Cybernet Introduces The Most Powerful Keyboard PC Ever
May 21, 2012. Irvine, CA. Cybernet, the pioneer in all-in-one PC technology, has raised the bar once again with their new keyboard PC, the ZPC-H6. This keyboard computer uses a second-generation Intel Core i5 CPU, making the ZPC-H6 the most powerful keyboard computer ever built. This keyboard computer also has an integrated numeric keypad, ideal for financial institutions or other applications that require keypad input. The ZPC-H6 is just 1.3 inches thick and smaller than a regular computer keyboard, so it can be used where workspace is tightly constrained, such as bank teller windows, customer service counters, reception desks, in temporary field offices, or in hospitals and laboratories.
Cybernet is the industry pioneer in all-in-one computers, and since 1996 has been producing PCs contained within a keyboard or LCD monitor. Cybernet’s all-in-one PCs are customized in accordance with specifications unique to their customers’ industry and business operations. For their popular ZPC keyboard computer product line, Cybernet worked with customers to design in the features and performance they wanted in the next generation. The result is the new ZPC-H6.
Along with the powerful Intel i5 CPU, the new ZPC-H6 supports up to 8GB of DDR3 memory – to power even the most demanding business applications. Like its predecessor, the ZPC-H6 has an abundance of connectivity options. It has built-in connections/support for dual monitors, two high-
speed USB 3.0 ports for fast data transfer to external devices, two USB 2.0 ports, an SD card reader and all the Internet and multime
dia connections any business needs today.
Cybernet Vice-President Ali A. Bagheri believes in customer-driven R&D. “Our customers love our keyboard PCs, and they are very popular in several of our markets: banking, health care, retail, education and government. We are constantly in touch with our customers on how they are using our PCs, and what additional features they need. After the launch of our lightest, smallest ZPC-D5 keyboard computer in 2011, our customers raved about the light weight and small size, and wanted even more features for the next model. We listened, and for the ZPC-H6, we added greater processing power, an integrated numeric keypad and more memory, while keeping the same connectivity and flexibility of the previous model. It’s all about the customer.”