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The Dell Wyse 3040 is its lightest and smallest client to date

By Bryan Chan - on 31 Mar 2017, 10:32am

The Dell Wyse 3040 is its lightest and smallest client to date

The Wyse 3040 is Dell's lightest and smallest entry-level client.

Productivity is one of the highest priorities for a business, especially multinational corporations. And one of the easiest ways to increase productivity in a working environment is to use a client-server architecture.

Of course, you'd need a good client to ensure a smooth working process. Dell has you covered, with the Wyse 3040, its lightest, smallest and most power-efficient client to date. This client allows IT managers to minimize costs, without sacrificing basic productivity. Needless to say, the Wyse 3040 is optimized for deployment in highly-regulated sectors, like retail, finance, healthcare and education.

The Wyse 3040 is equipped with an Intel Atom X5 that supports a maximum of 2GB DDR3 RAM, and 8GB of flash. It comes pre-loaded with the Wyse ThinOS, but in June, you will be able to opt for the Wyse ThinLinux. Connectivity options include two DisplayPort interfaces, and four USB ports, one being a USB 3.1 port.

Compatibility wise, you can use it with Citrix XenDesktop, Microsoft RDS, and VMware Horizon. It also supports Citrix HDX, Microsoft RDP and PcoIP protocols, and will add support for VMware Blast Extreme starting June 2017.

The Wyse 3040 is now available globally, with prices starting at US$329 (~RM1,456).

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