HP has announced the launch of its new mt42, the world’s thinnest, lightest quad-core mobile thin client. At just 3.41 pounds light, .
It measures 74 inches in thickness and is up to 3.0 GHz fast with AMD quad-core processing technology.
The HP mt42 offers 10 percent higher clock speed and an additional two cores of processing power than the previous generation.
The device is aimed at business customers in the financial, healthcare, training, services and government sectors looking for a reliable and secure mobile-cloud access point.
The HP mt42’s new ultra-sleek ID features a 14-inch diagonal full HD display; the highest HP Mobile Thin Client display resolution of 1920 x 1080, and a USB-C port and150 degree extra-wide hinge range for extensive viewing options.
It also has the new 2015 HP-advanced spill-resistant keyboard and touchpad with 4 external click-buttons.
It uses Next-generation AMD Carrizo Quad-Core processing technology, and AMD Radeon R6 Graphics. It comes pre loaded with softwares, like HP Device Manager, HP Velocity, and HP Easy Shell.
The HP mt42 will be available with Windows Embedded 7E (32-bit) and Windows 10 IoT Enterprise for Thin Clients.
In addition to the HP mt42, HP plans for Windows 10 IoT availability on the HP t620, HP t620 PLUS and HP t520 Thin Clients.
HP plans to unveil the HP mt42 at VMworld’s 2015 “Ready for Any” conference in San Francisco, CA.