[K12OSN] Found a $200 thin client

Terrell Prude' Jr. microman at cmosnetworks.com
Wed May 28 23:29:30 UTC 2014

OK, that looks pretty cool, and dual-core, too.  Integrated Intel 
graphics isn't the "31337 g4m0rz" speediest, but it does the job, and it 
sure is supported well by X11 and the Linux kernel.

Thanks for the heads-up, Jim!


On 05/24/2014 09:10 AM, Jim Kinney wrote:
> http://www.provantage.com/shuttle-ds437~7SHCO0JP.htm 
> <http://www.provantage.com/shuttle-ds437%7E7SHCO0JP.htm>
> This seems to have enough horsepower to be full desktop for most K12 
> needs but as a TC it can certainly handle running some local apps like 
> firefox and tux math. At $195 it looks like a great new device. Add in 
> that it fanless and designed for commercial use as digital signage, it 
> should survive a school environment.
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