Back in 2007 Wyse launched a family of laptop style thin clients based on the VIA C7-M ULV 1.2 GHz processor. There were two physical variants: The Xn0 and the Xn0L. The Xn0 was the physically smaller unit being fitted with a 12.1" widescreen LCD. The 'L' variant was fitted with larger 15.4" screen.
The Wyse publicity blurb from the time reads:
The Wyse X class mobile thin computers feature high-performance energy conserving Via C7-M ULV processors, giving your mobile users all the processing power and flexibility they need including rich multimedia playback. Choose between the Wyse X90/X90e with a crisp 12.1" display and the Wyse X50L/90L & X90Le with the larger 15.4" widescreen display. All deliver excellent performance for graphics applications and multimedia presentations.
Just to confuse matters, in 2012 Wyse released a completely different range of laptop thin clients that it also referred to as the 'X Class' and carried similar model names to the previous range. The more modern X class laptops are covered elsewhere.
I have seen references to the X90/X90e and the X50L/X90L/X90LW/X90Le/X90LeW. As always the basic hardware remains unchanged, but the actual numbering indicates what operating system the thin client has installed and also various extras such as a wireless card.
Any comments? email me. Added December 2018