I haven't been able to track down exactly when the 6000 series was launched. I would have thought it would appear in the '10ZiG in the news' section of their website which does go back about 10 years, but no. The only mention is of an enhancement "10ZiG is pleased to announce enhanced Quad Monitor support on its WES and WIN7 Embedded 6000 Series Thin Clients." in April 2012.
I ended up looking at the meta data of the few pdf datasheets I found. Several were authored by Michelle in January 2011. From this it looks like early 2011 was the probable launch date. Out of interest I checked the wayback machine. The capture of the 10ZiG website on 1st December 2010 only shows the 6617 - the predecessor(?) of the 67xx. The next one in July 2011 shows the 67xx range.
As usual there are several models in the range that use the common hardware base but then the amounts of flash and RAM vary depending on the installed operating system. Also there is a PCI card slot that was used to provide a serial and parallel port or DVI and VGA ports in the Quad monitor version.
As I write this (September 2019) the 67xx is a rare beast. I don't recall seeing any appearing on eBay in the last few years. This is a pity as it has a feature that a lot of people look for when repurposing thin clients - a PCI slot.
1GB/2GB (max 4GB)
VIA Chromotion HD
1920x1080 32-bit colour
802.11 b/g/n (optional)
6 x USB2.0
2 x DVI
Dimensions H x W x D (mm) 230 x 57 x 210
Models: It looks like we have
Model OS RAM Storage 6702v Linux 1GB 1GB 6772v Linux 1GB 512MB 6716 XPe 2GB 2GB 6716v WES 2009 2GB 2GB 6717v WES7 2GB 4GB
The unit requires a 12V supply and uses a conventional ?mm/?mm coax connector.
Having booted Tinycore, /proc/cpuinfo shows:
vendor_id : ? cpu family : ? model : ? model name : ? stepping : ? flags : ?
Any comments? email me. Added September 2019