This is a very general question, but here's the situation:
We are deploying a solution into one of our warehouses, where every computer will have a 'terminal', with a touchscreen, that they will be able to pull work orders and such up on.
We have a development team getting the software part together, but i need to plan the hardware.
Basically - 25 terminals (machines) that are going to ONLY need to run a web-browser (the application is web-based), with the ability to open Adobe documents. So internet explorer (or chrome) and adobe reader.
I'd thought about deploying physical computers out there - Dell Desktops, i'd thought about putting wireless thin-client terminals there that connect to a server, etc... just can't come up with the best solution.
Whatever we come up with, a large factor is going to be PRICE. I don't want each terminal to cost $1200.00... there's got to be a way to do it cheaper. I'm not opposed to using refurbished parts, etc.
The computer/terminal needs to have a touchscreen, and be able to join the domain (that, or in the case of a thin-client device, then obviously the server it connects to will be a member of the domain). Also they NEED to connect WIRELESSLY.
Open to ideas.