Summary: Around $160 ( price hasn't been going down at all over a 3 year period) added with Windows Server licensing around $100+, it's really not a cheap alternative. Hopefully NComputing can bring the price below $80 where it actually becomes a feasible option.
Summary: As long as you have a GREAT network, you shouldn't experience any problems with this unit. Also, must have a great server. If you don't have any of the aforementioned, I wouldn't recommend this product, because it'll only hinder your experience thus giving you the bad perception of the product. Keep in mind it's a "0-client" meaning it has no moving parts. Its performance is only as good as the server and network you have.
Summary: SATISFIED CORPORATE CUSTOMER. The L300 clients work great with the Windows Server 2008 R2 platform and Windows Server 2012. Honestly, we have 2 servers now serving 2 different buildings and we're approaching 100 terminals between the 2 buildings. We also plans to expand to other buildings as well. These things work good and are durable so far. We've started rolling them out almost 3 years ago. No nodes have failed yet. (Knock on wood!
Summary: Buy 5 for the L300 utlizarlos in a computer center in my company, of the fitting was very complicated, there are delays in the transmission of data, if you want there internet slowness and incompatibility with browsers mozilla and google chrome, not to mention the video's delay in the sound and the video, 1 L300 resulted defective and did not want to change me, I strongly urge not to invest your money in these devices that deceive people and on top now after 1 week of...
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: Love these little machines. Easy to install and manage with the ncomputing software. Their registration process is a little "special" but nothing that takes away from the product and user experience itself.
Defective item was returned and I was charged a "restocking fee"????
John Schutze, Amazon
18 September 2013
Summary: I like the product, but when I used one of the units it failed to function because of a defective power source. I notified the company, rec'd a return authorization, and then was charged a 20% restocking fee. I expected that I would receive a full fee for the replacement of the item????? Something is wrong with this.