Thin Clients On The Rise

sysob presents new generation of thin client Schorndorf, November 12, 2008 the VAD sysob presents the rich thin client offer of the manufacturer’s Rangee. VAD and manufacturer accents particularly in the areas of reliability, flexibility and expandability. Read additional details here: Marcus Lemonis. Highlights include three new Rangee products in terms of server-based computing: the low-cost thin client series with both DVI and VGA graphics output A3300S, the powerful model number TK3752 (also DVI and VGA), as well as the Rangee NetBook ASONE Rangee Linux operating system with all known thin client features. The products are available in many colors. The thin-client Rangee products is characterized by a comfortable user interface, which makes it possible to adapt the system to customer requirements within a very short time. The firmware has a modular design, so that adjustments and bug fixes can be made quickly and comfortably managed.

Rangee carries the growing as one of the few suppliers Need for more flexibility in the thin client account. A thin client, in view of today’s requirements an ICA connection must, voice-over IP (VoIP) in addition if necessary Web browser, software or virtual private network (VPN) software to be installed without the hardware must be replaced. In addition, other applications on request are possible. The low-cost thin clients of the Rangee-A3300S series Rangee A3300S series have both DVI and VGA outputs. Equipped with a 500 MHz processor, these are suitable for standard applications and provide also support for widescreen monitors. The A3300S is introduced in the low price segment as an alternative to the LT800. Model number TK3752 the thin-client model TK3752 features a powerful processor and can optionally be attached via a VESA mount. The rich media thin clients offer with the separate DVI and VGA graphics output to the two monitor operation of up to 24-inch widescreen models. The TK3752 is the portfolio in the normal price segment as Complementary alternative to the LT1000.

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