Thin client monitors represent the next step forward in thin client computing. The thin client model has been around since the early days, when mainframe computers provided multi-user access. Computing power became localized in the ’80s and ’90s as the cost dropped, but today’s high-speed networks have again enabled cost-effective thin clients.

The all-in-one thin client monitor takes the concept a step further, eliminating the need for a separate thin client “box” on the desk. Traditionally, thin client desktops have required users to plug in peripherals, including a monitor, keyboard and mouse. The all-in-one thin client display simplifies the endpoint by building the thin client right into the business monitor. This all-in-one approach declutters the desktop and provides all the computing necessities in one place: one power button and one power cord with integrated sound and I/O.

To learn more about the benefits of thin-client monitors, check out the infographic below.

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