|All in one computer
An all in one computer is a computer that does not have a separate CPU or tower that connects to a keyboard or monitor (a standard 3-piece configuration). Instead, the computer components are housed in a monitor or keyboard, which eliminates a space-consuming third piece of hardware. Because there are fewer pieces, an all in one computer is easy to deploy and install, requiring less labor and therefore lower costs. Cybernet’s all in one computers are known for superior quality and reliability, which means even lower cost of ownership in the long run because there is less down time for repair.
All in one LCD PC
Alternate terms: LCD all-in-one PC, LCD PC, Panel PC
An all in one LCD PC refers to a computer that is contained within a Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) monitor. This is sometimes referred to as a Panel PC. The computer components are housed inside the monitor, and the media drive and ports are accessible along the sides of the monitor.
Cybernet’s iOne-GX45 is an excellent example of an all in one LCD PC. Powered by Intel and Windows 7, the iOne-GX45 comes with 17-inch, 19-inch, and touchscreen options. Best of all, it is space-saving and uses 50% less power compared to tower PCs. All components are integrated into a flat panel display, so there`s no need to assemble. You can even mount it on your wall to save even more space. This all in one LCD PC is suitable for health care, banking, government and educational environments.
All in one pc
Alternate terms: All in One PCs, All-in-One PC, All-in-One PCs
Definition: See “All in One Computer” above
Some people choose to use the term “PC” rather than computer. The term PC is a little more specific, and generally refers to a Windows-based computer rather than an Apple computer, for example. Cybernet’s all in one computers are PCs because they do use the Windows operating system and not Apple’s operating system.
All in one PCs from Cybernet afford you solutions for your space-saving needs without compromising on the functions you expect from an Intel-powered processor. All of Cybernet’s all in one PCs have the power, performance and reliability you need for your mission-critical applications.
All in one PC package
Alternate term: All in one PC packages
The word “package” in this phrase refers to the physical configuration or container for the computer components. An all in one PC package would be one piece of hardware that contains computer components within it. All in one PC packages are ideal for any industry or environment; they can be used in call centers, government offices, even in educational institutions. Available from Cybernet, all in one PC packages are space-saving, are easy to upgrade and service, and are powered by Windows and Intel.
Custom mini pc
The practice of customizing PCs is very common these days. A customer can contact a technology specialist and choose the optimum components needed for a custom-built PC, such as RAM, processor type and speed, drives, ports, and just about anything else that can be built into a computer. Most custom PCs are in the form of a standard large tower, and the components are built into the case. But customizing a mini PC is a bit more of a challenge, because you can’t use a large form factor case for the components. It must be smaller and more compact, and the components need to be specially designed to fit into another type of packaging, such as a monitor or keyboard. That’s where Cybernet excels, because they have designed all in one PCs that are housed in a monitor or keyboard, but can still be customized. Cybernet is the only PC manufacturer that offers customization of its all in one PCs, and customers can choose their processors, RAM, and other components to fit their specific needs and environment.
A keyboard PC is a standard PC keyboard expanded in thickness to contain computer components. It functions like a regular tower computer, but because it’s an all-in-one PC inside of a keyboard, it saves a lot of space. Offered exclusively by Cybernet, it is perfect for environments where space is constrained, such as a bank teller’s window, or in a doctor’s office or hospital setting.
LCD TV PC
Alternate terms: LCD TV PC monitor, LCD TVs with a PC,
LCD monitor PC TV, Flat panel LCD PC TV
An LCD TV PC is a combination of a PC and TV housed within an LCD monitor.
This type of product has the full computer capabilities of a standard PC, plus the capability to play high-resolution DVDs, animations, or cable TV programming on the unit.Cybernet’s LCD TV PCs are state-of-the-art, and are ideal for many business and educational applications, such as viewing medical records and procedures, training, and research.
Medical All in One Computer
Medical all in one computers are similar to standard all in one computers except they are specially designed for medical and hospital environments. Cybernet’s medical all in one computers, the CyberMed MP15T, the CyberMed G45, the iOne-MP171, and the MP172, have an integrated touch screen and the case is dustproof and waterproof, allowing practitioners to spray and wipe down the medical computer without damage. The plastic used in the medical all in one computer case has worldwide medical certifications and are also IP65 certified.
A medical computer is a general term that refers to a computer that is specifically designed for health care and medical environments, and can run applications specific to medical facilities, such as patient care, medical records, and hospital administration. A medical computer may or may not carry medical certifications.
