Office & Education
Full featured, cost-efficient, and compact systems. Dual core processing power drives desktop computing applications with ease while drawing minimal power.
Read some of our customer's stories below to see how our hardware is being employed in office and education applications.
Because our computers have a small footprint, are energy-efficient, and are compatible with standard operating systems and software packages, banking institutions prefer our systems over standard desktop options. We ensure that all units are identical and configured precisely in the same way by installing a custom image. This makes upgrades and maintenance easy for IT, and updates can be deployed across all systems while in use.
With different high-performance processing options, cases that can support multiple hard drives, networking and wireless capabilities, and mainboards featuring RAID, our SolidLogic systems are excellent for use as multi-purpose, home-office desktop computers. Because these systems are energy efficient and compact, small business owners and start-ups select them to save on workspace and electricity bills.
Having access to online communities, news sites, educational resources etc., students can accelerate their global knowledge and gain perspective on current events in ways that were unavailable before. With low-cost, entry-level computer options, classrooms of all types can tap into this sea of information, creating new opportunities for their students. This is why a southern University chooses our mini PCs to outfit their digital classrooms: affordability, size, and reliability.
Public computer labs provide a valuable service to both students and professionals who may not have access to these kinds of systems at home. Because they are used frequently by many people, the computers in these locations must be durable, tamper-proof, and easy to use. A local public library installs our Thin Client systems into their computer labs, where they run a slimmed down Windows OS, offer Internet access, and allow basic desktop computing activities.