Igel Etherminal J and Instant TC

One of the many uses of Linux is creating thin clients to save time and money.
Conclusion

The Etherminal and Instant TC are both well-built and well-designed products. They are excellent replacements for dumb serial terminals, X terminals and older PCs. I have no problem recommending them.

Update

David Weis (djweis@sjdjweis.com) is a programmer at Perfection Learning Corporation in Des Moines, Iowa. He enjoys spending time with his wife and friends and writing free software.

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