Thin Client Computers with Legacy Port Support
Companies have spent many years building and maintaining an IT infrastructure to meet the needs of their burgeoning enterprises, balancing rapid technological advances with slower, heavy-duty long-lasting devices and peripherals that employees have come to depend on - everything from Quad Core thin clients with solid state drives; Android telephones and Windows 8 tablets; to rebuilt fourth-generation PCs with PS/2 keyboards and mice used as zero clients, along with fifteen year-old black-and-white laser printers.
With significant monetary investments in critical equipment requiring legacy ports - serial (first introduced in the 1960’s), parallel (1970s), PS/2 (1987), USB 1.0 (1996) and 2.0 (2000), they look to vendors to provide systems offering these options.
Thinlabs is one of a dwindling number of hardware vendors that understands the issues these companies face (especially in the retail and financial sectors) by continuing to integrate the latest technologies with legacy support throughout its thin client computer product line.
- The KREIOS thin client computer features four USB 2.0 ports and two PS/2 ports, plus HDMI, DVI-D and two USB 3.0 ports.
- The TALOS and ORION thin client computer offer six USB 2.0 ports, one parallel and serial port each (with optional 2nd serial port), plus HDMI and DVI-D ports.
- Thinlabs HELIOS and ARGUS Quad Core integrated thin clients offer four USB 2.0 ports and one serial port (with optional 2nd serial and parallel ports), plus VGA, HDMI & two USB 3.0 ports, along with optional Power Over Ethernet technology.
All Thinlabs devices provide support for multiple network optimization suites and technologies, including VMWare’s VMView PCoIP, 2X Application Server XG, Citrix ICA and Microsoft RDP.
Contact a Thinlabs representative today to discuss your how we can maximize your enterprise requirements!