The JackPC, as it's named, fits into a normal wall socket and is powered by ethernet. You can plug in a normal monitor, keyboard, speakers, and a mouse. The basic version will cost around $355.
Wow seriously im sure its slow and all but very cool! I imagine eventually everything will just be inside a tv...
This article is incredibly old. Published 31 May 2006. I remember hearing about this even before 2006.
ERM Colin Barker ZDNet.co.uk Published: 31 May 2006 13:45 BST I'm Confused, they mudt be out by now! never heard/saw them in shops.................... EDIT: you can buy today http://www.pcwb.com/catalog...
What does it range power wise? are we talking SNES games at most...?
The ChipPC wall plate has been out for years man. Your choices are Linux Thin Client or Windows XPE but either way not a full functional PC just a think client more or less. OLD NEWS !!!!!!!!!! Welcome to the game 3 years too late Hell look at the date on the article you posted DUHHHHHHHHHHH
Even though it's old news, I bet most readers on here haven't even heard of a wall-socket PC. So it's still news nonetheless.
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