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A 'zero client' designed for the virtual era
Apple gives the iMac a makeover and finally adds quad-core processors
A tiny desktop PC for basic tasks such as web surfing and office applications
A mid-range thin client with support for virtual desktops as well as traditional server-hosted sessions
Perfect for those places where you need a capable PC, but just don't want to see it
A mid-range Windows-based terminal designed to provide access to virtual desktops as well as Citrix or Terminal Services sessions
A compact, touchscreen desktop PC best suited for basic computing tasks
A bare-bones cube PC system.
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