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HP Shows Off Power Over Ethernet Thin Client 202 202

angry tapir writes "HP has unveiled an all-in-one thin client capable of being powered by an Ethernet cable. The t410 AiO supports the Type 1 Power over Ethernet (PoE) standard, which means it is capable of drawing its power from a network connection, although it can be powered by standard AC power. It uses an ARM-based processor and has an integrated 18.5-inch monitor, and it is capable of being used for virtual desktops through Windows RDP, VMware View and Citrix ICA."
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HP Shows Off Power Over Ethernet Thin Client

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  • Forget web browsing (Score:4, Interesting)

    by timeOday (582209) on Thursday May 10, 2012 @10:42AM (#39954183)
    Video replay (with sound) and flash apps have become such an integral part of the web that few people would be satisfied with a thin client running any of these protocols. The truism that Average Joes only run lightweight apps is no longer true.

We have a equal opportunity Calculus class -- it's fully integrated.