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Can someone recommend a good thin client with Windows Embedded

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It needs to have windows embedded (any version), wifi, and preferably be cheap (under $100) .. please advise
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by:Balam Singh
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N-Computing
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by:Mark
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Do you have a specific model?
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David Johnson, CD, MVP earned 167 total points
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ncomputing is more than a thin client is is a thin infrastructure.  The price of the Windows Embedded O/S alone will drive the price over your maximum. Most are in the $300+ range
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David is correct, the windows license sticker is going to cost you about $80 alone, wireless another $20.  (Generalizing).     I use a mixture of companies products but mostly 10zig thin and zero clients.
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How many do you need?  How soon do you need them?  I have several HP 5510, 5520 and 5530 that I am upgrading.  They have no issues except lack of compatibility with new software we are migrating to.
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Actually I ended up finding a few Optiplex 770's for $140 a piece (with genuine Windows) .. thanks all anyway
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