The Gio6 Linux IQL2-12z is a flexible 'zero configuration' client that is configured using a VXL Configuration Editor. Users can download and create configuration files that devices will automatically pick up and use from a standard HTTP or FTP server. The Xtona IQL2-12z advanced specification includes; 4K dual displays, 4 USB 3.0 ports, VESA bracket and powerful Intel Apollo Lake Celeron Dual Core, System-on-a Chip (SoC) processor up to 2.40GHz.
The ultra-compact and lightweight, IQL2-12z is a flexible 'zero configuration' client that is configured using a VXL Configuration Editor. Users can download and create configuration files that devices will automatically pick up and use from a standard HTTP or FTP server.
Equipped with advanced functionality and powerful performance, the Xtona IQL2-12z delivers truly excellent graphics and muti-media capabilities. The Xtona IQL2-12z incorporates the very latest advanced specifications including 4K dual displays, four USB 3.0 and an Intel Apollo Lake Celeron Dual Core System-on-chip (SoC) processor up to 2.4GHz.
An environmently friendly device, the Xtona IQL2-12z’s efficient external power supply combined with fan-less design ensures low power consumption and virtually silent operation. This product includes an impressive three year warranty, comprehensive worldwide support network and supports Fusion Universal Device Manager (UDM) Professional software as standard.
The Xtona IQL2-12z represents an unbeatable combination of affordability, quality, performance and service.
The Ideal Desktop Client
Seen and not heard – that’s Xtona. That’s because its fan-less design ensures virtually silent operation and its compact design combined with included VESA mout bracket makes it the ideal desktop solution.
The Gio 6 Linux operating system was developed specifically by VXL for its industry-leading range of thin-client systems. Gio 6 Linux features a user-friendly design together with flexibility, connectivity, security and multimedia capabilities.
Gio 6 Linux incorporates an efficient modular component upgrade capability for both the operating system and installed applications – and user-friendly, ‘zero touch’ INI file remote-configuration technology.
Gio 6 Linux allows easy connection to servers using popular protocols and tools, including the Citrix Receiver with StoreFront, VMware Horizon View, Microsoft RDP 8, 2X and NX – to name but a few.
Other features include:
quick boot times.
user snapshots – revert to user-defined configurations.
peer update – follow master and update all machines in the network.
USB device manager – manage USB devices by vendor, product ID, make and model.
repository manager – easily add, remove and update protocols and applications.
firewall – restrict by IP, ports and URLs.
crontab – execute pre-defined tasks at a particular time and/or interval.
digital certificate manager.
AD, LDAP and local user authentication.
single sign-on support.
appliance mode – use only assigned protocols and/or applications.
modular user access control – restrict usage of advanced functionality by user.
restore factory settings, without disturbing connection-related configurations.
services – CUPS, LPD, SAMBA, FCron, SNMPd, VNC, SMB, IPP, LPD and JetDirect printing with PrintQueue management – devices can also act as print servers using the JetDirect mechanism.
fail-over, multi-session and ending option for connections.
custom partitioning option to utilise unused storage.
custom scripts and environment variables.
support for locally attached USB scanners.
run limited Windows applications, using Wine.
JavaWebStart and JavaNetworkLaunchProtocol support.
tool for recording, saving and playback of audio and video.