Pano selling what appears to be an empty box – the Pano Zero Client cloud computer

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It’s not often we can feature a photograph of a computer at very nearly life size here on the main page, but the Pano Zero Client has helped fulfil that minor ambition.

It’s a tiny little computer designed entirely around streaming “cloud” apps via the internet or from an internal network, hence its small size – there’s nothing in it apart from the bits the Ethernet, VGA and USB ports plug into. It only uses 5 Watts, so it’ll be fine to leave it on doing whatever it is that it does all night.

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According to Pano, the Zero Client has “no CPU, no memory, no operating system, and no software, so it requires zero maintenance and has no security risks” – no security risks thanks to it being an empty plastic case? They’re not fooling us.

(Via Dvice)

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Gary Cutlack