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Thin Clients DEFINITION: A blade PC, also called a PC blade, is a computer that is entirely contained in a thin, modular circuit card placed in a centralized, secure location such as a server rack. A cable connects the card to the user's display, keyboard and mouse. Vendors of blade PCs include ClearCube and HP .A blade PC, in contrast to a thin client , is a complete computer that includes all the components normally found
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