Hewlett-Packard (HP) introduced its new product, the T410 All-in-One Smart Zero Client, the desktop computer without a power cord.
Supply of electricity obtained via an Ethernet cable. The main requirement is the computer is able to work there must be an additional tool, that is PoE (Power over Ethernet) switch.
PoE switch, which is shaped like a router, connect to the server and the source of energy or power supply is a major source of energy for this desktop. Energy needed to power a computer with an 18.5-inch screen is only 13 watts. ”So energy efficient and environmentally friendly,”
Because the use of additional devices, the desktop it is intended among small or medium businesses. Another advantage of the T410 is the user will not be bothered by lots of cables are milling. So the more efficient use of cable, ”
The plan, T410 All-in-One version will be marketed with a keyboard and mouse with a cord. For that, there are two USB ports on the right side of the computer. While the other two USB ports, located on the left, can be used for data transfer.
The processor used is a dual core ARM-made Texas Instruments, which is the system on chip and integrated with Digital Signage Processor. The screen looks very bright with a resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels, although the use of technology to minimize energy consumption. So as bright as the notebook is using AC electric energy supply, ”
HP T410 All-in-One Smart Zero Clients will be sold at a price of U.S. $ 429 or about $ 4 million.