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Network Computers and comp.sys.net-computer.* newsgroups FAQ v1.10
Section - 5. What are thin clients?

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  Thin clients are simpler computers or programs which are designed to
 work with a server, so that the client requires less complexity, local
 storage, processing, or maintenance. Network Computers are an example
 of thin clients.

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