RedRadio have just revealed their “100% peaceful TOUCH COMPUTER”. The RelayTouch-UTMA is an in-wall 12.1″ LCD touch screen as well as hardware client that utilises one remote PC to drive several screens…

“RelayTouch-UTMA is the world’s very first wall-mount touch screen ultra-thin client that does not need a CPU, hard-drive, or CD-ROM, yet executes with all the power of a desktop PC. utilizing NComputing’s special UTMA (Ultra thin Multi-Access) technology, RelayTouch enables you to leverage an existing house automation server to power as much as 10 touch-screens around the house, or as much as 30 with Windows Server 2003 or 2000 Server.

How does it work?
Each RelayTouch-UTMA is programmed to gain access to the hold PC’s excess computing power. By using Windows XP/2000/2003’s multi-user function with UTMA innovation from NComputing, each RelayTouch-UTMA touch-screen can operate like a separate PC without decreasing the general performance of either the hold PC or each RelayTouch-UTMA. Therefore, each RelayTouch-UTMA system can run any type of application from the hold PC independently.

Each RelayTouch-UTMA links to a typical server running Windows XP/2000/2003 with the home’s Ethernet network (Network switches are required). UTMA software application running on the hold establishes a Windows desktop session for every touch screen. The touch screen has full gain access to to the applications on the host.

Each RelayTouch-UTMA only needs power from a low-voltage UL noted power supply as well as an Ethernet (CAT5) connection to the network. Optionally, little in-wall speakers can be mounted above or around RelayTouch-UTMA for regional stereo audio from the UTMA session. Benefits

100% peaceful operation

Powerful as well as affordable

No maintenance required, ever

Requires only CAT5 as well as power

Runs any type of Windows application

Secure as well as quick “

The RelayTouch 12.1″ touch screen with UTMA will be offered in March, 2006 for around $1100.

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