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Posted on 2014-02-07
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I'm testing different Thin/Zero clients to fit with VMware Horizon View. Anyone have experience or recommendations on the following products?

Dell Wyse P25
10Zig V1200-P
ChipPC - ZED PC
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Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE) earned 500 total points
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The performance is usually the same, what makes a different is the after market management tools to manage the Thin Client, and set them up, if you are managing an estate of several hundred to 17,000!
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Thanks Andrew.
Do you have any experience with the different management tools?

Are Wyse and ChipPC managment tools much better than Teradici?
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I have used with Dell Wyse P25 and they work charm. The bootup time is much faster than HP thinclients I worked before. Please check on support service.
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