Wyse Debuts T50 Linux-based Thin Client based on ARM retails at $240

Wyse Technology announced the Wyse T50 thin client.  Wyse's new thin client with ‘business level performance’ (what is that really?) is ideal for IT departments at small, medium and large organizations on a budget.

Even on a small budget, the Wyse T50 delivers the best multimedia and management capabilities in its class. Wyse T50 is powered by Wyse-enhanced Linux, delivering a simpler user interface and a "plug and display" start-up of less than 20 seconds.  The ENERGY STAR Version 5.0, and EPEAT®-compliant Wyse T50 thin client also creates a rich user experience displaying vibrant multimedia and Flash in VDI and the local browser. 

The Wyse T50 also includes the same automatic configuration and management used in Wyse's premium thin and zero clients, eliminating the need for manual utilities and wizards.  With Wyse T50, users have the DVI-I display option to connect to two monitors for optimum viewing versatility.  Wyse T50 also includes advanced networking capabilities, with gigabit Ethernet and optional integrated B/G/N Wi-Fi.  Wyse T50 also supports the RDP7 protocol and offers such advanced features as Wyse Collaborative Processing Architecture media redirection and bitmap compression.

At the heart of the Wyse T50 lies the Marvell® ARMADA™ PXA 510 application processor, an ARMv7 CPU running at 1GHz frequency, delivering a 150 percent performance improvement compared to previous ARM based designs.

The T50 retails at about $240 US.


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