New Releases...Sun Ray 150

The Sun Ray 150 appliance integrates Sun Ray functionality with 24-bit graphics on a 15” flat panel display with a backlight system of 60 Hz. This compact design takes up little room on the desktop, but can also be mounted to the wall for greater space savings. The design has a bright and clear display, lower power consumption and simpler setup, when compared to the installation of a separate CPU and monitor. In addition, it is fully backward and forward compatible with the other members of the Sun Ray family.

The Sun Ray 150 has a 4 USB powered peripheral interface and the support of an RGB projector port (1024 x 768). Networking requires a dedicated connection between each Sun Ray appliance and the server running the Sun Ray server software. Input devices include a Type 6 USB keyboard, USB mouse and smart card reader. Available audio includes quality audio in/out, CD, microphone and headphone jacks. The unit comes equipped with an NTSC/PAL, RCA connector. The system power consumption is 60W AC maximum, 20W AC maximum in standby mode, with only keyboard and mouse USB peripherals attached. Sun Microsystems, Palo Alto, CA, (800) 821-4643, www.sun.com/edu.

This article originally appeared in the 06/01/2001 issue of THE Journal.

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