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Edit Summary: added numbers of USB ports on DELL/Wyse 3030
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[[http://www.dell.com/support/manuals/us/en/4/wyse-3030lt-thin-client/dell%20wyse%203030%20lt%20thin%20client/notes-cautions-and-warnings?guid=guid-5b8de7b7-879f-45a4-88e0-732155904029&lang=en-us|
 DELL/Wyse 3030 LT ]] | Intel Celeron N2807 Dual-Core-Prozessor - 1,6 GHz, 4GB 
internal flash memory (eMMC), 2 GB ram, several USB3 and USB2 ports, 
Dual-DisplayPort-Out
(no Daisy-Chaining, two physical ports), single Gigabit Ethernet, internal audio (built-in speaker connected to soundcard), optional WiFi/BT | Will work with Debian Jessie and Debian Stretch images. Depending on the screen used, you may need to specify boot parameters ''earlyblankdpmsfix'' or ''blankdpmsfix''. This issue is not the 3030's fault, but a general issue some screens have when using DisplayPort - HDMI is unaffected, so you can use DisplayPort-HDMI-Adapter cables as well to make the effect go away. We did test single- as well as dual-screen DisplayPort, as well as HDMI via adapters. | ~ 250-500 + Tax, depending on supplier, exact model and quantity discount | + | [[http://www.dell.com/support/manuals/us/en/4/wyse-3030lt-thin-client/dell%20wyse%203030%20lt%20thin%20client/notes-cautions-and-warnings?guid=guid-5b8de7b7-879f-45a4-88e0-732155904029&lang=en-us| DELL/Wyse 3030 LT ]] | Intel Celeron N2807 Dual-Core-Prozessor - 1,6 GHz, 4GB internal flash memory (eMMC), 2 GB ram, one USB3 and three USB2 ports, Dual-DisplayPort-Out (no Daisy-Chaining, two physical ports), single Gigabit Ethernet, internal audio (built-in speaker connected to soundcard), optional WiFi/BT | Will work with Debian Jessie and Debian Stretch images. Depending on the screen used, you may need to specify boot parameters ''earlyblankdpmsfix'' or ''blankdpmsfix''. This issue is not the 3030's fault, but a general issue some screens have when using DisplayPort - HDMI is unaffected, so you can use DisplayPort-HDMI-Adapter cables as well to make the effect go away. We did test single- as well as dual-screen DisplayPort, as well as HDMI via adapters. | ~ 250-500 + Tax, depending on supplier, exact model and quantity discount | | [[https://www.thomas-krenn.com/de/produkte/low-energy-systeme/les/les-v3.html| Thomas-Krenn LESv3 ]] | Intel Celeron N3160 , 4 Core, 1.6 - 2.24GHz, Dual-HDMI-out, Single DisplayPort-Out, Analog Audio out, Dual Gigabit Ethernet, several USB3 ports, RS232 Serial
Port, fanless, diskless by default (but allows internal SSD mounts). | Requires 
Debian-Stretch-based TCE - will not work smoothly with Jessie or older (gfx 
hardware too new to be fully supported by Jessie and older). No problems with 
Stretch. When using HDMI out, you need to specify ''audioout=list'' and pick 
the proper boot parameter value from the console output on /dev/tty8 if you 
want to use sound via HDMI - the default is the analog audio jack. When using 
DisplayPort, depending on the screen used, you may need to specify boot 
parameters ''earlyblankdpmsfix'' or ''blankdpmsfix''. This issue is not the 
LESv3's fault, but a general issue some screens have when using DisplayPort - 
HDMI is unaffected. According to the supplier, it is possible to run this 
client with three screens if you attach a DisplayPort-VGA-Adapter cable to the 
DisplayPort output. Lacking such an adapter ourselves, we did not test this 
functionality. We did test single-screen DisplayPort and single- as well as
dual-screen HDMI. | ~250 + Tax including ram, power supply, casing, but without 
optional SSD |
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[[http://www.intel.com/products/desktop/motherboards/d945gsejt/d945gsejt-overview.htm|Intel
 D945GSEJT]] | + Fanless \\ - No Dual-Link DVI | Didn't work: x2Go was not able to 
connect the server and crashed a lot (unstable version?). Used Ubuntu & 
live-build (morty) | [[http://www.cartft.com/catalog/il/1085| ~200€]] including 
ram, power supply, casing |
 | [[http://www.rangee.de/site/de/thinclient/thinclient_uebersicht_864.html| 
Rangee LT360]] | + Fanless \\ + DVI + VGA \\ - No cardreader| Works fine on 
about 50 stations - more than 512 MB Ram recommended. Dual monitor not tested. 
Used Debian custom-build (h1) | 
[[http://www.rangee.de/site/de/thinclient/thinclient_uebersicht/864.html| 
~260€]] including ram, power supply, casing |
 | 
[[http://www.zotac.com/index.php?option=com_virtuemart&Itemid=100265&lang=de&vmcchk=1&Itemid=100265|ZOTAC
 FUSION350]] | + Fanless \\ +Displayport (2560
x 1440) \\ - No cardreader| Works fanless in a very airy case, a fan might be a 
good idea in summer | ~260 including ram, power supply, casing |


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