The clients come with dual-core CPUs and 2GB of RAM
HP has introduced new HP t610 Flexible Series Thin Client and HP t510 Thin Client, enabling businesses to protect their data while improving employees’ user experience.
The HP t510 and HP t610, which come with dual-core CPUs and 2GB of RAM, offer graphics cores that offload computing from the server to the chipset enabling the use of multiple monitors and remote connections, according to the company.
In addition, the new HP thin clients offer an identification security and a set of tools to simplify management.
They reportedly allow administrators to simplify deployments and extend existing investments in Microsoft System Center by enabling them to manage thin clients with Windows Embedded Device Manager 2011.
The HP t610 features both a BIOS (basic input/output system) that complies with the security recommendations of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and an on-board Trusted Platform Module that protects access to networks under the certification requirements of the Trusted Computing Group.
The HP t510 features VIA Chromotion HD 2.0 graphics, enabling hardware acceleration of streaming multimedia for web browsing and remote session experiences.
HP Thin Clients Marketing director Jeff Groudan said with the new thin clients, businesses can protect their data.
"We also made sure the t610 and t510 are easy to integrate and manage with a broad set of management tools," said Groudan.