These environments include single campus schools and colleges, manufacturing production lines as well as small to medium businesses where sophisticated management software is not required.
Customers can choose from one of five different protocols for the IGEL one; Citrix XenApp, Microsoft Terminal Services, Ericom PowerTerm Webconnect, Cendio ThinLinc and NoMachine NX.
Alastair Welsh, South Asia general manager IGEL Technology said the IGEL one is a simple and cost effective desktop solution providing all the thin client benefits of improved security, lower power usage and better reliability.
"As businesses look to cut their computing costs in these difficult economic times, it is the perfect device for businesses that do not require a fully managed desktop," he said.
The device is suited to businesses looking to deploy terminals for centralised application delivery such as office based applications.
It also has a VNC client onboard, enabling businesses to provide centralised remote IT support from a helpdesk.
The IGEL one, is $308 RRP ex GST