Atrust t200WQ is a WES based thin client computer (WES 2009 / WES 7). It features Intel Atom 1.6GHz processor and S3 graphic processor supporting up to four displays. It also bundles major communication and applications, for instance Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops, formerly XenApp and XenDesktop; Microsoft RDP (with RemoteFX for WES 7), Local Browser and Media Player. For thin client users who require the Windows platform, a smart card reader and more computing power in client side in a server-based computing environment, it is the best choice.
- Quad display support - t200WQ is designed to support four displays, RGB, DVI-D and two DVI-I. By integrating the Intel Atom 1.6GHz processor, t200WQ delivers better performance among peer devices.
- Smart card reader and legacy serial port - t200WQ has built-in smart card reader and legacy serial port for higher authentication, also supporting legacy devices.
- Durable quiet design - The efficient thermal design of the t200WQ eliminates the need for traditional fans, increasing system stability and extending product lifetime. This also improves the workplace environment, because of its noiseless design.
- Simplified management - ADM provides a centralized management tool to replace traditional method of configuring each PC. ADM allows MIS people to set different privilege levels for individual t200WQ clients. MIS people can also install/remove applications in/from t200WQ from a remote site via internet. Devices such as USB ports in t200WQ can be enable/disable by MIS people from a remote site as well.
- Slim robust design - t200WQ is feather light weighing only 1.1kg. The slim design allows it to be VESA mounted from desktops to the back of LCD monitors. It is the best choice to replace traditionally bulky desktop in a server-based computing environment.
- Low power consumption - t200WQ consumes minimal power in its idle state. Compared to normal desktop computers, it saves a considerable amount of an enterprises energy bill.
- Low total cost of ownership - t200WQ requires little cost of acquisition. Furthermore, the server-based computing also significantly reduces the IT manpower need for management and maintenance.