NComputing has delivered more than 3 million low-cost thin clients worldwide. Our latest, the RX300, is built for productivity using the Raspberry Pi 3 platform.
The RX300 is a cloud-ready thin client designed and optimized specifically for NComputing’s award-winning vSpace Pro desktop virtualizations, NComputing VERDE VDI and Microsoft Remote Desktop Services. RX300 features full-screen, full-motion HD multimedia playback with NComputing vCAST Streaming and support for Microsoft RemoteFX, WiFi connectivity and built-in transparent USB redirection with broad peripheral support.
The RX300 delivers a rich PC-like experience and provides a simple-to-deploy, centrally managed, high-performance virtual desktop, perfect for use in SMB and education.
LOWEST INITIAL COST OF ANY NCOMPUTING THIN CLIENT
PROVISIONED ACCESS TO BOTH VSPACE AND RASPBIAN LINUX OS
TRANSPARENT USB REDIRECTION
DUAL MONITOR CAPABILITY
LESS THAN 5W POWER CONSUMPTION
NComputing vCAST Streaming technology reduces the overall server-side CPU usage for web videos like YouTube or local media content without the need for expensive GPUs. This allows for higher quality media streaming utilizing the network bandwidth without server CPU bottlenecks, thereby supporting more concurrent users. vCAST Streaming is now FREE as part of the vSpace Pro release. Separate SuperRDP Server Pack license is required to enable NComputing vCAST for Microsoft RDS.
Enabling the Microsoft RemoteFX feature for RemoteApp or Remote Desktop connection greatly enhances the user’s visual experience. Host systems equipped with supported graphic cards will especially benefit.
The RX300 is easy to configure and automatically receives updates from deployed vSpace Pro servers. Administrators may define a device template with all settings and configurations, then clone and push it to new devices. All can be centrally managed and provisioned by the IT admin with vSpace Pro, allowing control of hundreds of RX300 devices with just a few clicks. Users are always up-to-date with the latest technology.
We also offer PMC, a simple yet powerful device management solutions specifically designed for RX-series thin clients, as part of the AMP subscription.
All RX-series thin clients now support webcams compatible with popular video conferencing applications like Microsoft Teams, Zoom, WebEx, GoToMeeting and Skype. Stay productive and engage with your team when working-from-home or while distance learning.
With integrated transparent USB redirection, RX300 utilizes device drivers from the server side to provide extensive peripheral support including mass storage, printers, scanners, smart card readers, headsets or speakers, webcams, signature pads and COM ports in addition to the standard keyboard and mouse.
Enhanced single-touch and multi-touch screen support with built-in calibration tool are supported in both vSpace Pro Enterprise Edition and native RDP connections.
We’ve added the ability to communicate directly with Arduino and BBC MicroBit programmable computers.
Now each user has their own environment for programming and writing to these platforms through the USB port on the thin client. Usually, this process would require dedicated PCs or Chromebooks with monthly per-user subscriptions.
Arduino is an open-source electronics platform based on easy-to-use hardware and software. Arduino boards are able to read inputs – light on a sensor, a finger on a button, or a Twitter message – and turn it into an output – activating a motor, turning on an LED, or publishing something online. You can tell your board what to do by sending a set of instructions to the microcontroller on the board.
With secondary display capability via NComputing’s USB dongle (VGA or DVI) or Pi Zero SDA (HDMI) there is added screen real-estate for increased productivity.
RX300 comes with built-in 10/100 Ethernet and Wi-Fi (802.11 b/g/n). Organizations are no longer bound to the wiring infrastructure and can deploy RX300 in any location with Wi-Fi access to deliver the desktop experience.
RX300 comes equipped with both a ‘Thin Client Mode’ and ‘Raspbian Linux Mode.’ Use the RX300 as a locked down thin client with connections to vSpace Pro 11 and Verde VDI, or as a Raspberry Pi 3 device allowing direct access to Raspbian Linux OS and its popular games (Minecraft), how-to-code applications (Scratch, Python and Java) and productivity tools.