Summary: At first in 2010 worked well enough bought a second unit. Then Windows compatibility got worse when Windows upgraded automatically. Spent so much time (also w tech support) trying to get it to work. Worked for a couple of weeks, failed with next upgrade. Then tried to use with Linux, but wasn't working with a current Ubuntu LTS (which they suggest).
Summary: I use the L300 everyday at work and it has shown itself to be very reliable. We have 30+ users running off an Intel Core i7 and 18 GB of ram. Make sure to use MS Server 2008R2! This is a great product.
Summary: Using this product with Win XP SP3 and it functions as expected. Definitely would recommend this product to anyone that wants to have shared access to information on a single computer. Performs better than expected. I thought I may need to upgrade the PC to accomodate two users but have found the Pentium D 2.667Mhz processor adequately responsive.
Summary: This devise works good as a basic workstation but do not think you are going to be able to control screen resolution or have more than one USB device because you will need one of them to operate your wireless keyboard and mouse. I called tech support and the lady was polite and helpful somewhat.
Summary: The devices are a good terminal unit I am currently using 3. I had to upgrade to windows server 2008 for the unit to work with most futures. you can not use RDT and N-computing on the same server.
Summary: I am currently using 5 of these terminals in my manufacturing area for research use. They work exactly the way they are expected to. I would like NComputing to come out with a unit supporting dual monitors, however, aside from their software not supporting Windows 7 the way I'd prefer, it works great on Windows XP x86 SP3.
Summary: The good: The devices are a really great terminal in concept. We have 15 of them. It centralizes computer management, minimizes power use & when deployed effectively can be used as a redundant system as users can log in to one of many available servers. The bad: Software support. Wow. What can I say. The last good version of the Ncomputing software I can remember was before they renamed it VSpace.
Summary: First of all choup is right. add his review to mine and now add that several apps (not graphic intense apps) will not run multiple instances on the same machine. also a since glitch in power and everything goes down. how about a mandatory antivirus reboot, you lose everything. In a small lab yes i would be great, real world, no.
Summary: The NComputing L300 is a great idea, but does not deliver as advertised. First, the vendor advertises that the product supports Linux, which this specific product does not at this time, and probably won't until later this year or longer. I would also caution buyers that the vendor does not appear to really commit to Linux support as they claim on their other products as well as they do not support currently supported versions of Linux, but versions that the vendor...