CeBIT 2007: Is that a PC in your keyboard, or are you just pleased to see me?
Commodore may be back with a range of gaming PCs, but Cybernet is offering a PC that looks more like its early Amiga.
The All-in-One PC in a Keyboard squeezes a full computer beneath the Qwerty layout. The ZPC-945SL is just an inch and a half tall, but has room for an Intel Pentium 4 up to 3.4GHz, maximum 2GB RAM, a 2.5in IDE hard drive, optical drive and even built in speakers.
You’ll find the standard array of ports round the back, including six USB, VGA, DVI and gigabit LAN. There’s even room for expansion from the Mini-PCI slot too.
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Who will need a p4 3.4ghz when you can use a cooler and faster core2duo? >_>