New Dell quad core thin clients run Windows Embedded 8

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New Dell quad core thin clients run Windows Embedded 8

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Dell has just announced a breakthrough in cloud-client computing: The first-ever quad core thin client platform running Windows Embedded 8 Standard.

The new machines feature the 64-bit Windows Embedded OS, powerful processors from AMD, quad core graphics capabilities and support for multi-touch and gestures. Dell says its new Wyse D class and Z class thin clients are poised to change the game for industries like healthcare, retail and finance, in which secure, reliable, high-fidelity computing on portable devices and digital signage are mandatory.

Dell Wyse thin clients based on Windows Embedded 8 Standard also incorporate a configurable version of Microsoft Windows Defender to secure thin clients against malware. With Dell Wyse Windows Embedded 8 Standard-based thin clients, users can customize their own start screen, start menu toolbar and desktop shortcuts for even greater ease and command of how they access key resources from the desktop.

Dell has already begun shipping the new products; you can read more about them on Dell’s blog.

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