2008 @ 07:15:01 CEST
Aside from the typo (I'm assuming) of the 4mb ram, this is rather retro. It's like a Commodore 64/VIC 20 etc. from the mid 80s. Only a lot more powerful. it's quite cool.



Re: Cybernet builds PC in keyboard
by Anonymous on Sunday, March 30 2008 @ 07:18:46 CEST
If you guys would RTFA, you would see it supports up to 4GB of DDR2 667.

For under 1k you can have a very nice PC for workstation use, and all it takes up is a large footprint of a keyboard.

I wonder how well Ubuntu would run on it...



Re: Cybernet builds PC in keyboard
by Anonymous on Sunday, March 30 2008 @ 08:14:46 CEST
I have something like this. The screen on my laptop broke, so I just took it off and hooked the rest of it up to a monitor! I think its funny how people think this is cool when I point it out to them, but think nothing of a laptop...



The design is sooo 80's
by Anonymous on Sunday, March 30 2008 @ 11:02:16 CEST
It looks like an old Commodore or Atari
Next time, take a look on how Apple design compact computers...



Re: Cybernet builds PC in keyboard
by Anonymous on Sunday, March 30 2008 @ 12:26:25 CEST
Add an LCD screen and a battery and you have a laptop PC. Save your money and put your CPU under the desk like everyone else.



 

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