I have an L100, L110, L120, U170 or X300 thin client - can I still use it?

I have an L100, L110, L120, U170 or X300 thin client - can I still use it?

These NComputing devices were introduced prior to 2010 and are end-of-life.

There is no support, software or registration available for these devices.

We recommend not purchasing these second-hand these will not work.

Article #KB554
Last Edited: June 29, 2020

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