A company by the name of Cybernet has just released its newest All-in-One PC Zero Footprint product.
The ZPC-GX31 is a complete PC system inside a keyboard - or a fancy case with a built-in keyboard - depending on which way you look at it, as explained by one of our writers. It comes with an external 180-watt AC PSU and weighs in at almost 4KG / 8.5 lbs (including the PSU), which isn't bad at all.
As you can see from the pictures above, it really is how we described it. Cybernet's latest model supports the latest Intel Core 2 Quad processors, up to 4GB of DDR2 memory, 10/100/1000 Ethernet along with DVI output. It is powered by a heavily modified ITX motherboard based on Intel's G31 Express chipset - yeah, don't expect to squeeze in even the tiniest of graphics cards into this baby. Intel's Graphics Media Accelerator 3100 should do the trick for this job.
It even manages to fit in a full size desktop 7,200 RPM hard drive (powered by SATA II 3Gbps) and one slim type optical drive, the same which notebooks use. As far as I/O goes, the list is quite extensive - four USB 2.0 ports with transfer rate up to 480Mbps, two RS-232 serial ports, one Parallel port supporting SPP/EPP/ECP, one PS/2 mouse port, one POS or PS/2keyboard port and one DVI port.
Read more over at the product website.
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