Userful Network Video Wall: Supported Zero-Client Devices

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(Updated 2016.02.23)




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Introduction

Userful's Video Wall solution enables customers to group multiple displays to form a single large display, hence enabling a single host PC/server to support one or more larger video wall displays. The Userful Network Video Wall™ is designed to utilize both the CPU and the GPU to maximize performance.

This document outlines the list of supported zero-client devices for video wall configuration.

Supported Zero-Client Devices

Userful has tested and confirmed that the following zero-client devices are recommended for use with Userful Network Video Wall™.


Network Zero-Client Devices Recommended Device Firmware Graphics Chipset External Power Supply Required
Acer E400 039.100 SMSC UFX-6000 Yes
Atrust m320 039.100 SMSC UFX-6000 Yes
Atrust m320(v2) 116.103 SMSC UFX-6000 Yes
Centerm C75 039.100 SMSC UFX-6000 Yes
HP T200 035.226 SMSC UFX-6000 Yes
ViewSonic VMA-25 039.100 SMSC UFX-6000 Yes
ThinNetworks MiniPoint Ethernet 039.100 SMSC UFX-6000 Yes
ViewSonic SC-U25 039.100 SMSC UFX-6000 Yes
Centerm C75(v2) 039.100 SMSC UFX-6000 Yes
Atrust m321 116.103 SMSC UFX-6000 Yes



USB Zero-Client Devices Graphics Chipset External Power Supply Required
ThinNetworks MiniPoint
* Using USB connection only
SMSC UFX-6000 Yes



Please Note that ThinNetworks MiniPoint devices are shipped with a jumper switch. The jumper switch toggles the device between an "always on" mode (ideal for digital signage and public computing environments) and a "normal" mode where power is controlled by power button. Please consult your sales representative for more information.



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