Great News! Wall Street Journal Reviewed Cybernet's ZPC-D5 Keyboard PC

July 8, 2011. Cybernet’s new ZPC-D5 keyboard PC is generating a lot of buzz. After announcing our ZPC-D5 last month, we received a request from the Wall Street Journal Technology News product review team to test out a ZPC-D5 keyboard PC for consumer use. The article was posted on July 8, 2011 in the online edition of the Wall Street Journal, in the “Digits” Technology News and Insights blog. The Digits column focuses on the newest technology news for consumer as well as business markets, and contains short news items as well as product reviews. When a product is reviewed, a video is also made; this series of videos are called “Worth It?” The hosts of the video program interview the product reviewer about their experience. This was not a paid advertisement of any kind; this was an independent review and Cybernet had no control over what the reviewer wrote or said.
The resulting article is entitled “Worth It? A Keyboard Computer”, and has accompanying video. The reviewer, Naureen S. Malik, tested and reviewed the ZPC-D5 for home use as a consumer. We felt that the reviewer gave it a fair test and evaluation, given her objectives to test it for the consumer market. Although Cybernet’s ZPC-D5 is targeted for the business enterprise market such as banking and retail, the reviewer found much to like for home use: the design, functionality, packaging, and versatility. Read the full article at the following link. If you have problems viewing the video in Internet Explorer, try the Firefox browser instead: Worth It? A Keyboard Computer