Tritton has unveiled a new product that is designed specifically to work with the newly launched Windows MultiPoint Server 2010 software. The device is a MultiPoint Workstation that allows many people to work from one computer. The device connects to a USB port on the server and peripherals attach directly to the MWS300.
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The device is designed for attaching a monitor, keyboard, and mouse to the workstation. The device has four high-speed USB 2.0 ports built in, VGA output, and audio ports. The VGA out supports monitor resolutions up to 1600 x 1200.
Up to ten MWS300 devices can be added peer server. This could be a great device for schools and offices needing multiple users to access basic computing needs without a big expense. Tritton says that the device will ship this year at an undisclosed price.