October 4, 2023

Yesterday at Dell Technology World 2018 in Las Vegas, with more than 10.000 customers and partners, Dell unveiled a beast.
This beast is named Wyse 5070 and is the newest addition to the vendor’s Thin Client portfolio.
Why is this puppy a beast? Look at the specs.


Standard housing                                                               Extended housing


It comes with either an Intel Celeron J4105 quad-core 1.5 GHz (burst 2.5 GHz) processor or an Intel Pentium Silver J5005 quad-core 1.5GHz (burst 2.8GHz) processor equipped. This makes a Passmark of 2500 (Celeron) or 3160 (Pentium).
However, this is not all, of course.
Here are some more specs:
The Pentium version will be available in two different housings. The standard and the extended variants.

3 Display Ports 1.2a
Max Resolution 2x4k & 1x2k

3 Display Ports 1.2a
Max Resolution 2x4k & 1x2k
2nd Serial, Parallel port and PCIe
AMD GPU Option
Total of 6 Display Ports
Max Resolution 4x4k & 2x2k

2 Display Ports 1.2a

3 x USB 2.0
6 x USB 3.0
1 x USB 3.1 (Type-C)
1 x VGA (optional)
1 x Serial
1 x 1Gb/S RJ45 (second RJ45 optional)
1 x SFP (optional)
1 x Dual-antenna WLAN inclusive Bluetooth
1 x Smartcard reader (optional)
16GB-32GB eMMC flash
32GB-256GB SSD (optional)


General availability will be beginning of June.