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HP has expanded its thin client product line with the addition of the HP t5740e, with Citrix, Windows, and virtual desktop infrastructure connectivity, and remote access to rich media and 3-D applications.

The t5740e is HP's first thin client to use the Windows Embedded Standard 7 Service Pack, a Microsoft platform developed for Windows Server 2008 RS/Windows 7 that improves the visual capabilities of Windows 7 Remote Desktop clients.

The HP t5740e hardware features Intel's 1.6-GHz Atom N280 N280 processor and GL40 chipset. It also includes 2 GB of DDR3 memory (with a slot free for an additional 2 GB) and 4 GB of primary flash storage (with availability for a 16-GB secondary flash drive).

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