[rescue] Thin Client for garage

Barry Callahan barryc at rjlsystems.com
Wed Mar 30 08:15:47 CDT 2011

Hah! I'd been trying to remember who the OEM was for the clients I've 
got, and you helped me with that.

The systems I've got were sold by BanaLogic as part of a system for 
doing car emissions inspections. All I got were the clients and the 
power supplies. Didn't get the OBD-II interfaces or printers or anything 

Unless I miss my guess (I'm severaal miles away from the boxes) they're 
Neoware CA22s with different front plastics and black instead of white. 
( ref: http://cgi.ebay.com/120704639805 ) And interestingly enough, a 
little time spent on google using the part number silkscreened on the 
motherboard looking for a BIOS update revealed that HP had rebranded 
that same system, too.

On 03/29/2011 05:59 PM, James C wrote:
> On 03/29/2011 02:54 PM, James C wrote:
>> I setup an LTSP network for a local business, and found a set of very 
>> nice thin clients on eBay - 4 for $100. They had 1GHz VIA CPUs and 
>> IDE I think, but no drive. I don't remember the model offhand, and 
>> searching eBay right now only shows various HP and Wyse models, and 
>> nothing for that cheap.
> These are similar, and for the same price too: 
> http://cgi.ebay.com/Lot-4-Neoware-CA9-E90-Thin-Client-VIA-Eden-32-256MB-PC-/250793978343

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