HP T5700 series thin client
you guys heard of these before? I just learned of them and they only run about $90 on eBay.
9-11 kWh. super quiet. instant on.
I'll be buying at least one to replace the laptop that I am using for my Magicjack VOIP line. With the PCI extension chassis, I can add a HDTV card and run Orb on it.
Looks pretty neat. Too bad it's not a tablet thin client . . .
too many people are buying these up now... argh. hope my ebay snipe works.
any of you used these snipers before?
what are snipes?
Yah, what's snipes?
Will the PCI extension chassis increase the power usage?
So I saw "ESPRIT Thin Client $169 - www.espritsys.com" on gmail, while responding to this thread. What can the HP T5710 do that the esprit one for $169 can't do?
If the $169 client could do everything, then the HP T5710 for $90
that's is an excellent question!
eBay snipers submit bids for you seconds before the auction ends. Gives you a better chance of winning the bid. I tried the one at auctionsniper.com today, but turns out I didn't even need it. There's another one at justsnipe.com. Both of these services offer you free snipes.
It appears that the Esprit System's 230TCE isn't that powerful. They claim 1 GHz in Google ad, but it's only 333 MHz and it runs Windows CE not Windows XP Embedded.
The equivalent to the HP T5700 series is probably the Esprit 470-TXP Series, starting at $395.
The PCI expansion chassis would probably increase the power usage, not sure how much. So far, I've only seen the chassis available for the T5720 model. I couldn't find the one for the T5700/T5710 available anywhere yet.
Here's the spec and accessories for T5700 series:
I'll tell you guys more when I get mine in a week or two.
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