The HP T5125 I have was manufactured in December 2005.
HP describe this as the T5300 replacement and as...
A locked-down connectivity appliance; not designed to support additional applications.
- Provides Citrix ICA, RDP, and X-term connectivity.
- Supported by the Altiris Deployment Solution.
- No Media Player or browser, an RDP/ICA/X-term appliance.
- Support for essential options
VIA Eden ESP 4000 (“Samuel” core)
32Mb (? max)
VIA CLE266 Northbridge with
integrated UniChrome UMA graphics
1280 x 1024 24-bit colour
4 x USB2.0
Security Kensington Lock Slot
The embedded operating system is Linux.
For those to whom it matters here is some detail from Linux's /proc/cpuinfo
vendor_id : CentaurHauls cpu family : 6 model : 7 model name : VIA Samuel 2 stepping : 3
The unit requires a 12V supply. If yours came without one a unit can be easily sourced. I have bought suitable 12V 3A units on ebay that were advertised as being replacements for LCD displays. I'm not too sure of the exact dimensions required for the plug, but a 5.5mm external 2.1mm internal plug seems to fit. (Maplin stock one - part # AQ88V type E).
The Flash memory is provided by a DOM (Disk On Module) fitted to a standard 44-pin IDE connector. You can see this in the top right of the picture.
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From an HP briefing document:
"Going forward, new t51xx and t55xx thin clients will not have configurable RAM. For manufacturing economies of scale, RAM will be installed "down." The t51xx and t55xx units will not include a SODIMM slot."
Any comments? email me. Last update August 2010