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Re: [K12OSN] Fans - quiet vs. failure?

It's bigger brother (or sister) is looking good as well.

I have a similar board product but the case does not bolt to the vesa
mount holes on a monitor. Currently working to make it "plug-n-play" in
K12ltsp-5EL and a modified v. 5 LTSP/Centos 5.2 setup.

On Sun, 2008-08-24 at 12:57 -0500, Barry R Cisna wrote:
> Chuck,
> I've used the Ebox2300 for the last three years,at home as well as at
> school. I wouldn't have anything else. I'm always looking at new
> hardware that is simple as can be. It has a nice cast finned case. NO
> fan. Plenty adequate for most any user.There are lots of other small
> thin clients that will work sweet as well but most have fans.. This
> simply screws on the back of the LCD with the 4 provided screws.Out of
> sight out of mind.Put your hand on the case and it is barley warm. Kids
> cant trash it.USB ports on top to shove a usb stick into.Fits in the
> palm of your hand. Zero noise,YEAH! Pull it out of the box, screw it on
> the back of an existing LCD, you have, plug in your K12LTSP network
> wire,enable PXE in bios,and you are up and running!$106 plus
> shipping.People at wdlsystems will actually return your phone calls.
>   http://www.wdlsystems.com
> Take Care
> Barry Cisna
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