Wyse Technology C Class Thin Client Offers Enhanced Multimedia and Energy Savings

Davis, Jessica
August 2009
Channel Insider;8/24/2009, p1
The article reports on the desktop personal computer replacement of Wyse Technology Inc., the C class thin client which saves energy and offers multimedia playback up to 1090p HD. The Wyse C class thin clients are small with about the size of a paperback book but provide high performance, according to Jeff McNaught, chief marketing and strategy officer at Wyse. In addition, the technology reduces 90 percent of energy footprint which only uses 7 watts of power with very little heat.


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