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Cybernet Demonstrates 'Space Saving PC' Technology at CES Show

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2006 International CES

IRVINE, Calif. & LAS VEGAS --(Business Wire)-- Jan. 3, 2006 Cybernet today announced it will demonstrate its new "Space Saving PC" technology called the ZPC-9000 at the CES show in Las Vegas on Jan 5-8 at Booths Hilton Hotel #60094 and Sands Expo at #71271 as well as the Bellagio Hotel suite.

The newest innovation from Cybernet, the ZPC-9000(TM) is an entire PC embedded inside a normal 104 keyboard. "This is the latest technology trend that replaces the traditional PC Box," stated Hussein Asadi of Cybernet.

Features include the latest Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 HT processors up to 3.2GHz, up to 2GB of DDR-400MHz Memory, 1GB Ethernet LAN, 7-in-1 Card Reader, 2-Button touchpad, CD-RW/DVD and Fourth Generation Intel(R) Extreme graphics controller.

Benefits of this new trend are:

-- Space Saving: The ZPC-9000(TM) occupies virtually zero desktop space since the entire PC is inside the keyboard.

-- Power Saving: A ZPC-9000(TM) uses just 120 Watt power supply vs. 250-300 Watt power supply with a traditional PC.

-- Easy Deployment: The all-in-one functionality of the ZPC-9000(TM) reduces the number of cables and connections typically needed with desktop PC, making the ZPC-9000(TM) an ideal choice for any IT manager or PC user giving their office a clean look.

-- Added Security: With the removable hard drive option and locking mechanism, the computer and all your files will be safe.

Cybernet's vision and innovation has resulted in the creation of ZPC-9000(TM) series for the "mini PC" and "small PC" markets, which by far is the most advanced Space Saving PC ever produced, said Asadi of Cybernet.

Using Intel's latest processors, combined with DDR-400MHz memory, and 7200 RPM hard disk, ZPC-9000 can handle the most demanding IT managers and power PC users. Desktop freedom is truly what a user can expect with the ZPC-9000(TM).