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CyberKnights can set up game consoles as full-featured thin client workstations. Equip a 12-seat office with pleasant-to-use workstations for about AUD$13,500+GST all up including broadband internet connection, file server, 16-port switch, intranet facilities and office software. (or add about $300 per seat for locally manufactured no-moving-parts fat clients.
Cost varies from application to application. We can field these for about AUD$900 each with a keyboard, mouse and 17” flat screen; about AUD$700 each with a cheap TV display. There is generally a flagfall for each batch of about AUD$1000, ranging higher for unusual customisations.
Contact us to arrange your system or discuss your unique requirements.
When you think about it, and put a business hat on, the idea that Linux could start as this little hobby project that would in the course of less than a decade become this extremely popular piece of software that people would bet on for mission critical applications. . . how did that happen? Nobody is in charge of it. Nobody owns it. It’s not controlled by a corporation. It fundamentally depends on cooperation and collaboration. . . . It’s an amazing model of how to get stuff done. — Mitch Kapor, founder of Lotus
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