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Neoware Labelling

This page is a summary of information gleaned from the web on old Neoware thin clients. By old I mean thin clients that were produced by Neoware prior to their take-over by HP. I gather the naming/labelling convention changed on 1st December 2007. Neoware thin clients produced prior to December 1, 2007 are identified by Part Numbers or Bcom numbers. ("Bcom" is an abbreviation for the company that manufacturers the clients for Neoware).

  • The Bcom model numbers are in aa### format.
  • The Part Number is in aa-aa-aa-aaa format. The final triplet "aaa" is not included unless there are specific hardware options or differences.

The Part Number method is more involved but it provides greater detail about the specific model. This breaks down as:

XXXXXX
ModelOperating SystemFlash/RAM
See table below X1 is Windows CE
X2 is Neolinux
X3 is Windows XPe
A 32MB
B16MB64MB
C32MB128MB
D 256MB
E64MB512MB
F 1GB
G128MB 
H192MB 
J256MB 
K512MB 
L1GB 
P1GB 

So a model I have which carries a sticker on the back with BY-B2-EC can be decoded as:

BY Model E91/CA16
B2 Running Neolinux
EC E - 64MB flash, C - 128MB RAM

 


Any comments? email me.    Last update April 2010