Here is an economical, ecological and original concept, since this Windows PC fits in the case of a keyboard. This is Pentaform’s AbacusBasic. Not resource-intensive, costs around 140 euros.
A few months ago, the Raspberry Foundationrevealed his a compact with integrated ARM computer. A simple cable to connect to a screen and you’re done. An idea picked up by launching its AbacusBasic, a keyboard-integrated computer. As it comes Unlike the Raspberry Pi 400, it’s ready to use from the moment you buy it, with two options for connecting to a display: VGA or HDMI.
Assuming you don’t have any great demands on the performance… The device has had a few years of flight, we find oneQuad core, up to 8GB of and the storage part is provided by an eMMC module (from 16 to 128 GB) and a MicroSD card (up to 512 MB). The graphic part is proposed with a chip who promises with which you can already watch YouTube videos or No problem. It gets much more complicated to play, but it’s more than enough for that .
An environmentally conscious concept
For connectivity, in addition to the VGA and HDMI ports, there’s an Ethernet port, two ports2, a USB 3 port, a and a headphone jack. All with even a built-in speaker and a is located to the left of the keyboard. The price is very attractive, as the set only costs 120 pounds or just under 140 euros.
But the manufacturer’s priority is to be environmentally conscious. This allows the internal parts to be reused or recycled, while the outer casing (injection molded from a) is . Electricity consumption is reduced to a minimum: 31 kWh per year. Or a few euros a year.