- Mar 26, 2010
- 7,680 (2.69/day)
- Jakarta, Indonesia
|Motherboard||MSI B150M Bazooka D3|
|Cooling||Stock ( Lapped )|
|Memory||16 Gb Team Xtreem DDR3|
|Video Card(s)||Nvidia GTX460|
|Storage||Seagate 1 TB, 5oo Gb and SSD A-Data 128 Gb|
|Display(s)||LG 19 inch LCD Wide Screen|
|Case||HP dx6120 MT|
|Power Supply||Be Quiet 600 Watt|
|Software||Windows 7 64-bit|
The company is launching today a new ARM micro computer that’s officially called Zero Devices Z2C.
Zero’s new unit is literally a PC-on-a-stick. The small dimensions of the device makes it looks exactly like an USB flash drive.
Powered by the obvious suspect, the Zero Devices Z2C thumb PC uses a Rockchip RK3066 ARM processor based on the famous Cortex-A9 architecture.
The interesting aspect is the fact that this is a dual core CPU that also uses a very fast 1 GB of DDR3 memory.
Connectivity is well endowed for a system of its size and thus the Zero Devices Z2C thumb PC features two micro USB ports, an HDMI connector and even a micro SD card slot.
On top of it all, Zero Devices also has a WirelessN adapter integrated and comes with Android 4.0 operating system while all is priced at just $72 (54.8 EUR)