What differentiates certain zero clients from others?

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DaaS
hosted vdi
pcoip
teradici
VD
I have been looking into the different zero clients offered by companies like Dell, HP, Samsung, etc. From what I've seen so far, there are major price differences between some. However, with there being very little in them, how can differentiate some from others.
Also, do all zero clients use Teradici's TERA chipset, or are there other processors commonly used in the clients?
Lastly, I have noticed that the HP ones come with a HP Zero Client operating system. What is this exactly? And doesn't it go against the basic principle of the technology?


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daas, hosted vdi, teradici, pcoip, VD
ASKED: November 15, 2013  8:06 PM
UPDATED: November 15, 2013  8:22 PM

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