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HP t740 Thin Client is the most powerful desktop thin clients, built to drive graphics-intensive workflows projecting to up to six 4K displays.
Manufacturer no.: 6TV45EA#ABB Country variant: Europe
Bechtle no.: 4385605-99
Processor model: AMD Ryzen R1505G, 2.40 GHz, RAM: 8 GB, Operating system: Windows 10 IoT 64-bit Enterprise, Graphics: AMD Radeon Vega 3 Graphics, Wireless: Bluetooth, WLAN
Manufacturer no.: H7O000000000000
Bechtle no.: 4355009
RAM: 8 GB, Operating system: IGEL Universal Desktop (Linux)
Optimised for desktop virtualisation and cloud-based applications, the intuitive HP t430 Thin Client is easy for end users to understand and simple for IT administrators to maintain.
Manufacturer no.: 2ZU98AA#ABB Country variant: Europe
Bechtle no.: 4242162-99
Processor model: AMD GX-420GI, 2.0 GHz, RAM: 4 GB, Operating system: Windows 7 Embedded 32-bit
Manufacturer no.: 2DH78AA#ABB Country variant: Europe
Bechtle no.: 4196571-99
Processor model: AMD GX-215JJ, 1.5 GHz, RAM: 4 GB, Operating system: HP Thin Pro, Graphics: AMD Radeon R2E Graphics
Manufacturer no.: 1000414064245
Bechtle no.: 4294408-21
Processor model: Intel Atom x5-Z8350, 1.44 GHz, RAM: 2 GB, Operating system: Wyse ThinOS
Less energy consumption and lower investment costs
Thin clients are terminals connected to a server, thereby operating within a network. Because they have no hard disks or drives of their own, they rely on central servers for these features. Thin clients—and the even leaner zero clients—are used only to enter data, which is then transmitted to and processed by the server. Thin clients are used to display and interact with applications running and stored on the server. Their lack of hard drive and extremely lean build make thin clients an attractive, low-cost investment. In addition, they’re small and don’t emit much noise, creating a quieter office environment.
Suitable for all popular Office applications
Server-based computing is particularly interesting for companies whose employees all access the same, centrally stored data. Many publishing houses, for example, use thin or zero clients. These terminals support all major Office applications, e-mail programs and web browsers. However, the more thin clients that depend on the server and the more computing power you need, the better equipped your server must be. Server-based networks are ill-suited for graphics applications and video editing, as the computing power required for processing is too much for thin clients to handle. In this case, workstations are a better alternative.
A powerful selection of lean computers in our Bechtle online shop
Many businesses would, by nature, benefit from a server-based computing environment. The advantages are clear: instead of installing programs at every single workstation, you would simply provision them over a server. Thin Clients just keep on getting more powerful and we’ve noticed which is why we carry a large selection of thin clients by Dell, IGEL and HP, to name just a few. These black, flat and stylish devices fit on nearly any desk. Samsung even offers ultra-space-saving, innovative versions with thin/zero clients built into displays.