Introducing Thin Client Computers
Thin Client PC
A thin client computer, also known as a thin client PC, is a replacement for a desktop PC. It provides you with all the functionality of a desktop PC without the high cost of purchase and maintenance.
There are many ways in which you can use a thin client. First, you can connect a thin client to your existing desktop or laptop computer. I am sure your computer is already connected to a modem or router, through which you get Internet connectivity. Simply purchase one of our Micro thin clients and connect them to the same router, modem or switch using an Ethernet cable. The thin client will now connect to your PC using the RDP protocol, and now you can work on both your PC and your thin client at the same time. There is no limit to how many thin clients you can connect to your computer like this. A thin client is a cheap and effective way of letting 5 to 10 more people use your same desktop computer.
Thin clients have lower failure rates and work faster than desktop computers.
Share data and software instantly between all you users when you use thin clients. No need to use email or file sharing.
But you do not always need another PC to use one of Thinvent’s Thin Client computers. You can simply connect them to your router or modem using an Ethernet or WiFi connection, and then use the built in web browser to work on the Internet. Our thin client computers come with Firefox and Chrome browsers preinstalled. Office, PDF, graphics, video player and other such software are also preinstalled.
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