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The Dell FX100 Zero Client is one of two nondescript desktops (FX100 Zero Client, OptiPlex 980) released in March 2010.

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The Dell FX100 Zero Client is one of two nondescript desktops (FX100 Zero Client, OptiPlex 980) released in March 2010. The Zero Client is a barebones remote desktop designed as a Virtual Remote Desktop or a Dedicated Remote Workstation solution for businesses. It doesn’t require a processor, an OS, or a corporate image to work. It instead utilizes PC-over-IP technology (PCoIP) so businesses can centralize client desktops, “while delivering the performance and flexibility of a traditional PC.” Included also is support for Vmware View 4.0 with PCoIP. Additional features include support for 10/100/1000 BaseT Ethernet networks; true and transparent USB bridging over IP networks; and the ability to operate in conjunction with any operating system and application.

Features
  • Barebones Remote Desktop
  • Geared for Virtual Remote Desktop
  • Geared for Dedicated Remote Workstation
  • No x86 Processors
  • No Application OS
  • No Drivers
  • PCoIP
  • Vmware View 4.0
  • 10/100/1000 Ethernet
  • Transparent USB Bridging (IP)
  • Universal OS/Application CompatibilitySpecifications
Specifications
  • Remote Access Host Card: PCIe x1 card for host workstation
  • Video Resolution: Single DVI at 1920x1200; Dual DVI at 1600x1200
  • Graphics Options: 2 DVI-I Ports with one DVI-I to VGA Adapter
Inputs/Outputs
  • 4 USB 1.1 Connectors
  • 1 Audio Mic-In Jack
  • 1 Audio Headphone Out Jack
  • 1 Audio Line-Out Jack
  • 1 RJ 45 JACK for 10/100/1000 Ethernet
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