Help Me Choose: Wireless and Bluetooth Device Connectivity for Wyse Thin Clients

Wireless and Bluetooth connectivity for Wyse thin clients

Wireless connectivity requires no network cable reducing the number of cables for network access and may provide better flexibility in device placement. Wireless connectivity is an alternative to physical cable RJ45 and Fiber Ready (SFP) network connectivity options.

Wireless computer networks, based on the IEEE 802.11 standards, use localized radio signals to connect to the network. The use of wireless networking may help provide an alternative to physical network cables and provide the convenience of device location flexibility within the wireless network signal range.

Bluetooth® connectivity (also annotated as “BT”) is a wireless technology standard for exchanging data over short distances from a stationary or mobile host device. Some hosts may accommodate multiple Bluetooth connections simultaneously. Common Bluetooth devices are wireless headphones, speakers, keyboard and mouse. The actual connectivity range may vary significantly by device type, signal strength and location conditions. Most Bluetooth connections have a range of about 33 feet (10 meters).
Choose the available option that best suites your needs taking note of annotated option constraints.

Connectivity optionsWyse 5070
Wireless and Bluetooth optionIf you need support for wireless networking or peripheral devices that support wireless or Bluetooth connectivity.*

* Wireless network and Bluetooth availability are not separate options.