JackPC, the in-wall thin-client

Ryan Block
R. Block|10.31.05

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Ryan Block
October 31st, 2005
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It's probably not going to do you a whole load of good around the house, but a company by the name of Chip PC's apparently working on a very small AMD Alchemy-based in-wall thin-client PC device that runs Windows CE called the JackPC. The specs aren't too terribly important since all the real computing is done on the server end (ok, fine, it's got a 333 or 500MHz CPU, 64 or 128MB of RAM, DVI out, 4 USB 2.0 ports, and power over Ethernet support), but we're definitely curious to see if they'll actually get these out the door for $300 a pop within three weeks like they're claiming.

[Via WindowsForDevices]

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