The Pano Device has a VGA-type video output, three USB 2.0 ports and a fast ethernet port to the rear
Pano Logic's zero client model
Relacing the familiar desktop PC, a simple, stylish black or silver box sporting only one button
The Pano Device has no processor, no operating system, no memory, no drivers, no software and no moving parts
All the software available to the user is generated from a virtual desktop on the server(s) at the data center
The rear of the Pano Device
The user only has one button to operate - what could go wrong?
The Pano Device is available in black or silver
Instead of looking to upgrade a network of computers with the familiar PC-server setup, Pano Logic offers a solution where users still benefit from a Windows-like experience but the desktop PC is gone. The PC is replaced by the Pano Device, a small silver or black box which connects to a virtual computer hosted at a data center. It's said to require little or no maintenance thanks to there being "no processor, no operating system, no memory, no drivers, no software and no moving parts."
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