"The Maxspeed +One Station is an easy way to get a single
Linux machine to serve as multiple machines. With this product, a
keyboard, mouse, and monitor, you can instantly turn one machine
into two or more. This is similar to the idea of using X
terminals with Linux; however, an X terminal will run you at least
$600 (without a monitor) for a decent model. The +One Station has a
suggested retail of $199 and does not require X to run
"Maxspeed is a hardware vendor specializing in networking
devices; its offerings include Universal Terminal and Maxspeed WBT.
To date, all of its products have been terminal based, using either
a proprietary interface card or a standard network card. The +One
Station is a new venture for Maxspeed, as the product is aimed at
the consumer or small business market and is very inexpensive."
"The +One Station hardware itself is very small, measuring about
one and a half by three inches, and is labeled for ease of
peripheral connectivity. The box contains the +One Station, the
proprietary interface card, a 25-inch Cat 5 cable, a quick start
guide, a CD with Linux drivers, and a manual. The box itself is
complete and is what you would expect from a standard retail
product. The interface card has a Cirrus Logic 3D chip set on it
and really just looks like a video card. It is PCI-based, so
finding a slot in most newer computers should not be
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