NEW HP t530 Thin Client AMD GX-215JJ 1.50GHz 4GB Ram 32GB Flash HP Thinpro OS For Sale

NEW HP t530 Thin Client AMD GX-215JJ 1.50GHz 4GB Ram 32GB Flash HP Thinpro OS


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NEW HP t530 Thin Client AMD GX-215JJ 1.50GHz 4GB Ram 32GB Flash HP Thinpro OS:
$200

New HP t530 Thin Client - AMD G-Series 1.50 GHz - 4 GB RAM - 32 GB Flash - AMD Radeon R2E Graphics - Keyboard & Mouse - Gigabit Ethernet - DisplayPort - Network (RJ-45) - 6 Total USB Port(s) - 2 USB 2.0 Port(s) - HP Thinpro -3KK98UP#ABA

Product Name HP t530 GX-215JC Dual Core 4GB 32GF HP Thinpro Manufacturer Part Number 3KK98UP#ABA Product Series t530 Product Type Thin Client Interfaces/Ports Total Number of USB Ports 6 Number of USB 2.0 Ports 2 Network (RJ-45) Yes DisplayPort Yes Display & Graphics Graphics Controller Manufacturer AMD Graphics Controller Model Radeon R2E Graphics Graphics Memory Accessibility Shared Memory Standard Memory 4 GB Memory Technology DDR4 SDRAM Flash Memory 32 GB Network & Communication Ethernet Technology Gigabit Ethernet Power Description Input Voltage 120 V AC

230 V AC

Maximum Power Supply Wattage 45 W Processor & Chipset Processor Manufacturer AMD Processor Type G-Series Processor Core Dual-core (2 Core) Processor Speed 1.50 GHz Physical Characteristics Height 7.9" Width 1.4" Depth 7.9"


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