The ZPC-GX31 saves you desktop space by putting an Intel Core Duo PC with a CDRW/DVD drive and a card reader inside a “normal size keyboard”.
This new generation All-in-One PC in a keyboard not only takes up far less desktop space, but also puts an Intel® Core™ 2 Quad CPU with all its features and performance at your fingertips. The new ZPC-GX31™ is a true innovation packing so much power, performance and compatibility inside a normal size keyboard.
With features such as Dual Display capabilities, 4GB of DDR2/667MHz RAM, 1Gb LAN and DVI interface you now have a complete personal computer that takes up no more space than a typical keyboard. Simply place it on your desktop, plug in a monitor and you are done!
You can customize the ZPC-GX31 All-in-One PC to fit your needs, making the price range anywhere from $629 to $1099.
(Via Chip Chick)
I think you guys mean 4GB of Ram.
Reminds me of the Amiga 500 I used to have. Fond memories!
This looks like my old Commodore 64. Does this still take the Fastload cartridge?
back to the roots!!!
so close to the C64 and Amiga.
HAIL COMMODORE! Action Replay!!!
What do you need that for?
@ Kenny: I’m sure that’s what they mean.
Thanks for all your comments!
keyboard with built in pc…hmmm…that sounds like a laptop! except..a laptop comes with a screen!
Yes, that sounds very much like describing a laptop. 🙂
Thanks for stopping by Anon!
Very useful for home users…
I be a crazy coz this site gave me what i search for? Thanks
Wtf is a “Core duo” Processor…. :-X
I wonder how warm the keyboard gets…
Nice computer, way to save space. I hope that they release a barebone version!
Yeah you did mean 4GB right?
That’s a great spec, think you could get specially designed duel flat-screens for it to? You know like make it close up like a laptop =]
That’s correct David. Sorry about the typo, I’ve updated the post now.
Thanks for pointing it out!
Sorry but there is nothing new about a computer in a keyboard. The Amiga 1200 was built this way 20 years ago.
Wow! A laptop without a display!
Wouldn’t want to spill my coffee on that!!!
True, like I did on my brand new MacBook Pro not long ago. 🙂
what happens when the keyboard wears out, as mine do every couple of years ?
Good question KC, it’s the same thing with my keyboards.
I have a laptop. The advantage of this keyboard is that you can use a larger screen. Other than that, I stay with my laptop.
We used to use these. They work great, except the FAN NOISE IS AWFUL
CYBERNETS ARE THE WORST PCs EVER!!
I worked for a company that use Cybernet PCs in the product configuration. In the first year we placed 120 systems. 85% came back withing the first 60 days. Usually for power supply problems or bad hard drives. Cybernet ackowledged the problem, but never took steps to fix it.
HI THERE YOU ARE RIGHT BUT CYBERNETS IS NOT THE ONLY ONE WITH A COMPUTERIZED KEYBOARD YOU NOW HAVE EEE KEYBOARD COMING OUT VERY SOON NOW AND YOU HAVE A 5.5 INCH TOUCH SCREEN AND A TV RECIVER SOO YOU CAN DISSPLAY LIVE TV OR HIGH DEFINITION VIDEO TOO YOU BIG TV UP TO 15.5 FEET WIRELESS YOU CAN GOOGLE EEE KEYBOARD AND CHEEK IT OUT YOU MAY LIKE IT BETTER AND EEE KEYBOARD HAS A 16 GB SSD WITH A 32 GB SSD OPTION
isn’t that just a chunky, powerful laptop with no screen?
heck! it even has a trackpad 🙂
Oh wow, the ZPC-GX31 All-in-One PC even has 4 USB ports. Some of which could even be utilized with flash drives.
Whole computer in a keyboard? Where’s the display?
Still cool though.
The hospital I work for has ordered couple hundred of this ZPC-GX31. So far so go. The keyboard can be replaced in case it wears out. All the nurses love this computer.
Emmm… anyine else realise that a keyboard with a built in PC is just a laptop?… correct me if i’m wrong!
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I’m sure that thing will have some issues due to inadequate airflow… but then again, so do laptops and all-in-ones!
Ultimately, that basically looks like a laptop keyboard without the monitor. Kind of cool… kind of unecessary, too.
By the time you add an modern large monitor, you have an iMac or other all-in-one with an oversized keyboard.
My all-in-one (iMac) has no airflow problems. You must be talking about cheap, poorly-engineered imitations.
AKA an Amiga