HP announced HP t730 Thin Client, the most thin client with native quad UHD/4K(1, 2) display support.
HP said the new offering is suitable for sectors that require display of heavy contents.
“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,” said Jeff Wood, vice president of product management, Workstations and Thin Clients, HP Inc.
Supporting more displays than the average desktop PC, the HP t730 natively drives four displays at the new UHD/4K resolution standard, and six displays with an optional AMD FirePro discrete graphics card.
Multimedia is presented in eye-popping detail that translates to a staggering 8,294,400 total pixels.
The AMD R-Series quad-core APU with Turbo Core technology accelerates CPU performance up to 3.6 GHz to run the most demanding workstation-class apps, and render high-frame rate video to connected displays.
The HP t730 supports business needs now and into the future with serial, parallel, PS/2, and USB ports, plus a PCI Express x8 low profile expansion slot.
It can be deployed with a choice of the latest Linux-based HP ThinPro OS, HP Smart Zero Core experience, Windows Embedded Standard 7, or Windows 10 IoT Enterprise.
The HP t730 is planned for worldwide availability in December 2015 at an estimated U.S. starting price of $599.