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Dell Wyse 2yn80 Wyse 5010 - Thin Client - Dts - 1 X G-t48e 1.4 Ghz - Ram 4 Gb - Flash 16 Gb - Radeon Hd 6250 - Gige - Win Embedded Standard 7 - Monitor: None
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P b Wyse 5000 Series Thin Client b p p Thin client for virtual desktop environments also serves as a powerful yet compact cloud desktop


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  • Wyse 5000 5010 2yn80 Thin Client - Amd G-series T48e 1.40 Ghz Dual-core Processor - 4 Gb Ram Ddr3 Sdram - 16 Gb Flash - Windows Embedded Standard 7 available on August 16 2018 from TechForLess for 133.49
  • Dell Wyse 2yn80 Wyse 5010 - Thin Client - Dts - 1 X G-t48e 1.4 Ghz - Ram 4 Gb - Flash 16 Gb - Radeon Hd 6250 - Gige - Win Embedded Standard 7 - Monitor: None available on April 25 2018 from PCMall for 453.99
  • Dell 2yn80 available on February 20 2017 from NeweggBusiness for 519.51
  • Dell 2yn80 available on June 07 2016 from Newegg for 479.55
  • UPC bar code 884116212843 ξ1 registered June 19 2017
  • UPC bar code 884116212843 ξ2 registered April 25 2018
  • UPC bar code 884116212843 ξ3 registered February 20 2017
  • UPC bar code 884116212843 ξ4 registered March 18 2016
  • Product category is Electronic

Br br b Strong. Compact. Affordable. b br br The Wyse 5000 series thin client is a highly efficient and powerful endpoint platform for Citrix, Microsoft, VMware, and Wyse vWorkspace virtual desktop environments. It is available as a zero client, a diskless cloud desktop or a thin client with Windows Embedded Standard, Wyse enhanced enterprise Linux, or virus immune Wyse ThinOS. With its extremely compact size and high performance, it's a versatile virtual desktop endpoint or cloud desktop when used with Wyse WSM software. br br b High performance multimedia. b br br Need to deploy a dependable platform to display, manipulate and work with high definition multimedia, voice and video in a virtualized environment With a choice of powerful, energy saving dual or quad core AMD G Series APUs in a compact chassis with dual HD monitor support, the 5000 series thin client delivers stunning performance and display capabilities across 2D, 3D and HD video applications. As such, it supports a broad and diverse range of user, application and operating requirements. br br b Highly scalable, easy to operate and manage. b br br IT administrators won't need to visit or touch cloud clients to manage them. The 5000 series thin client can be managed remotely with Wyse Device Manager WDM . WDM lowers the total cost of ownership for large deployments and offers remote enterprise wide management that scales as you grow from just a few to tens of thousands of cloud clients. br br b Environmentally conscious computing without compromise. b br br When it comes to energy efficiency, the 5000 series outperforms other, more power hungry desktop alternatives. Its silent diskless and fanless design helps reduce power usage to just a fraction of that used in traditional desktops. Dell is committed to helping you implement a computing strategy with a lower environmental impact one that offers an efficient and productive computing experience by significantly reducing energy usage and heat generation. p


References
    ^ Wyse 5000 5010 2yn80 Thin Client - Amd G-series T48e 1.40 Ghz Dual-core Processor - 4 Gb Ram Ddr3 Sdram - 16 Gb Flash - Windows Embedded Standard 7, Dell. TechForLess. (revised Aug 2018)
    ^ Dell Wyse 2yn80 Wyse 5010 - Thin Client - Dts - 1 X G-t48e 1.4 Ghz - Ram 4 Gb - Flash 16 Gb - Radeon Hd 6250 - Gige - Win Embedded Standard 7 - Monitor: None, Dell Wyse. PCMall. (revised Apr 2018)
    ^ Dell 2yn80, DELL. NeweggBusiness. (revised Feb 2017)
    ^ Dell 2yn80, DELL. Newegg. (revised Jun 2016)

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