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Re: [K12OSN] compatible with MicroClient TC ?



2009/3/11 khaipi <khaipi gmail com>:
> The MicroClient TC is a small, energy efficient, and inexpensive computer
> ideal to be used as a thin client. The MicroClient TC uses a 300 Mhz VIA
> VT8500 RISC CPU. The MicroClient TC is a complete solution that includes
> 256MB to 512MB on board DDR2-400 RAM. It also includes 1GB to 4GB solid
> state storage.

I have about 30 devices in our networks, Works okay with k12 but you
need to load with light weight manager like IceWM (like we do) or
similar. The response is a bit slow, especially if there are three
four program running concurrently. And USB 1 only is supported.

The next level device works perfectly but is more costly.

-- 
Regards,
Sudev Barar
Read http://blog.sudev.in for topics ranging from here to there.

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