Medical Grade Computer
A medical grade computer is one that has been tested and certified to meet specific medical certifications that are recognized worldwide, including UL60601-1 and EN60601-1. Such certifications mean that the computer housing is such that it can be cleaned for use in sterile environments such as operating rooms or surgical suites. Medical grade computers are used in doctor's offices, hospitals, or any other health care facility. Cybernet’s two medical grade computers, the iOne-MP171 and MP172, both carry these certifications. In addition, the iOne-MP172 is fanless, which means that no dust or debris can circulate through the air in sterile environments. Cybernet also offers several mounting options for the medical grade computers, including wall mounts and medical carts.
Alternate terms: Mini PCs, PC mini
The term “mini PC” stands for “minimized personal computer”, and it is generally used to describe computers with small motherboards and are less than 3 liters in volume. They are also sometimes called small form factor PCs (see entry below). Mini PCs operate completely as a standalone computer, just like any PC.
The mini PC is a great choice for those who need to maximize desk space. This all-in-one package doesn`t require a computer tower, just a stylish LCD screen you can mount on your wall. Some of the best selection of mini PC models can be found at Cybernet, the pioneer in all-in-one computer technologies.
Alternate term: Small PC
This is a very broad term that describes the relative size of a computer or PC compared to a standard configuration. It is small because the physical dimensions are smaller or more compact than a typical PC tower. With Cybernet all-in-one products, a small computer does not necessarily mean small performance. We've designed the functions of a regular PC into as small a space as a keyboard or even an LCD monitor, saving you valuable space while providing the power and performance of a regular PC.
Small footprint pc
Alternate terms: Small foot print PC
In technology, a device’s footprint is the surface area that it occupies ? on a desk, table or on the floor. For a computer, the smaller the footprint, the better, especially in a busy office environment. Those responsible for planning IT purchases or facility utilization are always on the lookout for space-saving devices that will reduce the footprint of computing technology in work areas and will also save energy costs in the long run.
Cybernet’s line of small footprint PCs represents true versatility for office environments. There are all in one computers housed in monitors or keyboards, medical all in one computers, or fanless industrial PCs. All have a small footprint to save space and energy.
Small form factor computer
Alternate terms: Small form factor computers, small form factor PC, small form factor PCs, mini form factor pc, ultra small form factor
Small form factor (SFF) computers refer to computer systems that are smaller than traditional mini-towers. The term SFF is used in contrast with terms for larger systems such as "mini-towers" and "desktops. Small form factor computers are designed to minimize spatial volume, so their size is typically measured in liters. (“Small form factor” should not be confused with “computer form factor”, which is the standard for physical dimensions of computer components, not the computers as a whole.)
Since 1996, Cybernet has been designing and producing small form factor computers. Their products include all in one PCs in a keyboard, all in one PCs in a monitor, medical all in one computers, and fanless industrial all in one PCs. All of them are considered to be small form factor computers because they basically eliminate the traditional computer mini-tower and are therefore smaller than a traditional system.
Space saving PC
Alternate terms: Space-saving PC, space saving PCs
A space saving PC is a computer that reduces space on the desk or work surface due to its design or configuration. In other words, it takes up less room because the physical package is smaller, or there are fewer cables connecting everything together. With Cybernet’s line of all in one PCs, you enjoy both advantages. With all in one computers in a monitor or keyboard, there is one fewer piece of hardware to deal with or connect to. With the iOne-GX45, the computer is inside the monitor, and if used with a wireless keyboard, there are only two cables to connect: a power cord and an Internet connection cable. With the ZPC-D5, the computer is housed inside the keyboard, and you can mount your monitor on a wall so all you have on your work surface is a keyboard. Either solution is the ultimate in a space saving PC.
Touch screen all-in-one pc
Touch screen computers have been around since the 1980s when HP began experimenting with the technology. Today, touch screens are commonplace in everything from smartphones to ATMs to mall kiosks and voting machines. The advantages of touch screen technology are obvious; it eliminates the need for keystrokes and a keyboard, saving time and money.
Cybernet offers a touch screen option with their 19” all in one LCD PC, the iOne-GX45, and comes standard with their two medical all in one computers, the iOne-MP171 and iOne-MP172. The touc hscreen feature is great for environments and for situations where speed is important, such as in hospitals or banks.
A widescreen PC is one that has a 16:9 format instead of a 4:3 format. The screen sizes vary from 18 to 26 inches on the diagonal, enabling the user to view multiple data sets at once, or work on multiple applications simultaneously. Cybernet has two widescreen models that also have optional touch screen: the 20-inch iOne-H5 and the 18.5-inch iOne-G4 all in one PCs.