We somehow missed Cybernet's throwback ZPC-9000 PC-in-a-keyboard when it rolled out last year, but the company's now back for another go 'round, showing off its new ZPC-945SL model at CeBIT this week. Unfortunately, that rather tiny pic at the right courtesy of Tech Digest is all we've seen of it so far, although it does show off at least one the unit's snazzy new paint jobs -- sure to stand out from the previous black and white models. The all-in-one device also looks to have been slimmed down slightly, thanks in part to the choice of a 2.5-inch hard drive as opposed to the 3.5-inch in the ZPC-9000, with the unit now measuring just an inch and a half high. Otherwise, the ZPC's specs only get a modest bump, now topping out with a max 3.4GHz Pentium 4 processor, 2GB of RAM, and your choice of optical drive. Like the ZPC-9000, you'll also get a full complement of ports, including both VGA and DVI, and a generous six USB ports, as well as a Mini-PCI slot for some further expansion. Unfortunately, there's no word on pricing or availability -- nor is there any word of a beige/brown version to really complete that Commodore 64 look, but we can hope.

[Via Wired Gadget Lab]

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