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Atrust Launches Dual Screen Raspberry Pi, t32C

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The new Atrust t32C is based on the Raspberry Pi 3B+ and is said to be the first to offer a dual screen. The thin client leverages the Broadcom Quad Core ARM platform helping users to take full advantage of the graphics acceleration in connections with H.264 protocol. The t32C also completely integrates the Citrix Receiver to deliver a Full HD experience with client-side video rendering as well as full compatibility with Citrix systems Virtual App and Desktop. The new think client also comes bundled with Atrust Client Setup (ACS) and central management tool Atrust Device Manager (ADM) software management to make for an easy deployment and management.

 

 

 

Atrust Launches Dual Screen Raspberry Pi, t32C

 

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What role does the Pi Zero play? (other than the second hdmi port)

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I am not quite sure what the question is as the t32C is based on the Raspberry Pi 3B+ not the Pi Zero. 

Compared to the Pi Zero the Pi 3B+ has four cores, 4 USB, 1GB RAM, 4 USB ports, and built in wireless. 

Please keep an eye on StorgeReview.com as we are working on getting a Atrust t32C in the lab for a full review.

 

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