WIndows 8 comes with ARM support in RT, and new HP terminals (t410 example) use ARM processors. Nice writeup on DailyTech
August 27 - HP today announced that its thin client technology is helping healthcare professionals reduce time-consuming logins when accessing patient files, saving them hours each day and giving them more patient face time.
Sean Gallagher on Ars Technica gives the to heck with thin clients (in certain situations). He definitely speaks from experience having cut his teeth on SCO and Xenix and those infamous Wyse terminals (still in use we should add...).
The HP Passport 1912NM Internet Monitor has an 18.5-inch display and a
few components to facilitate quick access to the Internet. Once the thin
client is fired up, users can access Web services like Google Docs or
watch videos through a browser.
We got the chance to ask Jeff Groudan of HP a few questions on the new t410. Last week HP announced the HP t410 All-in-One Smart Zero Client - a powerful new zero client that operates within 13 watts of power envelope over PoE(1) while still providing outstanding multimedia performance and a true PC-like experience. The HP t410 AiO was shown at Citrix Synergy 2012 in San Francisco.