Thin/Zero Clients Support Cutting Edge Features

10ZiG Technology’s 5900q Thin Client & Zero Client Series features three-monitor 4KUHD support, touch technology, and a power over Ethernet (PoE) option. The devices work seamlessly with a choice of Win10 IoT, PeakOS (Linux), or NOS (Zero) operating systems for performance with VMware, Citrix, and other SBC/VDI platforms.

 

10ZiG 5900q Thin Client & Zero Client Features

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  • Three-Monitor Support – The 10ZiG 5900q Series is based on the Intel Braswell Refresh CPU platform to support triple-monitor displays for virtual desktop solutions. The 3840 x 2160 @30Hz / 2560 x 1600 @60Hz support allows for a maximum of three simultaneous displays, including an in-demand 1x HDMI / 2x DisplayPort combination.
  • Small Footprint – The 5900q CPU features the Intel Pentium Processor N Series N3710. This quad core processor operates at a base frequency of 1.60-GHz (burst frequency 2.56-GHz), including 2-MB L2 cache. Power usage is an average of 6W TDP. Supplying the display capabilities is an Intel HD Graphics 405 integrated graphics unit which operates at a base frequency of 400 MHz (burst frequency 700 MHz). The DDR3L-1600 SO-DIMM (8-GB max) RAM offers higher speed and frequency than ever before.
  • Touch Technology & Human-Friendly Design – The 10ZiG 5900q Series is ergonomic in design with a gloss casing, solid aluminum chassis, capacitive tough technology power button, two USB 3.0 ports, and rotating “ports-on-foot” stand; the unique swivel foot stand includes two USB 2.0 ports, and a speaker.
  • PoE Optional Module – 10ZiG has had the PoE option covered for VMware Horizon PCoIP via the 10ZiG V1200-P Zero Client. Now, with the introduction of the 5900q Series, support is also readily available for Blast Extreme, Citrix HDX, and Microsoft RDP with the optional PoE Module.

 

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