With more and more offices looking to implement thin-clients in the office to try and slash costs, Tritton wants to get in the game and offer something worthwhile too, and that looks like the Tritton All-USB Thin Client. The company is currently partnering with Microsoft to work some magic with Windows MultiPoint Server, and when you couple that with Tritton’s SEE2 USB video technology, it certainly looks like there is some good potential. If implemented nicely, you’d only need a single server to be maintained in the office, along with USB workstations, which could go as low as $100. With thin-clients become more common in small offices over the next few years? It’s hard to discount such a possibility.
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