March 28, 2005

SmartFLeX Technology 17" Integrated Thin Clien

Michelle Wenner writes "SmartFLeX Technology Adds 533i Series of 17" Integrated LCD Thin Clients to Product Line

Nazareth, PA, March 28, 2005 SmartFLeX Technology announces the addition of the new 533i 17" Integrated LCD Thin Client to its state of the art product line. With value pricing that provides the lowest price point in the market, SmartFLeX Technology now offers its customers a true alternative to a modular thin client and monitor setup. The 533i Series delivers all the benefits of thin client computing in a stylish and powerful ultra-slim flat panel device. With an ergonomic and sleek design, the 533i allows for new opportunities in which to use thin clients while requiring a minimum amount of space. A modern LCD Display combined with SmartFLeX Technology's fully integrated SmartClient creates an ideal solution for high visibility locations like retail customer service areas, as well as environments with limited desk or counter space such as healthcare, transportation, hospitality and call center facilities.

SmartFLeX Technology 533i Series Includes:
Integrated Thin Client with 533 MHz CPU
17" screen with max. resolution of 1280x1024 px/16 Bit Color & 1024x768 px/32 Bit Color
SmartFLeX Technology's specialized services include highly flexible software that allows for easy customization. Customers have a wide variety of options to create the solution they need, from complete thin client appliances to stand alone Flash Modules or software licensing agreements. Please visit our WEB site at for detailed information. For additional information and pricing on all of our products, please call SmartFLeX Technology, Inc. at 610-746-2395 or send an e-mail to

About SmartFLeX Technology:

SmartFLeX Technology is a leading USA based, privately held and funded Linux IT product design and service company. SmartFLeX Technology is recognized as one of the fastest growing and most flexible customer oriented Linux Thin Client, Desktop and Server Solution company. Company highlights include the first network terminal in 1993, the first Linux based Thin Client in 1994, the first true Linux Desktop Distribution in 2000, the first SmartFLeX Client in 2001, the first SmartFLeX Server in 2002, and first again in 2005 with the NoMachine client."

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