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Cybernet's all-in-one keyboard computers get an upgrade

Joshua Topolsky
March 24, 2008
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It's been just a little over a year since we saw Cybernet's zero footprint, keyboard-only computer -- now the company has upped the line with new features (but mistakenly stripped that shiny red paint job). The new systems -- which harken back to the glorious days of the TI-99 -- now support Core 2 Duo and Core 2 Quad chips, sport the GMA X3100 graphics chipset, up to 4GB of RAM, a slimline optical drive, and can astonishingly handle expansion via a Mini PCI and PCI-e slot. The all-in-one combos start at $629 and head marginally skyward from there.

[Thanks, stagueve]



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