“The Jack PC from Chip PC Technologies offers a neat and novel thin-client desktop computing solution where the computer doesn’t just plug into the wall, it is the plug in the wall. Running on power provided by the ethernet cable that also connects it to the data center server, the computer-in-a-wall-socket supports wireless connectivity, has dual display capabilities and runs on the RISC processor architecture â€“ which gives the solution the equivalent of 1.2GHz of x86 processing power.”
With the Jack PC, the Computer’s in the Wall!
Submitted by SReilly 2010-11-03 Hardware 6 Comments
If you read the comments on slashdot (which may not be for everyone, I agree) but this product is 2 years old already, it was featured on slashdot at that time.
It isn’t news for nerds and it isn’t OS-news.
Ohh, well. 🙂
PS This was the first time slashdot-comments made more sense then OSNews, no worries
Edited 2010-11-04 00:32 UTC
What would really impress me is if it was completely wireless (with the exception of the Ethernet).
Wireless Display – Possible
Wireless Keyboard – Possible
Wireless Mouse – Possible
Wireless Sound – Possible
Wireless USB – Possible
All we need is a defined standard for wireless sound, keyboard and mouse. However, I think the Wireless USB standard might take care of that.