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Re: [K12OSN] build your own thin client



Here's a link to a computer recycling place that sells
used machines (mostly Pentium 3's) in bulk. 
http://www.accountwizard.com/clients/shop.asp?Web=backthruthefuture&AW_SessionID=AWEngine2006000000489825649496499d49D649kId9e49D649SSite9e69N969e&page=class&header=778&class=BC

I only know of them because they are located near my
home.  I've never done business with them so I can't
necessarily recommend them, but they're probably worth
checking out.

-Rob

--- Todd O'Bryan <toddobryan mac com> wrote:

> My school may be in the market for thin clients
> soon. It would sure be
> nice to get pretty, new ones, but we'd like to stay
> under $200.
> 
> I've looked around and it looks like you could put
> together a
> motherboard, CPU, memory, case, and video card for
> about that amount,
> but I must admit I'm in a little over my head, since
> I've never built a
> PC from parts before.
> 
> Anyone have advice about how to put together an
> attractive, small client
> for the least amount of money possible?
> 
> Thanks,
> Todd
> 
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