HP Brings Forth t730 for Enhanced Performance of Virtualized Applications

By CIOReview | Tuesday, November 17, 2015

PALO ALTO, CA: With an aim to provide content driven performance to businesses, HP has come up with t730- a thin client with UHD/4K display support and quad core AMD processing power. The new product supports breakthrough graphics performance and is ideal for high performance sectors like digital media, oil/ gas and engineering.

HP t730 gives PCs the ability to attach four monitors through its UHD/4K resolution standard and six displays with an optional AMD FirePro discrete graphics card that provides an additional 2x display port 1.2 digital video outputs. In addition, the t730 offers active thermal management technology that monitors operating temperatures and prevents unit shutdown. It also supports Ethernet network connection through an integrated Realtek Gigabit Ethernet NIC module.

HP t730 can be deployed with mission critical HP Thin Client management and user experience software like HP Device Manager and HP True Graphics for easy installation and management. It supports advanced expansion and connectivity with serial, parallel, PS/2, USB ports and a PCI Express low profile expansion slot. Furthermore, the t730 offers a variety of OS support like Linux based HP ThinPro OS, HP SmartZero Core experience and Windows Embedded Standard 7.

“As more businesses move their most demanding users and apps to virtual computing, we’ve responded by combining cloud-client technology and workstation innovation in one revolutionary platform. The HP t730 Thin Client gives our customers a secure, reliable endpoint for virtual workstation use cases,” says Jeff Wood, VP, Product Management, HP.