HP gt7720

The HP gt7720 Thin Client, with its familiar Windows interface, is an extremely powerful access device for your server-based or virtual desktop infrastructure. Enjoy excellent graphics support, run applications faster, improve worker productivity – all while helping ensure greater security, increased reliability, easier management and lower TCO. As with all of HP’s thin clients, the HP gt7720 is easy to set up and provides a variety of management options to meet the needs of different business needs. The HP gt7720 features a robust 2.3GHz dual-core processor1 with a generous amount of memory, providing the horsepower to deliver the full blade workstation experience in a compact thin client footprint. Configured with dual channel memory, data throughput is further optimized, bringing new levels of system performance in thin clients. Efficiently multi-task with two displays, (either standard or wide-screen) in high resolution – up to 5120×1600 (at 2560×1600 on 2 displays). Multi-display rotation allows for a mixture of portrait or landscape orientations across displays. Put the performance of the HP gt7720 to work for your business.

Specification
Supported protocols: ICA, RDP, RGS, HP Connection Administrator, TeemTalk for Linux, Citrix Desktop Broker for Virtual Desktop Infrastructure
OS: Windows® Embedded Standard
CPU: AMD Turion Dual Core Processor 2.3 GHz
RAM: 2 GB DDR2
LAN: 10/100/1000 Ethernet
Flash: 2 GB
VGA: 1x DVI-D, 1x DVI-I
Max resolution: 5120/1600 (2 displays)
USB: 6x 2.0
Serial: 1

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