Computer manufacturer Dell has unveiled a new mini PC in the form of the Dell Wyse 5070 thin client which expands the company’s most “versatile and scalable thin client platform” offering True 4K multi-display technology. The Wyse 5070 thin client mini PC will be available to purchase in a few months time during June 2018 throughout the US and select countries around the world with prices starting from $450.
Dell has made the Wyse 5070 thin clients capable of being managed through the Wyse Management Suite, which offers the ability for companies to manage their systems centrally centrally enabling them to be configured, monitored, managed and optimised remotely. Dell explains more about the features and functionality of the Dell Wyse 5070 mini PC systems:
– Software and application versatility: Customers can install the 5070 in a Citrix, Microsoft or VMware virtual workspace environment with the choice of Dell’s own Wyse ThinOS or ThinLinux operating systems or Windows 10 IoT Enterprise. It also supports commonly-used, web-based productivity applications such as Office365 and Google Docs.
– Forward-looking features: The Wyse 5070 is packed with features for today and tomorrow’s office environments including support for true 4K graphics (4K resolution on multiple monitors at 60Hz) for multimedia and graphics-intensive applications. The range of connectivity options includes multiple integrated DisplayPorts, USB 3.1 Type C and wired and wireless connectivity. Physically compact, the 5070 features 21 ports and slots for remarkable expandability.
– High-end performance at a mid-range price: Dell is setting a new standard for price/performance. The 5070 represents a step function in performance while its price remains comparable to its predecessors. Further, it offers greater performance and more options at a better price than its primary competitors.
“Dell Technologies is expanding Dell EMC’s VDI Complete Solutions, powered by VMware Horizon, to include support for 14th generation PowerEdge server infrastructure and virtualized graphics options for high-performance workloads.” For more information and a full list of configuration options jump over to the official Dell website by following the link below.