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|Other ports||XD2: |
1 - Speaker port
2 - PS/2 keyboard
3 - PS/2 mouse
4 - Video output
5 - RJ-45 PCI card connection port
|Security||Data security: No local data storage on device USB ports on shared PC can be assigned to different users (Note: local user access to USB ports requires separate USB extension cables - not included.)|
|Operating System||Windows and Linux|
(refer to the support section of the NComputing website for the latest supported versions)
|Power Characteristics||No external power adapters are required|
Power to the access devices is provided by the PCI card through the Cat 5e or Cat 6 cable
|Temperature||0 - 40 º C|
|Humidity||10 to 85% relative humidity (non-condensing)|
|Features||Easy to set up, maintain, and secure|
Compact and reliable(no fans or disks)
Energy-efficient (1 watt per user)
Supports standard applications including multimedia and full-screen video
Supports standard and widescreen resolutions (up to 1280x1024 or 1440x900)
Connect users directly to the shared PC using standard cables up to 10 m (33 ft) long
Includes powerful vSpace desktop virtualization software, PCI card, and XD2 access devices
Certifications: FCC Class B, CE, MIC, RoHS
One X350 kit includes three XD2 access devices, one half-height PCI card (with both full-height and low-profile brackets), vSpace software installation CD with user's guide, Quick Install Guide, and 6 mounting screws for monitor mounting.
*NOTE: Shared PC, PS/2 keyboard, PS/2 mouse, speakers, Cat 5e/6 cables, and other peripherals are NOT included and must be purchased separately.
Each X350 kit adds three users to a shared PC. A maximum of two kits can be used with one PC to get a total of seven users(three for each kit plus one on the PC).
*NOTE: The number of users a PC will support depends on the host system capabilities as well as the applications used and performance expectations for those applications. It is recommended that new customers test their application(s) to establish an appropriate user-to-host ratio.
|Date First Available||February 17, 2010|