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| Posted: Mar 9, 2004 3:47 am

- Cybernet Elite-4 Zero-Footprint-PC Keyboard

This here reminisces of the unforgettable Commodore era (well.. to us old fogeys anyway), a black c64 on steroids! What you see below is a keyboard with a "built-in" computer, not just any computer either, it'll take a Pentium 4 up to 2.66GHz. TechZone fire it up for us.

 

Now this has to be one of the coolest products we have ever came across. The Cybernet Zero-Footprint-PC is simply a complete PC inside a normal size keyboard without the bulky box. The entire unit weight in at just 7.5lbs, barely heavier than some laptops. The Elite-4 is Cybernet's latest Zero-Footprint-PC. The unit contains a complete P4 class PC in a standard sized keyboard casing and offers all the functionality of a standard desktop system box without sacrificing desktop space.

 


- Quiet PSU Roundup

The folks at Bit-Tech have gathered up a few high quality PSU's for review with the main focus being on which is quietest. PSU's covered are GlobalWin's GWS SAF520, Zalman's ZM400B-APS, and Tagan's TG480-U01.

 

All three of these PSUs are marketed as "Quiet" or "Silent" and as such it is that aspect I shall be concentrating on. It is worth noting that all of the units in this test are all built to a very high standard and represent some of the best consumer PSUs I have seen.

 


- Articles and Reviews from around the Web

- FrontX Port Extension @ JustFPS
- New competition on VIA Gamers Arena @ VIA-VGA
- Laptop Mouse Showdown: Targus vs Microsoft @ Bjorn3D
- Nyko Air Flo Mouse @ A True Review
- ATI Remote Wonder 2 Multimedia PC Remote Control @ TweakNews
- Eksitdata DAH900 mp3 player @ Red & Blackness Mods
- Asante AeroLAN @ ExtremeReviews

 

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