Review: NorhTec Microclient Jr Thin PC
Jul 05, 2007, 02:00 (0 Talkback[s])
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"What we're looking at today is NorhTec's MicroClient Jr. It's a
tiny integrated processor SFF system flexible enough to load a
local operating system or boot over a network using the Linux
Terminal Server Project (LTSP). 200mhz of x86 processing power with
a fanless one-chip CPU/north/south bridge combination (the Vortex
x86 integrated processors) provides this machines core
functionality. Rounding out the it's capabilities are a range of
available I/O ports making for a useful pocket sized PC.
"Core processor functions are provided by a single SoC designed
by SiS and marketed by DM&P as the Vortex86 line..."