Hewlett-Packard launched two thin client devices on Monday out of which has been dubbed as a potential replacement of the desktop PCs.
These two models provide enhanced processing power that is delivered directly to desktop in order to improve graphics as well as multimedia capabilities. The T610 is powered by AMD G-series 1.65 GHz Fusion processor along with integrated Radeon graphics feature while the second mobile T510 is equipped with VIA Eden X2 U4200 1GHz dual-core CPU with VIA Chromotion HD 2.0 graphics.
According to Jeff Groudan , head of HP's global thin client operation, users who adopt T610 instead of a desktop "are not going to notice any degradation in their experience", reported Computer World.
Aimed at security for industries such as healthcare and financial services, the T610 is the first of its kind thin client that is equipped with Trusted Platform Module (TPM) and BIOS. Each of the thin clients come with a number of security software options as well as a hard-identification security notes TechWeekEurope.
According to Bob O'Donell, IDC analyst, "It's always a management story." O'Donell made this comment keeping in view that the thin client deployment completely depends on backend capacity that also includes number of VDI sessions that are handled by the servers and also network as well as storage capabilities responsiveness.