Cybernet's Zero-footprint PC is Amiga throwback
Sick of the big beige box on the floor? With Cybernet’s Zero-footprint PC, you don’t need one.
Yes, just like the computers we had as kids (notably the Amiga), this one just needs plugging into a screen, with a side-loading drive for your (optical) discs. But that’s where the similarity ends, with the ZPC packing in up to 750GB of storage, 4GB of 667MHz DDR 2 memory and an Intel Core 2 Quad processor.
There’s also 4x USB amongst the glut of connectivity, with wi-fi available for an extra £50. The standalone price is £315.
Cybernet (via The Register)
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