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Wyse C10LE Thin Client - DTS - 1 x C7 1 GHz ULV - RAM 512 MB - no HDD - Chrome9 HCM - Gigabit Ethernet - Wyse Thin OS - Monitor : none

Wyse C10LE Thin Client - DTS - 1 x C7 1 GHz ULV - RAM 512 MB - no HDD - Chrome9 HCM - Gigabit Ethernet - Wyse Thin OS - Monitor : none
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Sep, 2014

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Quick & Easy

 

DVI jack is not the "common" DVI format. DVI->VGA adapter was included, so I hooked it up VGA. As an after thought, I tried hooking up my digital camera to the USB port to unload the pictures.....just to see if this would work. It did not. I wasn't...

I've used Wyse terminals for several years now. I'm using them to RDP a windows server. Flawless. This a slightly newer model. Better processor & more memory. I was previously using the S10's. Quick easy setup. Comes with mouse & keyboard

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Nice thin Client

 

We are using these to simply deployment and licensing costs. Now we only need to update the Terminal Server, there are no more hassles with people downloading junk on their desktop, or saving files locally and not on the network; now they simply don't...

These are nice units for thin computing. I have several of these already deployed in Production (some for close to 6 months); and I just ordered two more. They are nice, compact little units with plenty of power to handle an RDP session into a Terminal...

Cannot get the WYSE Device Manager to work AT ALL. Not really a con of this device, just the software WYSE puts out for managing them centrally. Sounds like a sys-admin dream if only it would actually install

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