New t410 thin client works with just one cable

By on May 11, 2012
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System powered by just 13W.

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In another move to stress on its commitment to thin-client computing, HP revealed the t410 All in One Thin Client at the Global Influencer Summit 2012 in Shanghai, China.

The t410 features a ‘One Wire’ concept, where the system is powered by a single LAN cable that provides Power Over Ethernet. The client runs on just 13W of power, meaning a smaller power footprint for organizations, and a truly mobile piece of hardware that can be setup and moved around by end-users without the need to involve IT administrators.

The t410 sports a 18.5″ display with all of the necessary components hidden away inside. A fulls selection of ports are available to users, as well as support for client computing solutions from VMware and Microsoft. The system will also warn you if too many devices have been plugged into the unit causing a spike in power consumption.

Check out HP’s official video reveal below:

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oh8EpDFvRG0&w=550]


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