Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Keyboard with PC inside: Cybernet ZPC-D5-C64 clone with modern facilities

The ZPC-D5 is a descendant from the 1980s with the latest technology on board. The components come from the netbook field. It has an Intel processor "Atom" series is back (clock frequency: two 1.8 GHz), two and a 250-gigabyte hard drive for your data, programs & Co. via WLAN (for n standard) to build a wireless Internet connection on.

Thanks to a DVD burner, four USB 2.0 ports, card reader and audio ports, you do not miss important standard that you're used to from the desktop PC. Compared to the ZPC-D5 is a lack of a separate display. The device is therefore only available when connected to a display device. There is one each HDMI and VGA connector; the parallel operation of two monitors is possible.

Cybernet used for image reconstruction of an Intel chip-type GMA 3150th With around 1.3 kilograms, the ZPC-D5 for the lap is not necessarily a lightweight. Use the PC keyboard the desk and the weight ensures a firm footing for comparison, the (3G version) takes just under half of the scale (613 grams), a 15.6-inch notebook weighs in section 2, 5 to three kilograms and an average netbook something about a kilogram.

The device measures 43x17, 2x4 inches.

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